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Integrating ScyllaDB with Quarkus

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Integrating ScyllaDB with Quarkus

Quarkus and Scylla are a perfect combination for cloud native applications. The main idea of the session is to show the way to integrate both technologies. The session will be presented with slides, but there is code as well, where will be possible to develop the application from the beginning until local test.

Quarkus and Scylla are a perfect combination for cloud native applications. The main idea of the session is to show the way to integrate both technologies. The session will be presented with slides, but there is code as well, where will be possible to develop the application from the beginning until local test.

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  1. 1. Integrating ScyllaDB with Quarkus João Victor, Software Engineer at
  2. 2. João Victor Martins ■ Software Engineer at iFood ■ Instructor at Alura ■ 8 years experience with Java language ■ 3 years experience with Kotlin language ■ Writer at dev.to/j_a_o_v_c_t_r
  3. 3. ■ Situation ■ What is Quarkus? ■ Why ScyllaDB? ■ Let's code Presentation Agenda
  4. 4. Situation
  5. 5. Example Situation A system that receives many Kafka messages and needs to save them on a database. For that: ■ The application needs to be fast ■ The application needs of good integration with Kafka and Databases ■ Ready for cloud
  6. 6. What is Quarkus?
  7. 7. Quarkus - Supersonic / Subatomic Java A Kubernetes Native Java stack tailored for OpenJDK HotSpot and GraalVM, crafted from the best of breed Java libraries and standards.
  8. 8. Is Fast
  9. 9. Ready for Cloud Amazingly fast boot time, incredibly low RSS memory (not just heap size!) offering near instant scale up and high density memory utilization in container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes. Use a technique that call compile time boot (ahead of time compiler).
  10. 10. Why ScyllaDB?
  11. 11. Quarkus and ScyllaDB ■ Architected for data-intensive applications ■ High performance ■ Low-latency
  12. 12. Let's Code!!
  13. 13. Thank You Stay in Touch João Victor Martins jvc.martins12@gmail.com @j_a_o_v_c_t_r joao0212 www.linkedin.com/in/jvcmartins/

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