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Showing posts with label microservices. Show all posts
Showing posts with label microservices. Show all posts

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Dropwizard Automatic Build and Deploy to Cloud-Native Microservices

Today we keep covering the topic of building Java microservices, so decided to pay heed to a popular framework, called Dropwizard. Compar...
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Measuring Microservice Latency With HTTPing

Summary Httping is like ping but for http-requests. Latency for MicroServices is defined as the time it takes to send a request and the t...
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Dynamically Update Your Microservice Configuration

Most applications require configuration that is specific to the environment in which they run. Different environments require different c...
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How to Build and Deploy Fat or Thin Vert.x Microservice Applications to the Cloud

Eclipse Vert.x started to promote microservices even before this buzzword appeared and continues to showcase the benefits of such an appr...
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How Microservices and Fast Data Are Converging

Mark Brewer is CEO of Lightbend, the company known for bringing Reactive to JVM application development. With Strata Data Conference in N...
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Breaking the Monolithic Database in Your Microservices Architecture

When you are decomposing your application to adopt microservices architecture, it is important to focus on the monolithic database. You w...
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Testing Microservices: Tools and Frameworks

We face some key challenges around microservices architecture testing. The selection of the right tools is one of the elements that help ...
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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Data Consistency in Microservices Architecture

In microservices, one logically atomic operation can frequently span multiple microservices. Even a monolithic system might use multiple ...
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Thorntail: Fat, Thin, and Skinny Approaches for Running Microservice Applications

Thorntail, originally WildFly Swarm, is the most suitable for packaging applications as JAR , WAR or EAR files. The most important value ...
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Sergey Bykov at Reactive Summit: Distributed Transactions in 2018

A Principal Software Engineering Manager at Microsoft, Sergey Bykov is one of the founders of the Orleans project at Microsoft Research, ...
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Why Bare Metal Is Challenging VMs in Microservices Deployments

Jeff Chou is CEO of Diamanti, a company focused on container infrastructure, with a founding executive team out of Cisco and Veritas. Ove...
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Achieve: JavaScript Servlets on Node.js

Achieve is a modern HTTP server that runs on Node.js and uses JavaScript Servlets to initiate backend processing. (npm, GitHub) JS Servle...
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Implementation of Redis in a Microservice/Spring Boot Application

What Is Redis? Redis is an open-source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker. It ...
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Microservices Aren’t Magic: Handling Timeouts

Microservices are a big deal. They can give us some pretty big wins for our architectures and teams, but microservices have plenty of cos...
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How Anti-Patterns Can Stifle Microservices Adoption in the Enterprise

Continuously build, test and monitor your Microservices for optimal performance. Summary For companies migrating their architecture to mi...
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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Voltaire, Vonnegut, and the Vocabulary of Microservices

I took my son to the library the other day to get some books to read over summer break. While there, I stumbled across a copy of Voltaire...
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Netflix Eureka Discovery – Microservices

In the headline, we saw three buzzwords: Microservices Netflix Eureka Discovery (Registry) What Is a Microservice? In simple words, micro...
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Microservices on AWS Fargate

The initial AWS ECS (Elastic Container Service) release enabled the creation of Docker images and running them on EC2 instances. This was...
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Monday, October 8, 2018

Dilemma on Utility Modules: Making a JAR or a Separate Microservice?

In my previous article, I talked about how you can come to a conclusion about what to choose for your new project: microservices or a mon...
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Saturday, October 6, 2018

Kubernetes for Scalability and High Availability in Microservices

Enterprise applications have to be designed upfront for scalability and change. This has significant implications for both application ar...
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