At the beginning of a project, teams will usually spend a lot of time on infrastructure, making it hard to demo anything to the business. There is a constant battle between engineers and product owners on what needs to be built first.

But you do not need to compromise. Infrastructure can be generated, using an application generator called JHipster that allows scrum teams to focus primarily on delivering business value right at the start of a project.

In a live demo, we will show you how to first generate a new Angular/Spring Boot application with just a few keystrokes. Then we can quickly deploy that application to the cloud. Lastly, we will create a Jenkins pipeline for automated CI/CD and deploy some changes quickly. The audience members will be also able to interact with the application using their mobile device.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Introductions
  • Brief explanation of why starting a new project is hard
  • Brief tour of JHipster
  • Live demo to create and deploy an application to the cloud
  • Q&A

Learning Outcome

The audience will see how it is possible to get a modern web application up and running quickly and easily. The audience will see how to avoid waiting on infrastructure to get started. The audience will be introduced to JHipster as a tool for helping to make this happen.

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Developers, Product Owners and IT managers

Prerequisites for Attendees

none

schedule Submitted 11 months ago

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