Concurrency in Enterprise Java

Concurrent programming has always been a topic in Java. But handling multiple threads by yourself can bring you into serious issues. In Java SE 5 the Executor Framework and java.util.concurrent came to the rescue. Unfortunately not for Java EE developers. They always had to find an application server specific way of dealing with tread pools.

Up until now as Java EE7 introduces JSR236: Concurrency Utilities for Java EE

This session will introduce the attendees to the benefits and gotchas of concurrent programming in Java and Java EE application servers by showing different real life scenarios. Learning out of the mistakes of the past we will rewrite our code to use the ManagedExecutors of JSR236 in GlassFish 4.0. By combining it with other Java EE7 APIs like AsyncServlet of Servlet 3.1 and JAX-RS 2.0 the attendees will get an idea how to easily attack those real life scenarios with the help of Java EE 7.

Termin: 11.03.2014, 19:00 Uhr
Ort: tyntec GmbH, Semerteichstr. 54-56 44141 Dortmund

Referent: Alexander Heusingfeld ist Senior Consultant bei der innoQ Deutschland GmbH. In den Rollen als Berater, Entwickler und Architekt unterstützt er Kunden vor allem mit seinen langjährigen Kenntnissen von Java und JVM-basierten Systemen. Meist beschäftigt er sich hier mit dem Design, der Evaluierung und Implementierung von Architekturen für Enterprise Application Integration. Er beteiligt sich gern an OpenSource-Projekten, bloggt unter und spricht gelegentlich bei Konferenzen und Java User Groups.

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