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In this talk, I will demonstrate how to use best of breed tools in the Groovy ecosystem --- GVM, Lazybones, Shade, Spock, Groovy, Gradle & Cloud Foundry --- to build, test and deploy DropWizard applications.
Dropwizard is a JVM framework for building fast, ops-friendly high performance RESTful web services. It comes with out-of-the-box support for configuration management, logging and health monitoring.
I will also discuss how DropWizard services fit within a Grails-centric architecture and provide alternatives from the Grails world for many of the niceties provided by DropWizard.
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Building lightning fast REST Services with Dropwizard and Groovy
Tomas Lin is a Grails developer at BSkyB. He has worked with Groovy and Grails extensively on projects like Secret Escapes, Suzuki.ca, Cruiseline fans, Dan Aykryod Wines and Empora.com