Baruch Sadogursky (a.k.a JBaruch) is the Developer Advocate at JFrog. For a living he hangs out with JFrog’s tech leaders, writes code around the JFrog Platform and its ecosystem, and then speaks and blogs about it all. He has been doing this for the last dozen years or so, and enjoys every minute of it.
Baruch is @jbaruch on twitter and mostly blogs on http://www.jfrog.com/blog/ and http://blog.bintray.com. He is a professional conference speaker on DevOps, Java and Groovy topics, and is a regular at the industry’s most prestigious events including JavaOne (where he was awarded a Rock Star award), DockerCon, Devoxx, DevOps Days, OSCON, Qcon and many others.
Moar puzzlers! The more we work with Java 8, the more we go into the rabbit hole. Did they add all those streams, lambdas, monads, Optionals and CompletableFutures only to confuse us? It surely looks so! And Java 9 that heads our way brings even more of what we like the most, more puzzlers, of course! In this season we as usual have a great batch of the best Java WTF, great jokes to present them and great prizes for the winners!
Faceoff between two the most popular project automation tools! The heat is on! We'll compare solutions for different project automation problems in Maven and in Gradle, highlighting the strengths of each one, and you, the audience, will name the winner!
Docker is 3 years old already and best practices yet to be established. Almost anything in Docker can be done in at least 3 ways. In this fun hands-on session we will show you a lot of three-way alternatives for doing things with Docker: 3 ways to load configurations of containers, 3 ways to manage images, 3 ways to orchestrate containers, 3 ways to discover containers, 3 ways to … you got the idea. We provide the solutions, you compare and vote to select the best one!
A private Java (Maven or Gradle) repository as a service can be setup in the cloud. A private Docker registry as a service can be easily setup in the cloud. But what if you want to build a holistic CI/CD pipeline, and on the cloud of YOUR choice?
In this talk Arun and Baruch will take you through steps of setting up a universal artifact repository, which can serve for both Java and Docker. You'll learn how to build a CI/CD pipeline with traceable metadata from the Java source files all the way to Docker images. Amazon, Azure, and Google Cloud (do you have setup that works on these?) will be used as an example although the recipes shown would be applicable to other cloud as well.