Java 2022: Containerized, Serverless, CloudNative
A lot has happened to the Java ecosystem in the last decade. Despite numerous predictions of Java's death, it's alive and moving forward at light speed.
This talk given by Andrey Adamovich will share his experience of using Java in cloud-native environments and give an overview and interesting technical details of features (cache, JIT/AOT, jlink, custom runtimes) and tools/libraries (GraalVM, Micronaut, Quarkus) that make Java ready for the present and for the future.
Andrey will also focus on Java being optimized for serverless deployments, and give resource consumption and performance tuning tips. Also, he will make a comparison with other programming languages.
In this talk, you'll learn:
- Where does Java currently stand and what has happened in the last decade
- Definitions of serverless and cloud-native and how Java's ecosystem fits into them
- How the JVM fits into containerized, cloud-native, and serverless deployments with lots of technical details and real-life experience sharing