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Typesafe ConductR Demo

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Reactive Typesafe ConductR

Typesafe ConductR Demo

with Christopher Hunt

Typesafe is proud to announce the upcoming release of ConductR, a management tool for Operations to conveniently deploy and control Reactive, microservice-based applications running in a cluster.

This 9-minute demo will allow you to see ConductR in action. For a more detailed view, check out the webinar replay.

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Akka For Java Devs: Bridging the Imagination Divide

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Akka For Java Devs: Bridging the Imagination Divide

with Duncan DeVore

Today's applications are expected to support a multitude of devices, employ hybrid cloud deployments, persist petabytes of data, deliver millisecond response time and have near-perfect reliability. Traditional patterns and practices for enterprise Java application development simply can't support these demands, or are so complicated that entire systems can be brought down by single points of failure.

Introducing Typesafe ConductR, a Reactive Application Manager

Webinar

Reactive Typesafe ConductR

Introducing Typesafe ConductR, a Reactive Application Manager

with Christopher Hunt

As Reactive application development goes mainstream, Operations has become painfully aware that the demands of Reactive applications are simply not met by yesterday’s software architectures and technologies.

Typesafe is proud to announce the upcoming release of ConductR, a management tool for Operations to conveniently deploy and control Reactive, microservice-based applications running in a cluster.

Supplementing existing tools that focus on more traditional, monolithic application architectures, ConductR is built specifically for distributed Reactive applications, reflecting that Operations requires a different approach to both the tools and methodologies they use. Through proxying, load-balancing and integration with Typesafe Reactive Platform, ConductR helps Operations maintain system responsiveness, resiliency and elasticity at scale in the face of bursty traffic or service

How is Typesafe Reactive

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Reactive Typesafe

How is Typesafe Reactive

with Jamie Allen

Jamie Allen, Sr. Director of Global Services at Typesafe, walks you through how Typesafe technologies are Reactive.

Typesafe Together - Project Success Subscription

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Typesafe Together - Project Success Subscription

with Sushila Sahay

Learn about the benefits of Typesafe's Project Success Subscription in this overview by Sushila Sahay, VP of Customer Operations at Typesafe.

Typesafe Together Training Classes

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Reactive Training Typesafe

Typesafe Together Training Classes

with Jamie Allen

Learn more about Typesafe Training with this overview by Jamie Allen, Sr. Director, Global Services.

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Latest Video Resources

Typesafe ConductR Demo

Demo

Reactive Typesafe ConductR

Typesafe ConductR Demo

with Christopher Hunt

Typesafe is proud to announce the upcoming release of ConductR, a management tool for Operations to conveniently deploy and control Reactive, microservice-based applications running in a cluster.

This 9-minute demo will allow you to see ConductR in action. For a more detailed view, check out the webinar replay.

Watch the Webinar Download the White Paper

Akka For Java Devs: Bridging the Imagination Divide

Webinar

Reactive Typesafe Akka Java Java8

Akka For Java Devs: Bridging the Imagination Divide

with Duncan DeVore

Today's applications are expected to support a multitude of devices, employ hybrid cloud deployments, persist petabytes of data, deliver millisecond response time and have near-perfect reliability. Traditional patterns and practices for enterprise Java application development simply can't support these demands, or are so complicated that entire systems can be brought down by single points of failure.

Introducing Typesafe ConductR, a Reactive Application Manager

Webinar

Reactive Typesafe ConductR

Introducing Typesafe ConductR, a Reactive Application Manager

with Christopher Hunt

As Reactive application development goes mainstream, Operations has become painfully aware that the demands of Reactive applications are simply not met by yesterday’s software architectures and technologies.

Typesafe is proud to announce the upcoming release of ConductR, a management tool for Operations to conveniently deploy and control Reactive, microservice-based applications running in a cluster.

Supplementing existing tools that focus on more traditional, monolithic application architectures, ConductR is built specifically for distributed Reactive applications, reflecting that Operations requires a different approach to both the tools and methodologies they use. Through proxying, load-balancing and integration with Typesafe Reactive Platform, ConductR helps Operations maintain system responsiveness, resiliency and elasticity at scale in the face of bursty traffic or service

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Spark GraphX in Action

Spark

Spark

Spark GraphX in Action

by Michael S. Malak

While graphs are often the most natural way to represent the connections among data, the complexity of large graphs makes them conceptually difficult and computationally expensive to explore, query, and analyze. GraphX, a powerful...

Reactive Web Applications with Play

Reactive Play

Reactive Play

Reactive Web Applications with Play

by Manual Bernhardt

The emerging reactive model is ideal for high-performance web applications that need to manage the unpredictably-bursty behavior of the web, along with the potential instability of running on networks you don't fully control. By u...

Functional Reactive Programming

Reactive

Reactive

Functional Reactive Programming

by Stephen Blackheath and Anthony Jones

Most software applications must handle user or system-generated events. The most widely-accepted event handling model is the Observer pattern, in which an object "listens" for changes in the application's state and then reacts by ...

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