Not too long ago, a reactive variant of the JDBC API was released, known as Reactive Relational Database Connectivity (R2DBC). While R2DBC started as an experiment to enable integration of SQL databases into systems that use reactive programming models, it now specifies a robust specification that can be implemented to manage data in a fully-reactive and completely non-blocking fashion.
In this session, we’ll briefly go over the fundamentals that make R2DBC so powerful. Then we’ll take a pragmatic look at the recently released R2DBC driver from MariaDB to shed some light on how you can take advantage of crucial concepts, like event-driven behavior and back pressure, that enable fully-reactive, non-blocking interactions with relational databases.
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