Reactive Programming

Past Presentations

Servlet vs Reactive: Choosing the Right Stack

When Netflix upgraded their main gateway, serving 83 million users, from Servlet based, blocking Zuul 1 to the Netty based, non-blocking Zuul 2, the results were interesting and nuanced with benefits and trade-offs. Spring Framework 5 provides a similar choice with Servlet based Spring MVC...

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal
Reactive DDD—When Concurrent Waxes Fluent

Developers around the world are moving to rapidly adopt Domain-Driven Design (DDD), and in greater numbers than ever before. That's because DDD delivers powerful results in practice. At the same time, Reactive software development is becoming essential to implementing responsive, resilient,...

Vaughn Vernon DDD Expert, Author of "Implementing Domain-Driven Design" & Architect @kalele_io
RxJS: A Better Way to Write Frontend Applications

Everything that happens in a frontend application is asynchronous; events happen - a user types something, a server responds with data - and our programs react. The traditional approach to this problem is to deal with asynchronous "parts" of your application in callbacks or promises, while...

Hannah Howard Senior Developer and Tech Generalist @carbonfive
Reactive Cloud-Native Networking With RSocket

The vast majority of enterprises are moving to the cloud, but few are prepared for networking implications of cloud-native architectures. For developers, handling service discovery, fault tolerance, load balancing, caching and coordination over the network and across many services is the stuff of...

Ryland Degnan Co-Founder & CTO @netifi_inc

Interviews

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal

Servlet vs Reactive: Choosing the Right Stack

What’s the motivation for this talk?

Spring Framework 5 provides two web stacks. One is a classic, Servlet stack with blocking I/O that most Java enterprise applications use today. The other is a Reactive stack that's built on an event-loop, non-blocking execution model and can handle high concurrency with less hardware resources. The motivation for this talk is to...

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