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Tuesday, September 20 • 20:00 - 20:50
Micronaut® Framework and MicroStream Java-native persistence engine

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Sergio del Amo introduces Microstream integration with the Micronaut® Framework in this session. Microstream is an Object-Graph Persistence solution that allows ultra-fast in-memory data processing with pure Java. MicroStream is a Java-native object graph persistence engine for storing any complex Java object graph or any single subgraph and restoring it in RAM at any time by using a fundamentally new serialization concept designed from scratch. With MicroStream, you can restore in RAM on demand the entire object graph, partial subgraphs, or only single objects. Beyond serialization, MicroStream is ACID transaction safe, can handle your class changes and provides a garbage collector for the storage, multi-threaded IO, and connectors for various data storages. This session will teach you how to use Microstream as your persistence engine in a Micronaut Application. Micronaut Microstream integration allows you to run several Microstream instances in the sample application, simplifies configuration, storage operations, metrics, health, etc. Moreover, you can use Microstream as a cache implementation for the Micronaut Framework. Attendees will discover how the Micronaut Framework and Microstream are a perfect combination to build ultra-fast applications without leaving the confines of Java.

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Sergio del Amo

I am a Distinguished Engineer at Object Computing, where I work as a Micronaut Framework Development Lead. Moreover, I work as a Developer Advocate for Micronaut Framework, Grails frameworks, and the Apache Groovy programming language. I have been a core developer of the Micronaut... Read More →


Tuesday September 20, 2022 20:00 - 20:50 CEST
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