Jakarta EE / MicroProfile in the Clouds: Runtimes not Servers--airhacks.fm podcast
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An airhacks.fm conversation / 29th episode with Bruno Borges about:
sudden death of remote EJBs caused by Java EE 5 and Web, servers as cloud, shared deployments in E10k , separation between infrastructure and business is boring, no rocket science, application servers and immutable infrastructure, frozen application servers in Docker layers, Docker modernized deployment model without modernizing Java EE, FatJar and UeberJars are useful outside containers, Azure AppService, the actual idea of application servers is pointless, cloud hooks for building ThinWARs, extending application servers with cloud-specific features, what is actually the definition of serverless?, serverless Java EE and the events are missing, JAX-RS endpoints as event listeners, servlerless platforms and lock-in to serverless environment, shipping functions as Docker images, openfaas, killer use cases for serverless functions, the legacy perception of Java EE, MicroProfile solves the marketing problem, cloud native deployments with MicroProfile, what is the difference between servers and runtimes, lets talk about runtimes, not servers, moving away from servers to runtimes, opinionated runtimes for developer experience, Convention over Configuration was borrowed from Ruby on Rails, Don't Make Me Think, Java EE / microprofile is an interesting programming model for the cloud, there is no such a thing as standards, everything should be an event, CloudEvents is an interesting standard, MicroProfile could implement binding for CloudEvents, wrapping proprietary cloud bootstraping logic with CDI, improving developer's experience by injection proprietary cloud services, MicroProfile Azure Key VaultBruno can be contacted via: firstname.lastname@example.org (please no spam), Bruno at LinkedIn and twitter: @brunoborges See you at Web, MicroProfile and Java EE Workshops at Munich Airport, Terminal 2 or Virtual Dedicated Workshops / consulting. Is Munich's airport too far? Learn from home: airhacks.io.