Want to learn how to achieve high availability with Akka Cluster and Akka Persistence in Scala or Java?
We have invited Scala expert Heiko Seeberger to give a talk and demonstrate how to turn a simple service from running on a single server to an Akka cluster.
Come along and discover various advanced Akka features and patterns, e.g. spray (or Akka HTTP), Akka Cluster and Akka Persistence.
About Akka Akka is a toolkit and runtime for building highly concurrent, distributed, and fault tolerant event-driven applications on the JVM.
About Spray spray is an open-source toolkit for building REST/HTTP-based integration layers on top of Scala and Akka. Being asynchronous, actor-based, fast, lightweight, modular and testable it's a great way to connect your Scala applications to the world.
About Scala Scala is a functional programming language on the JVM.
You can find lots of SkillsCast recordings of Scala related talks by the Skills Matter community here
And if you like to contribute to our thriving Scala community, join in to learn and share Scala skills at some of the many talks, conferences, hackathons and meetups in the coming weeks and months!
Typesafe helps developers build Reactive applications with Play Framework, Akka, and Scala. You can find out more about Typesafe here.
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High availability with Akka Cluster and Akka Persistence
Heiko Seeberger loves rock climbing, is an internationally renowned expert on Scala, Akka and Functional Programming and is enthusiastic about Rust. He has more than twenty years of experience in software engineering, consulting and training and is an active open source contributor. Heiko works as an independent consultant and regularly shares his knowledge at conferences and user group meetings. He tweets as @hseeberger and sometimes blogs at heikoseeberger.rocks.