The Spring Data project is an umbrella project that provides a familiar and consistent Spring-based programming model for a wide range of data access technologies. Motivated by the rise of new NoSQL databases and Big Data solutions, there is support for Redis, MongoDB, HBase, Neo4j, Gemfire, Hadoop and Splunk. There is also a “refresh” of Spring’s traditional support for JDBC and JPA. In this session, we will provide a guided tour of the Spring Data feature set, showing how you can quickly increase your productivity when creating applications that use these new data access technologies. Use cases unique to each technology will be discussed and demonstrated as well as where Spring Data provides some level of portability between different databases.
About the speaker Mark Pollack
Dr. Mark Pollack has been a core Spring (Java) developer since 2003 and founded its Microsoft counterpart, Spring.NET, in 2004. Mark now leads the Spring Data project that aims to simplify application development with new data technologies around big data and NoSQL databases. Prior to working on Spring project, Mark worked in offline computing in high-energy nuclear physics at Brookhaven National Laboratory and then moved to the financial services industry as a technical lead for front-office trading systems.More About Mark »
Java Batch JSR-352
Java Batch JSR-352 is an initiative chaired by Chris Vignola from IBM and includes members from RedHat, Oracle, VMware, Industry leaders, and independent consultants involved in the Enterprise Java Batch.
This presentation will cover: The influence of Spring Batch on the Java Batch spec (the Batch DSL). The evolution of requirements on Java Batch in terms of concurrency, data and application modernization, and data grids. Key design decisions for coming to a common language (JCL) of batch in terms of Jobs, Steps, Partitioning, Concurrency, Parallelization, etc. State of Java Batch; Roadmap, specification, and public access to discussions and hot topics.Influences of Java Batch on Spring Batch and the implications for the future.
About the speaker Jonathan Fullam
Jonathan Fullam has over 12 years of experience with software development with a heavy focus on enterprise Java based applications and open source frameworks. Currently employed by SpringSource, a division of VMware, Jonathan advises enterprises on building scalable architectures using modern technologies and tools. With a passion for public speaking, he most recently presented Test Driven Developement at the 2011 Java Server Side Symposium. Jonathan received his education from The College of New Jersey where he obtained a B.S. in computer science.More About Jonathan »
Wayne Lund is a Senior Systems Engineer within VMware vFabric. Currently Wayne is on the Java Batch expert group (JSR-352) working to standardize the use of Java Batch in the enterprise, which has just been released for public review. Prior to coming to VMware Wayne has been working as an enterprise Java Architect from the earliest days of Java. While at Accenture he was one of the Chief Architects of Spring Batch, a joint effort between Accenture and SpringSource, and introduced the Java Community to Spring Batch at Java One 2007 along with Rod Johnson and Scott Wintermute.More About Wayne »