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Saturday, October 28 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Java EE 7 with Apache Spark for the World’s Largest Credit Card Core Systems, and Beyond

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Financial industry companies needs Java EE to power for its business today. Rakuten Card, one of the largest credit card companies in Japan, adopted Java EE 7 for its credit card core systems rearchitecture, from one of the oldest COBOL based mainframe in Japan. Additionally, we chose Apache Spark for super rapid batch execution platform. We completed this big core system migration project successfully.

You can learn why we choose Java EE, and Apache Spark for super rapid batch execution, and our experiences and lessons we learned. How to start such a the big project? Why we choose it, how we ported, how use Apache Spark for performance improvements, and launched with? We’ll answer these questions and any that you may have.

Additionally we are going to unvail our future roadmap for expanding our systems as well, with the cutting edge technology and standards.

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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 October 28, 2017 12:00pm - 12:45pm JST
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