Marko Asplund

About Marko Asplund

Marko is an enterprise technology architect working with client projects across different industry verticals and technologies. His assignments have involved diverse manifestations of server-based architectures, Java technologies and middleware: from SOA to RESTful architectures, from Java to Ruby and from relational to NoSQL databases. He is passionate about continuous improvement in all areas of software development including technology, code design, development practices, methodologies and tools.

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An open web application framework benchmark

Selecting a platform for your next application development project can be a complex and burdensome undertaking. It can also be very intriguing and a lot of fun. There’s a wide range ...
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Daemonizing JVM-based applications

Deployment architecture design is a vital part of any custom-built server-side application development project. Due to it’s significance, deployment architecture design should commence ...
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Thoughts on The Reactive Manifesto

Reactive programming is an emerging trend in software development that has gathered a lot of enthusiasm among technology connoisseurs during the last couple of years. After studying ...
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Implementing Jersey 2 Spring integration

Jersey is the excellent Java JAX-RS specification reference implementation from Oracle. Last year, when we were starting to build RESTful backend web services for a high-volume website, ...
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Practical NoSQL experiences with Apache Cassandra

Most of the backend systems I’ve worked with over the years have employed relational database storage in some role. Despite many application developers complaining about RDBMS performance, ...
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A JVM polyglot experiment with JRuby

The nice thing about hobby technology projects is that you get to freely explore and learn new things. Sometimes this freedom makes the project go off at a tangent, and it’s in those ...
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