Saturday, November 21 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Real-World Batch Processing with Java/JavaEE : Rakuten Card

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Batch processing plays a key role in most organizations, mainly because it doesn’t need much human intervention. This session explores various ways in which batch processing can implemented with Java EE. It includes an analysis of batch implementation with JSR 352 and embedded EJB containers. By the end of the session, the attendees should be able to understand when to use JSR 352 and when not to, the benefits of using an embedded EJB container for batch processing, and the best practices to follow when designing batch processes.

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Kingston Chan

Software Engineer, Rakuten Bank
Kingston joined Rakuten in Apr 2015 as a new graduate and is currently working at Rakuten Bank as a software engineer. In university, he played a major role in developing a core banking infrastructure from scratch using current banking best practices, based on web services using a... Read More →

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Arshal Ameen

Team Manager, Rakuten, Inc.
Arshal Ameen is chief engineer and team leader of Rakuten Card web service systems. He is leading our development of JEE systems for Rakuten Card, Inc. As a development leader he maintains and directs defining and development of software according to right standards and requirements... Read More →
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Hirofumi Iwasaki

Group Manager, Rakuten Card Co.,Ltd.
17 Years of experience in planning, designing and implementation of Japanese financial, manufacturing and public enterprise system with emphasis in Java EE and .NET enterprise middleware. Opus: JavaOne 2015, 2014, Oracle OpenWorld 2014, Java Day Tokyo 2015, 2014, etc.

Saturday November 21, 2015 4:00pm - 4:45pm JST
4th Floor : Track B Asakai B

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