1. Vert.x for World Domination

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    Vert.x ist ein auf Netty 4 und Hazelcast aufbauendes Framework für skalierbare, fehlertolerante, Event-getriebene Netzwerkanwendungen. Anhand des Beispiels „Skalierbare Weltherschaft“ zeigt Jochen Mader (codecentric AG), wie sich Vert.x als Basis einer entsprechenden Infrastruktur geradezu aufdrängt. Anhand eines Raspberry-Pi-Clusters samt LEGO-Mindstorms-Roboter stellt Jochen Mader (codecentric AG) Themen wie Modularisierung, Concurrency, Clustering und Ausfallsicherheit vor. .

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    • High Performance Reactive Applications with Vert.x

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      Vert.x is a lightweight, high performance, reactive application platform for the JVM that's designed for modern mobile, web, and enterprise applications. In this talk you will learn about the design principles and motivation behind Vert.x and why we are heading for a reactive future. You will also hear an overview including demonstrations of some of the key features of Vert.x including the distributed event bus which extends right into the browser, high availability, and the module system. Demonstrations will involve examples in Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy and Python. You'll also learn about how improved build tool and IDE integration simplify the process of developing applications with Vert.x - including short demonstrations of module auto-redeploy from the IDE and executable "fat jars".

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      • Vert.x: Async Data from Cluster to Browser

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        Vert.x is an asynchronous, event-driven application platform similar in style to Node.js, except it runs on the JVM. It supports several JVM languages, including Javascript, and uses a multi-reactor event loop to handle a very high number of concurrent connections. Clustering is built-in and remarkably easy to use, and the Vert.x event bus makes passing messages between components or applications simple. With JSON as the native message format, and a SockJS client that speaks directly to the bus, pushing event-based messages to the browser has never been easier. In this talk I will introduce the Vert.x platform. I will discuss the pros and cons of Vert.x compared to other platforms like Node.js, and we'll look at some example code. I will finish up by writing a simple application that pushes JSON messages from a server cluster to the mobile browser in just a few lines of Javascript.

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        • High Performance Reactive Applications with Vert.x

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          Vert.x is a lightweight, high performance, reactive application platform for the JVM that’s designed for modern mobile, web, and enterprise applications. In this talk you will learn about the design principles and motivation behind Vert.x and why we are heading for a reactive future. You will also hear an overview including demonstrations of some of the key features of Vert.x including the distributed event bus which extends right into the browser, high availability, and the module system. Demonstrations will involve examples in Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy and Python. You’ll also learn about how improved build tool and IDE integration simplify the process of developing applications with Vert.x – including short demonstrations of module auto-redeploy from the IDE and executable “fat jars.”

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          • Vert.x 2.2 Uncovered - Interactive Adaptive Monitoring

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            from William Louth Added 70 1 0

            A video employing various different application performance monitoring visualizations in profiling and tracing the execution of a simple HTTP static file request generated by siege and served by the Vert.x web container.

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            • JBoss Keynote Demo 2013 (Red Hat Summit 2013 Boston)

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              The 2013 JBoss Keynote demo demonstrates the capabilities of Fuse (Apache Camel), Vert.x, TorqueBox, Immutant and Aerogear to create a real-time, polyglot auction application - sending bid notifications to the mobile client applications and updating the overall system dashboard instantly. In addition, the application demonstrates OpenShift auto-scaling - as new users sign into the system and begin entering bids additional gears come online to handle the load. We opened up the demo application to over 1000 live audience members and had some fun. In addition, you will get a sneak peak of some of our JBoss Developer Studio Apache Cordova tooling that is incubating in the community. The majority of the application is written in JavaScript (Aerogear) along with Ruby (TorqueBox) and Clojure (Immutant). In addition, this demonstration worked over both OpenShift and Amazon EC2 - a hybrid cloud approach.

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              • Shining a Spotlight on Java/JVM Software Method Execution

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                from William Louth Added 135 0 0

                A demonstration of a new software execution visualization I've designed and developed as part as a set of visual metering extensions I'm creating to explore various different behavioral patterns on Java/JVM platform and to shine a spotlight on adaptive performance monitoring (and why it is the only game in town when it comes to software analytics and performance monitoring & management). The visualization is tested out with Vert.x, DataStax Cassandra, Hazelcast and the Scala compiler.

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                • Vert.x

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                  from Diego Pacheco Added 24 1 0

                  Vert.x

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                  • Vert.x + OpenShift - multi-user touch painting

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                    from Burr Sutter Added 98 0 0

                    The desktop portion is a bunch of small HTML5 Canvas objects, created by the various mobile devices. At the end of an end-user's "stroke" the canvas is serialized, sent over the Vert.x event bus running at OpenShift and then back out to the desktop "dashboard" that shows a thumbnail version of the canvas. Everybody can doodle together.

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