Scalable, distributed real-time transaction processing;
Writing correct concurrent, fault-tolerant and scalable applications is too hard. Most of the time, that’s because we are using the wrong tools and the wrong level of abstraction. Akka and Akka.NET is here to change that.
In this session we’ll talk about the following: • Threading, concurrency and parallelism • The Actor Model • What is Akka.NET? • Distributed by default • Load balancing – Scale up and out • State Machines • Fault tolerance and self healing
Akka.NET is a port of the popular Java/Scala framework Akka to .NET.
This is a community driven port and is not affiliated with Typesafe who makes the original Java/Scala version.
The speaker is Jeppe Lund Andersen, software developer at momondo.
Jeppe has a background as software development engineer from Aalborg University and cares a lot about application life-cycle management. He’s got a killer talk on Visual Studio Online and how developers can avoid dealing with boring infrastructure and instead focus on being writing awesome code.
Visual Studio Online came out about a year ago and has evolved at a rapid pace since its release. Jeppe’s talk is very demo intensive (it only has about 3 or 4 PowerPoint slides) and in his examples he is showing all of the cool features in VSO such as code repositories (in Git or TFVC), scrum boards, continuous integration and delivery, service hooks, Active Directory connection, load testing and much more.
Mobile/Web/Backend developers can all benefit from Auth0 because authentication is a concept which exists on multiple levels in your applications. This session will also cover the different types of authentication you need to work with when building applications (mobile authentication, web applications, SPA and Web APIs).
Spring Boot and Microservice by Niels Bech Nielsen
Microservices with Docker, Netflix OSS and IBM Bluemix by David Currie and Samuel O’Donnell
Introduction to Jenkins CI by Bue Petersen
Internet of Things live demo showing ECG data streamed to Bluemix to be analyzed by Dan O’Riordan
See all the videos from the Tableau Konference – 28. Januar 2015