Join us at JavaIL Meetup on Wednesday, September 7 at 18:00 IST when GigaSpaces’ Head of In Memory Computing R&D Group, Barak Bar Orion, will be stopping by to speak about Scaling Production with AsyncRMI, a NIO-based RMI Implementation.
Barak will be talking about how Java RMI is a natural choice, as it is seamlessly integrated with Java and does not need any pre-compilation step. However some limitations in its design and implementation make it surprisingly hard to use in production code. If you wish to know about the design choices involved in implementing a remote method invocation protocol, this session is for you: We’ll cover RMI pros and cons and see how even basic problems are hard to solve with RMI in a manner that allow scaling; we’ll also cover how those problem can be solved using AsyncRMI, an open-source NIO-based RMI library.
This particular meetup will focus on everything OpenDaylight (SDN) and AsyncRMI.
A bit more in depth, Software Defined Networking (a.k.a SDN) is revolutionary shift in the way data centers and the internet behaves. Gideon Kaempfer from HPE, will explain this through OpenDayLight – the open source SDN platform. Barak from Gigaspaces will share his open source library ‘AsyncRMI’ and explain the pro/cons of Java RMI vs other protocols we use today to communicate between micro-services.
There will also be an open discussion following the two sessions, plus tons of Pizza, sandwiches and beer courtesty of HPE.
- Meetup page
- Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2016
- Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
- Location: HPE Raanana, 9 Dafna St., Raanana, Israel
Want to get in touch with Barak prior to the event? Tweet him! He’d love to hear from you.
Can’t wait to see you there!