High Performant, Scalable Batch Processing with Spring Batch and Kubernetes

Duration: 25 mins
Madhusudhana Ganeshappa
Technical Architect, IG

A modern batch application must be able to take advantage of the unprecedented performance and scalable functionality of today’s containerized platform's such as Kubernetes. The results one should expect with such an approach is a more responsive and highly reliable system that is focused on improving higher throughput. Systems can easily grow from single unit instances into larger enterprise-wide deployments.

Join Madhu in for a short talk to look at how you can scale a spring batch application on Kubernetes using remote partitioning technique.

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