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Akka Cluster and Red Hat OpenShift: A Symbiotic Relationship


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Friday, November 20, 2020
1 p.m. ET

In this talk, Hugh McKee will discuss how Akka Java Cluster and OpenShift work together to create an optimal symbiotic relationship for high performing, distributed environments. Akka Cluster allows for building distributed applications on the Akka Platform. Requiring a resilient and elastic node management system, Akka Cluster gracefully handles nodes leaving and joining a running cluster while OpenShift adds and removes nodes as needed to increase capacity or recover from failures. This session will include a live demonstration.

Hugh McKee
Developer Advocate - Lightbend

Hugh McKee is a developer advocate at Lightbend focused on helping customers build resilient, scalable, and leading-edge systems. He is a sought out speaker at conferences around the world and is the author of "Designing Reactive Systems: The Role Of Actors In Distributed Architecture."

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