The final day of JAX London will feature a keynote from SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer.
For the third day of JAX London 2011, we turn our attention to Systems Integration and the Spring ecosystem, with a keynote by CTO of SpringSource, Adrian Colyer. ‘Enterprise Applications in 2011: Challenges in Development and Deployment, and Spring’s response’ will look at how the Spring ecosystem is evolving to meet the evolving needs of enterprise application development in 2011, as social media, cloud, PaaS and the new range of internet enabled devices present enterprise application developers with a new set of challenges. The afternoon keynote, ‘How Betfair Scaled its Java Apps in Record Time,’ will share Betfair’s experiences of how the international online sports betting provider adopted a business transaction approach to monitoring, to help combat application performance problems.
The Systems Integration day will feature ‘A Developer’s View of Acceptance Test Driven Development’ which will look at the world of automated testing and ‘Accelerating Large-Scale Integration Programmes through Metadata Analysis’ where Andy Myers and Alan Parker will explore the characteristics and classes of integration projects that have successfully adopted metadata management. The day will conclude with a panel, where attendees will be able to put their questions to the experts. Meanwhile, the Spring day will take attendees on a tour through the Spring ecosystem, taking a closer look at Spring Roo, Spring Batch, Spring Integration, and what’s new in Spring 3.1. The track will also conclude with a speaker’s panel, giving attendees the opportunity to put their questions to the experts.
The third day will also host Java Tech and Tools sessions in two rooms, covering such diverse technologies as cloud, Git, Hudson, Mylyn, BIRT, Clojure and Infinispan. We will also look ahead to Java 7, in Martijn Verburg’s ‘Back to the future with Java 7’ session at 14:25. Check out the JAX London timetable for more info!