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At Oracle Code One 2019  Rafael Guimares, Otavio Santana, and I presented this 45 minutes session for the first time. We provided a case of cloud migration and modernization of a widely use monolithic system with the help of MicroProfile, Jakarta EE, TomEEand Tribestream API Gateway in the Brazilian medical Industry that involved several challenges such as the fifth-largest population and largest territory in the world; technical complexity; and diversity, both geographic and economic.

At the beginning of 2020, we were invited via the Jakarta EE Community Forum signed up sheet here to present the session as part of the Jakarta Tech Talk series. Then, we did not anticipate the turn around the world would be in due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the role Java technologies would be playing to help the Brazil’s medical Industry. 

The revised session covers how the modern architecture is being used in the base systems allowing a quick timing and agile technical response to implement a series of new services for the Brazillian medical industry in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that involved population, pharmacies, medical research databases, doctors, and government agencies. Security and B2B integrations, scalability, and monitoring were critical baselines that allowed complex service development within a time frame of 5 days.


The 1hr video from the session is available HERE 

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Cesar Hernandez

Cesar Hernandez

César Hernández is a Senior Software Engineer at Tomitribe with experience in Enterprise Java Applications. He is a Java Champion, Duke's Choice Award winner, Eclipse Committer, Open Source advocate, teacher, and public speaker. When César is away from a computer, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing music with the Java Community Band, The Null Pointers. Follow Cesar on twitter @CesarHgt

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