Spring and Cloud Foundry meetup

By: | April 14, 2018

This is a combined meetup together with the Dutch Spring Meetup.

18:00 Registration & Food
18:40 Short Intro
18:45 Migrating Rabobank Online from monoliths to microservices with Pivotal Cloud Foundry – Vincent Oostindië
19:30 Short break
19:45 Spring Cloud Gateway – Spencer Gibb
20:45 End

Title: Migrating Rabobank Online from monoliths to microservices with Pivotal Cloud Foundry

About a decade ago, when the world was still all about J2EE and WebSphere application servers, Rabobank introduced a new Online platform with a custom, intentionally self-built, portal framework. Since then our world has changed in many ways. Nobody does portlets anymore; instead we build rich front-end applications backed by services spitting out JSON. Like most of the rest of the world Rabobank moved from waterfall to Agile to DevOps. Microservices came along. Java is no longer the only preferred language on the server. Today, Rabobank is migrating to a new platform based on Pivotal Cloud Foundry, that intends to cope with all these changes. In this talk Vincent Oostindië will talk you through a decade of IT at Rabobank Online, of course focusing on the new platform and the underlying technologies used there, like Spring Boot and Spring Cloud Services.

About Vincent Oostindië:

Vincent Oostindië is business architect at Rabobank for the Online department, which consists of about 30 DevOps teams. Vincent is responsible for the overall architecture of the Online channels, like the public websites, the secure websites, and the app. Vincent has been working at Rabobank since 2010, always at the Online department. Coming in a Java developer/architect, he transitioned from there to team lead, to solution architect and product owner, to platform architect, to business architect today.

Title: Spring Cloud Gateway

What is an API Gateway and how can your microservices architecture benefit by using one? What are the types API Gateways? What characteristics define each type of API Gateway? Join Spring Cloud co-lead Spencer Gibb for discussion and demonstration of the next generation of API Gateway, Spring Cloud Gateway and about its architecture and developer experience. Learn about route matching and filtering and how it is different than the previous Zuul 1 experience. Features of Spring Cloud Gateway include, support for websockets, reactive developer experience and rate limiting, to name a few.

Spencer Gibb
Spring Cloud co-founder and co-lead

Spencer is an industry veteran with experience in e-commerce platforms, government and non-profit organizations to business intelligence startups.