San Diego Java User's Group, July 15th 2014
Tyler Jewell: Write Java Apps Faster Using SaaS Developer Environments
Abstract: The Java community is filled with terrific solutions for enabling development of apps. Every Java developer has their choice of tools and the openness of the platform makes it accessible to anyone and extensible by everyone.
But why then, is 99% of all development still done locally? While sales, marketing, customer service, support, finance, and infrastructure has steadily moved to the cloud over the past decade, Java development remains rooted on the desktop. Will it always be this way?
In this session, we will discuss the evolution of remote development of Java applications and the emergence of SaaS Developer Environments. Often times called a cloud IDE, a SaaS environment can eliminate configuration, increase collaboration, and alleviate management concerns around consistency, compliance, and velocity. In essence, SaaS developer environments can make agile, more agile.
1) Why Cloud Development
2) Types of SaaS Developer Environments
3) Demo of Codenvy Cloud
** Remote workspace & project configuration
** CLI & Browser access
** Temporary, on-demand environments
** Shared development: editor, syntax analysis, collaborative coding
** Cloud build, dependency management, unit test (maven / ant / groovy)
** Cloud debug (runner, multi-process container, shell access)
** Project persistence (storage, image mgmt, privacy)
** Project creation (resource management, cloud bindings)
** Datasource management (cloud vs. local resources)
** Analytics (user dashboard, derived metrics, session tracking)
** Cloning (creating re-usable environments, embeddable, customizable)
** Plug-ins (extending browser and server-side cloud functionality)
** APIs (accounts, workspaces, projects, runners, builders, etc.)
** Offline and On-Premises Access (running proprietary clouds)
i) Lift, grails, wicket, tapestry, GWT, JSF, Thymelaf, xtream, Vaadin, Shale, velocity, Play, Struts
ii) JBoss, GlassFish, WebSphere, Oracle WebLogic, Jetty, Resin, Tomcat, Virgo, Geronimo, TomEE
iii) JRuby, Groovy, Maximize, Kotlin, Jython, Scala, Ceylon, Clojure, Rhino.
Bio: Tyler is CEO of Codenvy and a partner with Toba Capital managing investments in middleware and application development. He sits on the board of WSO2, Sauce Labs, and eXo Platform. He has investments in ZeroTurnaround, InfoQ, and AppHarbor and is an advisor for SD Elements, shiftMobility, and SourceGraph. He is the author of three books on Java, including OReilly's Java Web Services.
Company Bio: Codenvy makes fast, secure, and extensible developer environments that eliminates inefficiencies in software development, improves release velocity and secures IP. The Codenvy Developer Environment Cloud is available in our hosted cloud or your on-premises environment. Based upon open Eclipse projects, Codenvy works with your processes by integrating with traditional IDEs, ALM, frameworks, libraries, databases, code repositories, CI, and PAAS/IAAS. This simplicity is why Google, WSO2, Atlassian, Intuit and Accenture use Codenvy today.
We have 50 employees with offices in San Francisco, Redding, Luxembourg, and the Ukraine. Codenvy has raised $9M from Toba Capital, Auriga Ventures, and angels. For more information, please visit us at Codenvy.com.
SDJUG Page for this presentation: http://www.sdjug.org/2014-07-15