Feb 29, 17:00 – 21:00 CET EclipseStore Advanced Part 2 – Online Training

In this intensive 4-hour online course, we will deep-dive into developing ultra-fast in-memory database apps and microservices with EclipseStore. The EclipseStore Advanced training is based on the EclipseStore or previous MicroStream Fundamentals training.

EclipseStore is the very first Java persistence (engine) that enables you to persist any Java object-graph or single subgraphs into any data storage natively. This means any object graph can be persisted as it is in RAM. The EclipseStore approach is fundamentally different from the traditional RDBMS/NoSQL DB-server programming model:

  • only 1 data model – just POJOs,
  • no more dealing with DB-specific data models (tables, column-store, JSON, key-value, DB-specific graphs/objects) – which are actually incompatible with object-graphs we use in Java
  • no more expensive mappings at all,
  • no DB-specific query language, no more classic selects, just using getter.

Object-graphs in RAM is used as an incredibly fast pure Java in-memory database which is a kind of multi-model data structure because ANY Java type can be used such as collections. Queries: By using Java Streams API, object graphs can be searched in microsecond query time – up to 1000x faster than comparable traditional database query-time and even up to 100x faster than reading data directly from a local cache. An additional caching framework such as EHCache is not needed anymore. The end result is an ultra-fast pure Java in-memory database app or microservice having its own superfast persistence. EclipseStore itself is a tiny Java API that can be included in any Java project easily via Maven. It runs on the server, on the desktop, within containers, on GraalVM native images as well as on Android. MicroStream is also part of popular microservice frameworks such as Micronaut and Helidon, and is well integrated with Quarkus and Spring Boot.

 

Who should attend

Developers and software architects who want to develop high-performance database apps and microservices with Java or any JVM-language as well as apps running on Android devices. Also trainers and consultants.

  1. Java developers
  2. Developers using any JVM-language
  3. Android developers
  4. Software architects
  5. Java trainers
  6. Technical consultants and sales engineers

 

Prerequisites

Fundamental knowledge in Java SE or any JVM programming language

  1. Understanding the concepts of object-oriented programming
  2. Maven

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Configuration of EclipseStore to use external storages like AWS S3 Bucket
  • Configuration of EclipseStore to use a PostgreSQL Database
  • Concurrency handling within a EclipseStore application
  • Deeper knowledge about advanced topics (“Housekeeping”, Channel migration)
  • Knowing the EclipseStore customizer and when to use them.
  • How to use Import / Export of Data

 

Course Content

  • Summary of the EclipseStore or previous MicroStream Fundamentals training
  • Summary of the EclipseStore or previous MicroStream Advanced 1 training
  • Creating external storage connection
    • AWS S3 Bucket
    • PostgreSQL
  • Concurrency handling within MicroStream application
    • Technical concurrency handling best practice and risk evaluation
    • Business concurrency handling best practice
  • Housekeeping interval
    • When and how to change the interval
  • Channel migration
    • Usage of channel migration tool
  • Usage of MicroStream Customizer
    • Custom type handler
    • Custom LegacyTypeHandler
    • Custom store behavior
  • Import / Export of Data
  • BestPractice
  • EclipseStore questions and answers

 

Certificate

All participants will receive a participation certificate.

 

Participation Fee

Price €399.00

 

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