Simplifying Apache Geode with Spring Data - John Blum

December 14, 2017

Building effective Apache Geode applications quickly and easily requires a framework that provides the right level of abstraction. In this session we take Alan Kay's infamous quote "Simple things should be simple; Complex things should be possible" to a whole new level with Spring Data Geode using Spring Boot. I'll show you how the new Annotation-based configuration model, which builds on existing concepts like SD Repositories, Spring's Cache Abstraction and Apache Geode CQ, helps you rapidly build working Apache Geode client/server applications in minutes. We end the session with a quick look at the roadmap and what users can expect next. You won't want to miss this. John Blum, Staff Engineer, Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017

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