See How Spring Framework Speeds Web Application Development at Oracle Code One

Graph Visualization Apps Benefit from Serverless Technologies and Containers

Learn how to use the Spring Framework, containers, serverless technologies, and the Tom Sawyer Perspectives SDK to rapidly develop and deploy auto-scalable web applications at Oracle Code One

We're honored to present on big data federation, visualization, and analysis and building web applications with leading edge technology at Oracle Code One.

Our Chief Software Engineer and recognized graph visualization expert, Kevin Madden, is looking forward to meeting you at the conference on October 23 in San Francisco. He can talk with you about serverless technology and how you can use Tom Sawyer Perspectives and Oracle products to visualize and act upon your big data.

Contact us to schedule a time to meet up at the event.

Attend Our Speaking Session on Spring Framework

Attend Kevin Madden's speaking session at Oracle Code One

Attend Our Speaking Session on Spring Framework

Kevin Madden, Chief Software Engineer

Build Serverless Big Data and Graph Visualization Web Applications Using Spring Data and Core Java

In this session, Kevin will cover how to use the Spring Framework, containers, serverless technologies, and the Tom Sawyer Perspectives SDK to rapidly develop and deploy auto-scalable web applications.

You will learn about building an enterprise application to federate, visualize, and analyze big data from sources including relational and graph databases as well as Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph.

The discussion will include core Java APIs and technology to handle mission-critical workloads in the cloud or on the premises.

About Oracle Code One

Oracle Code One will be held in San Francisco on October 22–25, 2018

Oracle Code One is a multiday, inclusive developer conference that will be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Join discussions on Java, Python, JavaScript, SQL, and more and attend sessions on leading-edge technology such as Blockchain and AI.

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