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An application designer usually has to choose where to trade flexibility for specificity (and thus usually performance); knowing when and where to do so is an art and requires experience. This talk will share over a decades worth of experience making these decisions and the learnings from developing Pivotal's successful Real Time Intelligence (RTI) product using the latest versions of Spring projects: Integration, Data, Boot, MVC/REST and XD. A walk through the RTI architecture will provide the base for an explanation about how Spring performs at hundreds (and millions) of events/operations per second and the techniques that you can use right now in your own Spring applications to minimise resource utilisation and gain performance.
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Stuart is a results driven technology leader with over fifteen years of experience in software and enterprise application development. He is also well versed in architecting complex systems, public and private cloud, increasing market share, profitability and performance of software solutions with capabilities to manage large teams; provide solution design and application development across multiple environments in the retail and financial industry segments.