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Imagine a distributed memory database that in addition to the basic key/value storage gives you SQL engine, a proxy to your classic db to cache data, a small message broker, a computation tool for ML model, memory to disk persistence and a lot more ! You have the beginning of the amazing Apache Ignite features list.
Mix this powerful tool with Quarkus, the nextgen microservices framework and you’ll obtain a unique combination to interact with your data.
In this lab, we’ll show you how to get started with Ignite in a Quarkus environment. After having setup your ignite cluster, you’ll create a bunch of microservices to exploit Ignite powerful distributed computation.
The only requirement for this lab is an IDE, Java 17+ and Maven 3.9+
Antoine Sabot-Durand
Antoine is a Java Champion and the former spec lead of Jakarta EE CDI. He was part of the Quarkus launch team at Red Hat and worked on major MicroProfile specs such as Fault Tolerance or Health Check. Today, Antoine is an architect and technical expert at SCIAM. He manages complex projects using largely the technologies he helped develop.
yann Blazart
Jakarta EE and Quarkus lover, I'm a Senior Tech lead, fall in Java since 23 years, working with SCIAM since 2019.
I already participated to some Open Source project like WicketExtJs, TomEE, and JaxWS Metro.
I did two H.O.L on Devoxx France in 2012 and 2015 around Java EE, and more recently I did a H.O.L on Quarkus and Apache Ignite at Riviera Dev in 2023.
Pierre Cesmat
Previously RPA developper at Deloitte france, I came back to my passion, the java environment at @SCIAM as a developper 3 years ago and more recently with a tech lead position on my current project.
Currently working on an in-house domestic cash management platform for a mondial bank.
I did my first H.O.L on Quarkus and Apache Ignite at Rivieira Dev in 2023.
Passionate of reverse engineering and game botting, I've learned a lot by praticing it on personnal/side projects.