Devoxx UK 2019
from Wednesday 8 May to Friday 10 May 2019.
Katia Aresti is a software engineer at Red Hat, part of the Infinispan/Datagrid team since 2017. She has been in the field since 2005, most of the time coding as a backend developer in Java and Scala. Katia is very involved in user groups since 2010, she co-organises the french chapter of Duchess since then, and she is very active mentoring and sharing knowledge whenever she can. She is passionate about open-source contributions, dance and acting.
See also http://www.karesti.com/charlas
Infinispan is an inmemory datagrid/distributed cache whose life started in October 2008. Now in 2019 Infinispan 10 is available and is a powerful tool with many features that can help you build great applications and microservices. After two years as a developer in the team, moving around in meetups and conferences, what I have found is that many developers still don't know what distributed caches and inmemory datagrids are. How can Infinispan boost your applications performance? Which are the use cases, good practices and patterns to implement modern and reactive architectures? Is Infinispan reactive itself? Which are the frameworks that are supported by Infinispan? How can we use it with containers and Kubernetes/Openshift?