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DevDays Europe 2022

— CONFIRMED TALKS —

Abdellfetah Sghiouar

Google, Sweden

Talk

Service Mesh for Developers

In this talk, we will focus on the aspects of Service Mesh that matter to developers, traffic management, and observability. We will look beyond the simple mTLS most Mesh tools offer and look at how can we implement tracing, how can we monitor an app, and create a circuit breaker in a simple way by harnessing the power of Service Mesh.

Session Keywords

🔑 Service Mesh
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Istio

Dotan Horovits

Logz.io, Israel

Talk

How We Gained Observability Into Our CI/CD Pipeline

In this talk, Dotan will share how we built effective observability into our CI/CD pipeline using intelligent data collection, dashboarding and alerting, to boost our response to failures and improve our quality of life on the way.

This talk will give practical guidance on how to improve observability into your CI/CD pipeline. Whether you use Jenkins like we do, or other CI/CD tools, you’ll learn how to augment them and reach higher productivity.

Session Keywords

🔑 CI/CD
🔑 Observability

Elad Shechter

eladsc.dev, Israel

Talk

Tips, Tricks, and New Features of CSS

CSS has evolved a lot over the years, with many new features, which can help us work a lot easier. Elad Shechter, who eats and drinks CSS, will show you what amazing things you missed in CSS!

Session Keywords

🔑 Web
🔑 CSS

Gerrit Grunwald

Azul Systems, Germany

Talk

Not Dead Yet – Java on Desktop

This session will try to give an overview of Java on desktop and why it is not dead yet. Gerrit will give examples for scenarios where Java on the desktop really shines and others where you better choose a web application. It will also show the state of JavaFX with all its different flavors like standard JavaFX on desktop, on embedded, on mobile using Gluon, and on the web using JPro. And of course, there will be demos for those different scenarios.

Session Keywords

🔑 Frontend
🔑 Java
🔑 JavaFX

Neyts Zupan

Niteo, Slovenia

Talk

InfoSec for Remote Teams

With everyone going remote, how do business owners and IT leaders ensure security for their remote team? This talk will go through personal anecdotes and lessons learned in running a fully remote team since 2014 while giving you a good overview of what the current best practices are.

Session Keywords

🔑 Security
🔑 Remote
🔑 Device Management

Sam Bellen

Auth0, Belgium

Talk

No Way, JOSE!

In this talk, Sam will try to explain the basics of encryption, signing, and hashing through simple examples. He’ll look into how the JOSE standard can help us with encrypted content on the web using JSON Web Encryption (JWE) and JSON Web Keys (JWK). The audience does not need any specific knowledge about cryptography as this talk will go through the basics. Some JavaScript knowledge can be useful but not necessary as code examples will be simple and explained.

Session Keywords

🔑 Security
🔑 Cryptography
🔑 JOSE
🔑 JWT

Thijs Feryn

Varnish Software, Belgium

Talk

HTTP Headers That Will Make Your Website Go Faster

In this talk, Thijs will explain TTL control, cache variations, conditional requests, stale data, revalidation, error handling, surrogate control, HTTP placeholders, range requests, and many other performance techniques that will make your website go faster.

Session Keywords

🔑 HTTP
🔑 Caching
🔑 CDN
🔑 Varnish

Alparslan Avci

Hazelcast, UK

Talk

Distributed Transactions in a Service Mesh

In this talk, we will discuss distributed transaction methodologies, talk about real-life scenarios, and provide a hands-on resolution in the Istio service mesh using the Hazelcast application platform. The attendees will easily understand the distributed saga pattern, backend architecture, and the topology of the solutions with live demonstrations.

Session Keywords

🔑 Microservices
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Service Mesh
🔑 Distributed Transactions

Hugh McKee

Lightbend, US

Talk

Key-Value, Event-Sourcing, Cqrs, Pub/Sub as a Service, Java, Javascript

In this session, we will look at how you can implement back-end app components, such as key-value, event-sourcing, CQRS, pub/sub, and more, all in an as-a-service way with Java and Akka Serverless. Also, let’s see how doing things as a service flips the ‘other stuff’/’fun stuff’ ratio from 80/20 to 20/80 or better.

Session Keywords

🔑 Serverless
🔑 Event Sourcing
🔑 JavaScript
🔑 CQRS
🔑 FaaS
🔑 Java

More talks are yet to come!

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