Devoxx-UK-2022

MicroStream at Devoxx UK 2022

We’re happy to be sponsor and exhibitor of the Java community conference Devoxx UK 2022, May 11-13, 2022 in London. Global and local experts and practitioners will delve into the newest and most vital content from the developer world, with sessions covering Java, Cloud, Data, AI, Robotics, Programming Languages, Security, Architecture, Developer Practices and Culture.…

MicroStream will be Integrated with Helidon

We are very excited to announce that Oracle will integrate MicroStream with Project Helidon.  We are already accepted as Helidon contributors and working together with the Helidon team on the integration code. Helidon is a leading framework for developing modern cloud-native microservices with Java. Helidon is open source and mainly developed by Oracle. In comparison to other…

Online-Course: MicroStream Getting Started Coding – Free!

Saturday, December 10, 2020 | 18:00 – 21:00 CET – Live Online-Course: MicroStream Getting Started Coding – Free! Markus Kett, CEO at MicroStream Florian Habermann, CTO at MicroStream MicroStream is a fundamentally new persistence framework for storing complex Java object graphs, subgraphs, and single objects. Database-specific data models become meaningless for Java. No more expensive…

MicroStream Getting-started Training – Sept. 25 at JVM-CON in Cologne, Germany

MicroStream Getting-started training at the JVM-CON 2019, November 25 in Cologne, Germany   Monday, Nov. 25, 14:00 – 18:00, Room: Ballsaal B Creating ultra-fast Realtime Apps and Microservices with Java Introduction: What’s the problem with database systems and in-memory technologies of today? Why should I use MicroStream? MicroStream Java-native datastore: Overview How to design a suited…

MicroStream is free!

We are happy to announce that MicroStream Java-Native Persistence is free of charge for developing, testing and also for productive use!   MicroStream Release Cycle & Support Model is similar to Java We are planning a release and support model that is very close to the new release and support model for Java SE. Since Java 9…