Broadleaf Commerce, the eCommerce platform solution provider for enterprise commerce brands, including O’Reilly Auto Parts and The Container Store, has announced their participation at SpringOne Platform 2016. Taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from August 1 to August 4, SpringOne Platform is an idea hub intended for application developers, solution architects, web operations, and IT teams that utilize Spring.
Broadleaf offers a market-leading customizable and highly scalable eCommerce system with Spring-based architecture and clearly defined extension patterns. Several members of the Broadleaf architecture team, including CTO Jeff Fischer and Software Architect Phillip Verheyden, will be at the Broadleaf booth to discuss Spring and its eCommerce application within the Broadleaf framework. Verheyden, a SpringOne veteran, has previously presented at the conference, speaking on migration from Spring 3 to Spring 4.
Accompanying Verheyden at the Broadleaf booth will be Senior Software Engineer Chad Harchar. “The Spring Framework easily allows customization within your application, which is a main feature for Broadleaf as well,” stated Harchar. “Engineers enjoy the flexibility offered by both.”
Sessions presented at the conference are designed for developers who use the open-source Spring IO technologies. Speakers will present over Spring Boot, Spring Data REST, microservices, and Cloud Foundry.
Those interested in learning more about the Broadleaf system are also invited to join upcoming web events or contact Broadleaf directly at email@example.com.
About Broadleaf Commerce, LLC
Broadleaf Commerce provides B2B and B2C eCommerce platform solutions to simplify the complexities of multi-channel commerce and digital experience management. As the market-leading choice for enterprise organizations requiring tailored, highly scalable commerce systems, Broadleaf is fully customizable and extensible. Trusted by Fortune 500 corporations, yet priced for the mid-market, Broadleaf provides the framework for leading brands, including Google, The Container Store, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and Vology. For more information, visit: http://www.broadleafcommerce.com.