We had the Distributed Morning@Lohika with two great speakers Andriy Rymar, Senior Software Engineer at Lohika and Nazarii Cherkas, Solution Architect at Hazelcast.
The event took place on the 23rd of June, at Lohika Lviv Office.
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Senior software engineer with 8+ years of experience. Andriy appreciates colleagues who share their experience with others because he truly believes that we can become better only if we help others to be better too. He is a part of Morning@Lohika program committee and do his best to help other speakers receive feedback before their actual talk. Open to any discussion even if it is not related to IT world and would be happy to meet new and interesting people.
Atomix & Distributed Fighters
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How is it difficult to create a robust distributed system in our time? Do we really need to develop own communication protocols and take care of fault tolerance? With such frameworks as Atomix, an answer is NO. Atomix is already taking care of all the necessary parts of distributed systems, you just need to use it correctly. In this talk, you will get acquainted with Atomix Framework and will see how easy it is to build non-blocking distributed system.
Senior Software Engineer and Solutions Architect with 7+ years of experience in designing and building complex systems on top of Java stack. I’ve been involved in various projects from the critical healthcare systems and high-tech Silicon Valley startups to the large-scale back-end infrastructures used by one of the biggest airlines. Passionate about community knowledge sharing, distributed systems, and low-latency processing approaches.
In-Memory Stream Processing with Hazelcast Jet
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In-Memory is fast and things get better when you’re riding the stream on the right distributed boat. In this talk, we will have a brief overview of the Stream Processing paradigm and will learn about the new Hazelcast product called Jet, which is designed for In-Memory Streaming and Fast Batch Processing.
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