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Oracle Live Webcast - Announcing Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0
Thu, Jun 25, 2020
- 9:00 am IST (UTC +5:30) - (New Delhi, India)
- 11:30 a.m. CTT (UTC +8) (Beijing, China)
- 12:30 p.m. JST (UTC +9) (Tokyo, Japan)
- 1:30 p.m. AEST (UTC +10) (Sydney, Australia)
Announcing Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0
Oracle is announcing two innovative new developer technology releases for Java and polyglot microservices. Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0 make it easy to build fast, lightweight, scalable and reliable microservices.
Coherence CE delivers a new edition of Coherence's leading data grid technology. Coherence CE provides a self-configured distributed data grid that can be used as a reliable, scalable and high performance data store for Java and polyglot microservices, and as a platform for distributed data processing on the grid, including polyglot language support, eventing, messaging and more.
Helidon 2.0 is a new release of Helidon libraries for writing lightweight Java microservices. Helidon 2.0 delivers new features for reactive microservices, updated MicroProfile support leveraging Jakarta EE technologies and expanded GraalVM Native Image support for rapid startup and low memory consumption. Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0 can be used together to create an architecture for Java-based microservices with built-in data grid capabilities, providing flexible programming with unmatched reliability and scalability.
In this webinar, we will provide overviews and demonstrations of these new technologies and how they can be used together.
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Senior Manager, Oracle Coherence Product Management
Randy Stafford is a Senior Manager at Oracle responsible for Oracle Coherence Product Management. For twelve years prior, he was on the Coherence development team and the Fusion Middleware A-Team. Before joining Oracle, Randy was Chief Architect of IQNavigator. He's contributed to several books on software architecture, and speaks frequently at software conferences.
Joe Di Pol
Software Development Manager, Oracle
Joe Di Pol is a software development manager at Oracle working on Helidon, a set of Java libraries for writing microservices. Joe has worked in the Java ecosystem for over 20 years on projects ranging from desktop applications for the Java Station to Java EE application servers and now cloud native frameworks.