Building microservices with Helidon

Day 5 /  / Track 2  /  RU / Introduction to technology

There are currently three new generation Java frameworks to build cloud-native microservices: Micronaut, Quarkus and Helidon. The first two are well known by Russian developers, Helidon is kinda a dark horse. The main goal of this presentation is to introduce users to project Helidon, show what they can achieve with it, demonstrate some key features and compare it with other microservices frameworks. 60% of presentations are slides, 40% is live coding. The presentation will cover Helidon 2.0 which is planned to be released in Q1 2020. So, the topic will be fresh.


Dmitry Kornilov

Senior Software Development Manager at Oracle. Helidon project lead. Eclipse EE4J Project Management Committee member. Leading JSON Binding, JSON Processing, EclipseLink and Yasson projects. Active JCP member holding the "Outstanding Spec Lead 2016" award, JCP Star Spec Lead. Over 20 years of experience in design and implementation of complex software systems, defining systems architecture, team leading and project management. Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Aircraft Institute (Technical University).

Invited Experts

Yuri Artamonov

For the last 10 years Yuriy have been developing libraries, frameworks and tools for developers. As part of his academic activities, he mentored applied math students from the Samara University.

Now he works in IntelliJ IDEA team trying to improve lives of developers using various tools. Author of the Selenium UI Testing plugin and maintainer of the Gauge for IntelliJ IDEA support.