2019 March Meeting


Microservices with Micronaut


StarSpace46 / Techlahoma 1141 W. Sheridan Avenue


2019-03-12 11:30

As microservices have exploded on to the scene, so have microservice frameworks. In the JVM world, we have a myriad of options. In an already crowded space, though, a new framework has appeared that is extremely promising. Micronaut is a polyglot microservice framework from the inventors of the Grails framework, supporting Java, Kotlin, and Groovy out of the box. Micronaut ships with support for a wide number of capabilities, including dependency injection, aspect oriented programming, object relational mapping (via JPA or GORM), cloud native features (Consul, Eureka, Kubernetes, AWS, and others), serverless/functions-as-a-service, and many more. It even comes with a testing framework.

In this presentation, we’ll see how to get started using Micronaut using a small subset of those features as we build a simple REST service.
We’ll use JPA for persistence, and secure the application using JSON Web Tokens, all fully tested. At the end of the session, we’ll have a solid foundation for building microservices using this new offering.

Speaker Bio:

Jason Lee is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff for Oracle working on the GlassFish Administration Console as well as the RESTful Administration interface. Jason has extensive experience working with web-based technologies such as JavaServer Faces and Ajax, as well as many other enterprise technologies based on the GlassFish platform.

Jason has been writing software professionally since 1997 in a wide variety of languages and environments, including Java, PHP, C/C++, and Delphi on both Linux/Unix and Windows. You can read more about what Jason’s working on at his blog.

Most importantly, Jason is married to a beautiful woman and has two sons who, thankfully, look like their mother.

StarSpace46 / Techlahoma: 1141 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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