2015 September Meeting


Cloudy with a Chance of Java: Building Multitenant Java EE Cloud Applications


Prototek, 401 NW 10th St. (Downtown OKC)


2015-09-08 11:30

It’s clear that the cloud is here to stay, so software vendors must either adapt or fade into irrelevance, but how do you build an app for the cloud? Building a single-user application is pretty straightforward, but the cloud brings with it a new set of problems, the most pressing of which—second possibly only to security—is data integrity: how do you keep one customer from seeing and, worse, changing another customer’s data? This session discusses three ways to isolate customer data: having separate databases; a shared database and separate schemas; or a shared database and a shared schema. You 'll see working code examples of each approach, so you 'll leave with everything you need in order to get started on moving your app into the cloud.

Speaker Bio

Jason Lee

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We thank Techlahoma for generously providing the materials for the meeting, including the projector, pizza, and chairs.

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