SpringOne2GX 2014 Replay: Experiences using Grails in a Microservice Architecture

Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2014.

Speaker: Jeff Beck

Essential Grails Track

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/experiences-using-grails-in-a-microservice-architecture-spring-one2gx2014-41177964

For some web applications it does not make sense to have 1 monolithing process which handles all of the requirements of the application. More and more often Grails is showing up in microservice architectures where instead of building 1 monolithing web application which is responsible for all of the pieces of the application puzzle, microservice applications are being assembled which collectively solve the requirements of the larger application. Grails is very well suited for this type of architecture. A microservice based architecture can result in applications which are easier to build, easier to test, easier to extend and are easier to adapt to changing business requirements.


SpringOne2GX 2014 Replay: Android and Groovy, a winning pair?

Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2014.

Speaker: Cedric Champeau

More Groovy Track

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/groovy-android-41263570

For 10 years, Groovy has dramatically improved the productivity of Java developers on the desktop. With unique like closures, builders, AST transformations, traits, optional static compilation and many more, Groovy turned out to be a very competitive language on the JVM. Compared to other JVM languages, Groovy has the major advantage of being totally Java-friendly, both in terms of syntax and interperability. But during those years, what happened on the mobile world? In particular, Android developers are used to develop applications in Java, so why Groovy, a JVM language, wouldn't be usable for Android development too? Can we ease the pain of Android developers too?


Spring Session 1.0.0.RELEASE

I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Session 1.0.0.RELEASE. You can find the release in Maven Central.


Spring Session provides the following features:

  • API and implementations (i.e. Redis) for managing a user’s session
  • HttpSession - allows replacing the HttpSession in an application container (i.e. Tomcat) neutral way. Additional features include:
  • Clustered Sessions - Spring Session makes it trivial to support clustered sessions without being tied to an application container specific solution.
  • Multiple Browser Sessions - Spring Session supports managing multiple users’ sessions in a single browser instance (i.e. multiple authenticated accounts similar to Google).
  • RESTful APIs - Spring Session allows providing session ids in headers to work with RESTful APIs
  • WebSocket - provides the ability to keep the HttpSession alive when receiving WebSocket messages
  • Lot’s of sample applications with Guides to get you started fast!

SpringOne2GX 2014 Replay: Painless Build and Deploy for YARN Applications with Spring

Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2014.
Speaker: Janne Valkealahti
Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/spring-one2gx-2014springyarn
Big Data Track
Spring’s goal, like any good framework, has always been to handle the infrastructure so you can focus on your application code. Join this session to see how Spring provides a simple programming model to develop applications than can easily be tested and deployed as either a YARN application or a traditional application. No longer will you need to struggle with 3rd party library build and packaging issues, XML, and how the YARN Appmasters, Clients and Resource Managers all work together. The magic of Spring Boot, Spring XD, and Spring for Apache Hadoop just make it all work so you can get coding!