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S2G Forum 2011 Keynote by Rod Johnson

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Spring MVC 3.1 Update - Rossen Stoyanchev:
This session will delve into more detail on Spring MVC 3.1 related updates. The major topics include a new infrastructure for processing annotated controller methods, namespace configuration improvements, conversation management, and Servlet 3.0 support.
 
Spring Integration Update - Josh Long
This session provides a guided tour of the new features of Spring Integration 2.0 including the new Spring Integration ROO add-on. Along the way, you will learn about Spring Integration's support for Spring Framework 3.0 features such as the Spring Expression Language, ConversionService, and RestTemplate. You will also learn about several new adapters including AMQP, XMPP, TCP/UDP, JDBC, JMX, and more.
 
Tuning Java for Virtual Environments - Ben Corrie
This practical session looks in detail at how to get the best performance out of the JVM when running virtual, with particular focus on memory management. While the session will spend some time looking at the existing best practice and the technical reasons behind that, it will also present the most up-to-date data and recommendations along with a forward-looking perspective of the work SpringSource is doing to enhance Java on virtual.
 
Cloud Foundry for Spring Developers - Josh Long
Cloud Foundry, the new open source Platform-as-a-Service from VMware, provides a fantastic deployment platform to run Spring applications in an auto-scaling, auto-managed cloud environment. This presentation describes how to leverage cloud services, like MongoDB, Redis, and RabbitMQ, and illuminates the architectural details behind Java execution on Cloud Foundry.
 
Apache Tomcat 7 Update - Mark Thomas
Apache Tomcat is the mostly widely deployed application server in today's enterprise market. Developers, QA teams and IT managers all use Tomcat in a wide variety of deployments with incredible success. This session looks inside the popular Apache project to analyze the new features avaiable in Apache Tomcat 7, including asynchronous request processing, memory leak detection/prevention and security enhancements.
 
Spring AMQP and Rabbit Messaging - Dave Syer
The Spring AMQP project's goal is to simplify development of messaging applications based on the AMQP protocol. Spring AMQP provides portable Java and .NET API across RabbitMQ and Apache Qpid implementations as well as convenient abstractions that promote a POJO based programming model. If you are familiar with Spring's JMS support, you will feel right at home. In this session you will take a tour of Spring AMQP features such as publishing, message converters, and creating multithreaded consumers. Support for the management of the RabbitMQ server will also be covered as well as its configuration using Spring.
 
Caching and Scalable Data Access with Gemfire - Costin Leau
A pragmatic look on how to achieve easy gains in a Spring applications through caching. This session will analyze the usual bottlenecks found in common application stacks and ways to address them. Various caching patterns will be discussed, with focus not just on performance but also scalability, including how to get the best out of vFabric Gemfire.
 
Grails in the Cloud - Peter Ledbrook
This presentation will survey the various cloud runtime platforms that provide Grails support and discuss the design constraints inherent in each platform. The session will provide concreate recommendations for designing your Grails applications to get the most out of these new deployment targets.
 
Tuning Grails Applications - Peter Ledbrook
Grails makes it incredibly easy to get a web application up and running, but it makes no guarantees about how well that application will perform and scale. If you issue hundreds of database queries per request, your application won't be a Speedy Gonzalez. Find out how to track down and fix bottlenecks in various parts of your application, particularly database access and view rendering.
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