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This talk will give Reactor a proper introduction and show sample code that demonstrates the event-driven and composition-based nature of Reactor.
Reactor was recently made public after a two-year incubation, evolving slowly alongside frameworks like Storm, Akka, GPars or Vert.x. Integrated with Grails through events plugin, Reactor takes the best ideas from several asynchronous toolsets and synthesizes them into a coherent framework that supports a variety of runtime topologies and makes it easy for developers to efficiently leverage their cloud or traditional hardware assets.
Reactor is equally at home inside or outside a Spring ApplicationContext and also provides first-class Groovy support in the form of DSLs and language extensions. Special attention has been given to make Reactor easy enough to use to create single-file node.js-like applications, while maintaining a solid asynchronous toolset that works with Data tools like Gemfire, Spring Integration, and Spring Batch.
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Reactor - a foundation for asynchronous applications on the JVM
Working at Pivotal, Stephane is Software Architect with extensive experience aligning various OSS technologies. Multi-tasker eating tech 24/7, Stephane is interested in cloud computing, data science and messaging. He is on a mission to help organisations transform their applications into consumer-grade software. He co-founded the Reactor Project to help developers create reactive, low-latency fast data architectures on the JVM and beyond.