Introducing Spring for Apache Pulsar

Track: Frameworks
Spring for Apache Pulsar is a library that makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications using Apache Pulsar that you can "just run". In this talk we will explore Spring for Apache Pulsar by looking at the core features that it provides. We will see how this library unlocks developer velocity via Spring Boot foundations when designing pub-sub solutions with Apache Pulsar . You will witness a live demo where we create a basic Spring for Apache Pulsar app and evolve it from imperative -> reactive -> native. Apache Pulsar is a cloud-native, multi-tenant, high-performance solution for server-to-server messaging and queuing built on the pub-sub pattern. Pulsar combines the best features of a traditional messaging system like RabbitMQ with those of a pub-sub system like Apache Kafka.
Chris Bono
Chris is a staff software engineer on the Spring Team at VMware. He is focused on Spring for Apache Pulsar, Spring Cloud Dataflow, and Spring Cloud Stream Applications.
Christophe Bornet
Christophe is a senior software engineer at DataStax. Open-Source lover, he is a core team member of JHipster and OpenAPI-generator. He discovered Pulsar in 2018 during a R&D project he was leading at Cdiscount and since then has made various contributions to it.