Many businesses are faced with some new messaging challenges for modern applications, such as horizontal scalability of the messaging tier, heterogeneous messaging systems and access methods, and extreme transaction processing. This presentation/demo will cover how businesses can overcome these messaging challenges with the use of Spring and RabbitMQ technologies. Tom will build a case for AMQP, explain how SpringSource is providing AMQP support via Spring AMQP and Spring Integration, explain how RabbitMQ is a modern messaging solution that offers a reliable, highly available, scalable and portable messaging system with predictable and consistent throughput and latency, and demonstrate how Spring Integration and RabbitMQ can be progressively introduced into a standard Spring web application deployed on Cloud Foundry.
Tom McCuch is a Solution Engineer for Hortonworks with over twenty two years of experience in software engineering. Tom specializes in the architecture, implementation, and deployment of distributed systems requiring high Reliability, Availability, and Scalability (RAS) features. Prior to Hortonworks, Tom worked for SpringSource - handling field architecture for their global accounts including Financial Services, Transportation, and Energy. Tom has consulted enterprise clients across multiple industries in the architecture of mission-critical solutions based on open source software as well as led the engineering of enterprise Java middleware supporting next-generation telecommunications products deployed at tier-1 telcos both in the U.S. and Europe.More About Tom »