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Tomorrow is my first day working for ServiceNow. It was a tough decision to leave IBM – and I know that I will certainly miss working with my former co-workers – but I think it was the right one for me.
Can it really be that easy?! Yes it can! Come check out this session where we’ll discuss and demo how you can rapidly build data-driven microservices using GraphQL. MicroProfile GraphQL makes it simple to create Java-based GraphQL services with a few annotations. JPA makes it simple to access data in a database. When you put these two technologies together, sparks will fly (the good kind)! With very little code, we can build services that allow clients to get exactly what they want from the database. Want to add other qualities of service – like security, fault tolerance, metrics? No problem. Check out this session to learn more about what you can do with these powerful technologies.
The following in an excerpt from Practical Cloud-Native Java Development with MicroProfile from Packt Publishing. It is available for pre-order from Amazon.com and directly from Packt. It is scheduled for release in September. This excerpt comes from chapter 4: Building Cloud-Native Applications and describes how to build a more real-world RESTful application using Jakarta REST…
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