TRIVADIS AT TRADE FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS

TRIVADIS AT TRADE FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS

JAX 2020 - Hybrid

The JAX 2020 will take place live and online from September 8-10, 2020 in Mainz.

For more than 15 years, JAX has been conveying valuable practical know-how about the most popular programming language in the world. Topics such as Enterprise Java, Spring, Microservices, DevOps, Cloud and more are on the program. Experience how technological innovations can be integrated into overall contexts to build sustainable and future-proof IT systems.
What is behind current trend topics such as JavaScript, Machine Learning, Blockchain & Serverless? At JAX you will learn about the background and learn how to use innovations in your projects.

Our OIO experts from Trivadis will also be there as exhibitors and with sessions in 2020! More ...

You are very welcome to visit our sessions at JAX 2020

08. September 2020

Kafka Livedemo: Implementation of a streaming solution in 60 minutes #slideless (DE, Guido Schmutz, Trivadis)

10:00 to 11:00:

Based on an end-to-end example, the use of Kafka and tools around Kafka will be demonstrated and the participants will be shown how easy streaming solutions can be implemented without having to write a lot of code. Data is generated by fictitious IoT sensors that are integrated into Kafka via MQTT. Kafka Connect and StreamSets Data Collector will be shown in action. Afterwards, the data is analyzed within Kafka using KSQL and Kafka Streams and results are visualized in real time. The IoT data is enhanced with static data from master data systems. Possible message data formats such as JSON and AVRO are also discussed. The whole thing is a live demo without slides. The only exception is a slide showing the architecture of the solution, which is supplemented step by step with the appropriate tools, so that the participant never loses the overview.

09. September 2020

Principles of software architecture - modern and yet timeless (DE, Thorsten Maier, Trivadis)

11:45 to 12:45:

Topics like Cloud, DevOps, Kubernetes, Serverless & Co. are becoming part of everyday life for many. However, the abundance of terms and new technologies regularly makes architects and developers sweat when it comes to making a well-founded choice. Why do we have to deal with these topics at all?

The future vision of many companies is the flexible processing of a flood of data and then the profitable use of the information extracted from it in all parts of the company. The amount of data is constantly growing, so scalability has become an important requirement. A cloud-native application can automatically adapt to constantly changing load requirements. However, this requires highly integrated collaboration between business, development and operations in order to be able to react as quickly as possible to a changing market environment.

Let yourself be surprised how easy it is to make decisions based solely on proven principles of software architecture. We should say goodbye to some of them without hesitation. Reuse and technology independence have caused more problems than they have brought benefits in the past. For organisational reasons, freedom from redundancy has also been given lower priority. The session shows which principles and even laws we can fall back on despite the increasing complexity of today's software systems.

10. September 2020

WebAssembly - a useful comeback for Java in the browser? (DE, Christian Dedek, Thomas Huber, Trivadis)

10.00 to 11.00:

WebAssembly is a new portable binary runtime and size-optimized low-level code format which, although the W3C standard is still a minimal viable product, is already natively supported by all common browsers. In contrast to JavaScript it is already much faster. An interesting aspect of the binary format is that high-level languages like Java or C/C# can be compiled to WebAssembly to be executed directly in the browser. This means that for developing web applications not only JavaScript has to be used, but can be developed in Java or C/C# instead. Thus, proven development environments and libraries can be added for web development. WebAssembly could thus mean a certain "revolution" for the Web in the next few years. In this session we will show the basics of WebAssembly and you will learn how to develop web applications with Java and JWebAssembly or TeaVM based on the WebAssembly format already today.

CONTACT PERSON

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SILKE LEISNER
Trivadis Holding AG
Project Leader Eventmarketing D-A-CH

Phone: +41 58 459 57 22
E-Mail: silke.leisner@trivadis.com

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