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How to Build a Maven Plugin

Easily deploy your app with Okta’s identity management platform Use Okta’s API to authenticate, manage, and secure users in any app within minutes. Try Okta today. Apache Maven is still the most popular build tool in the Java space, thanks to the popularity of its ecosystem of plugins. It’s easy to find an existing plugin to do almost anything your ...

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AtomicInteger on Java and Round-Robin

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AtomicInteger belongs to the family of Atomic Variables. The main benefit is that using it, is not blocking instead of doing a blocking synchronization, thus you avoid the suspension and rescheduling of thread. The AtomicInteger is based on the Compare and Swap mechanism and is part of the scalar group of the atomic variables. Our first use case would be a ...

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Restoring Cassandra Priam Backup With sstableloader

I’ve previously written about setting up Cassandra and Priam for backup and cluster management. The example that I gave for backup restore there, however, is not applicable in every situation – it may not work on a completely separate cluster, for example. Or in case of partial restore to just one table, rather than the whole database. In such cases ...

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SQL as a Service

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I’ve been thinking about this since 2007, somewhere around the time S3 was launched by Amazon. I even tried to implement it a few times, but failed right after the design phase. I’ve heard about a startup, which tried to do it too, but also failed. I’m still not sure whether it’s possible to do, but it could definitely become ...

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Apache Ivy 2.5.0 released

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This week, we released 2.5.0 version of Apache Ivy. Apache Ivy is a build dependency manager that is integrated with the Apache Ant build tool. The download is available as usual at https://ant.apache.org/ivy/download.cgi. This 2.5.0 version comes after a long gap in releases of Ivy. 2.4.0 was released way back on December 26 2014. After that, the project has seen ...

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Stream Big Data with Apache Kafka Integration

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Apache Kafka is being increasingly integrated into a variety of systems and solutions, from filtering and processing large amounts of data real-time, to logging and creating metric data into a centralized handler from different sources. Using CData Sync, such solutions can easily be applied to any CRM, ERP or Analytics software. Configuring Apache Kafka Destination for CData Sync Setting up the ...

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Spring Boot Microservices , Docker and Kubernetes workshop – part3

In the previous posts we build few micro services (Order Service, Product Service, Customer Service) for an order management system using Docker and Spring Boot. We used Netflix libraries to manage, discover and load balance the micro services. Managing these micro services and their multiple containers could get a bit tricky; especially in terms of Scalability, Observability, Security, Monitoring and ...

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Database Week at the AWS Loft

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Here are my notes: https://databaseweekoctober2019sf.splashthat.com Databases on AWS: The Right Tool for the Right Job I’m not taking super deep notes for many of these talks. I’m focusing on the highlights. PostgreSQL came after MySQL. 8 categories of DBs on AWS: RelationalKey valueDocumentIn-memoryGraphSearchTime seriesLedger Search for: AWS Database Services For relational, they have Amazon Aurora. It’s compatible with MySQL and ...

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Top 6 Most Used Redis Libraries

Currently the most popular key-value store in the world, Redis has earned its wide adoption rate by providing high speeds and low latency, packed with a flexible feature-set aimed at app developers.  Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker distributed under the BSD license. Redis is used by many leading tech brands ...

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