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Asynchronous and Reactive Database Access
This session presents an advance look at ADBA, a proposed standard for asynchronous and reactive RDBMS access. This new API is nonblocking, and based on java.util.concurrent.CompletionStage and java.utilconcurrent.Flow. This API is not intended to be an extension to or replacement for JDBC. It is an entirely separate API that provides completely nonblocking RDBMS access and supports reactive streams with back-pressure where appropriate. This session gives an update on the JSR, the API, the reference implementation, and the TCK.
Kuassi Mensah is a director of product management at Oracle. He covers the following product areas:
He holds an MS CS from the Programming Institute of the University of Paris. He is a frequent speaker at Java One, JUG meetups, Scale by the Bay, JavaZone, Devnexus, Oracle Code One, Data Summit, Node Summit, and Oracle User groups.
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