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Friday, February 5
 

12:20 CET

Windup - automated migration platform
Windup is a tool for enterprise application migration - from one platform to another (ideally a Red Hat one:o)), from older version to a newer.

The existing platform-independent rules are focused on migration to JBoss EAP 6+, but you can use it for other purposes as Windup is a generic rule-based pluggable platform.

This talk summarizes what's the current state of the project and what is planned in the near future. It also explains some interesting technical aspects such as how we deal with large sets of loosely structured data or how the rules are evaluated.

Speakers
avatar for Ondrej Zizka

Ondrej Zizka

JBoss Developer, Red Hat
Ondřej Žižka is a JBoss developer in Red Hat. The Windup project facilitates the application migration process. It is rule-based, pluggable and deals with huge amount of data of structure which is theoretically unknown to the core developers (That's were the graph database he... Read More →


Friday February 5, 2016 12:20 - 13:00 CET
d. E112 (156 places)

13:10 CET

17:20 CET

WildFly Swarm: does my fatjar look big in this?
Application servers are dead? We hear more and more than Linux containers, microservices and DevOps do away with the need for traditional Java application servers, particularly those based on Java EE. In this session we'll look at WildFly-swarm a subproject of WildFly, the leading open source Java application server. We'll see how the underlying architecture
allows WildFly to be trimmed down to give you Just Enough Application Server (JeAS?) and retain those key capabilities your application (or microservice) needs as well as creating a self-contained executable jar.

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Georges

Bruno Georges

Director, Software Engineering, Red Hat
*Bruno Georges* is the Director, Global Platforms Engineering for JBoss,Red Hat. In his current role, Bruno manages Middleware Engineering teamsand projects, including Research and Prototyping, Wildfly-Swarm(Microservices), Node.JS, Hawkular (Monitoring andManagement). Bruno has over... Read More →


Friday February 5, 2016 17:20 - 18:00 CET
d. E112 (156 places)

18:10 CET

Are you ready for a new WildFly security? Elytron!
Elytron is a new security subsystem for WildFly application server. The presentation will cover its main features and differences to the original WildFly security approaches. We will focus on Elytron subsystem configuration and backward compatibility questions.

(When gods of WildFly and general gods of security give) Live demo is included.

Speakers
avatar for Josef Cacek

Josef Cacek

Quality Assurance Engineer, Red Hat
Josef is a principal quality engineer in Red Hat Middleware. He's enthusiastic hobby runner, security issues hunter and distrustful containers evaluator.http://javlog.cacek.cz/


Friday February 5, 2016 18:10 - 18:50 CET
d. E112 (156 places)