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MICRONAUT FROM IOT TO GCP

In this deep dive workshop, you'll learn how to use the new Micronaut Framework in concert with Google Cloud Platform services, such as Cloud SQL, Kubernetes, and Google’s Instance Metadata Server. Discover an easier way to build fast, lightweight JVM microservices and deploy them to Google Cloud.

OVERVIEW Google Cloud Platform (GCP), offered by Google, is a suite of cloud computing services that runs on the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end-user products, such as Google Search and YouTube.

Micronaut is a modern, JVM-based, full-stack framework for building modular, easily testable microservice and serverless applications, with an emphasis on developer productivity and code simplicity. Micronaut provides great support for simplifying the development and deployment of microservices to GCP.  

This workshop explores Micronaut's high-productivity capabilities and includes a hands-on demonstration of how to build a suite of services with the new framework, deploy them to Raspberry Pi edge devices and GCP, and get the whole architecture wired together with minimal effort.

COMPLIMENTARY HARDWARE Each participant will receive a Raspberry Pi Zero W device and the necessary, related hardware to complete the lab exercises. Participants may keep the hardware after completing the course! 

The following topics are covered in this workshop: * Controllers * Compile Time Dependency Injection * Application Configuration * HTTP Client * Service Discovery * Testing * Bidirectional JSON * Server Events * Databases * Management Endpoints * Aspect-Oriented Programming * Static-File Resolution * Security * Configurations * Web Sockets * Polyglot Micronaut * Distributed Tracing * Serverless Functions * Stand Alone CLI Apps * Deploying To GCP * Google Cloud SQL * Kubernetes on GCP

Speaker

Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown

Partner, Grails and Micronaut Practice Lead , Object Computing, Inc.

Microservices, Micronaut And Your Digital Future

The modernization of a sophisticated technology stack is a delicate balancing act that rests on understanding how any one change will affect the entire ecosystem. Business leaders who oversee mature technology stacks are particularly confounded by the demand to make changes quickly (and correctly) while simultaneously increasing the complexity of their applications. Microservices promise to alleviate this burden by decomposing complex applications into a set of manageable services that are much faster to develop and much easier to understand and maintain, but there are challenges associated with this type of application architecture. It is important to recognize the challenges and to understand how best to manage those challenges.

Speaker

Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown

Partner, Grails and Micronaut Practice Lead , Object Computing, Inc.