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Building Microservices – Download FREE ebook

Microservices is a fast-evolving topic. Although the concept is not new, experiences from people all over the world, along with the emergence of new technologies, are having a profound effect on how they’re used. This book is full of concrete examples of microservices in action at organizations like Netflix, Amazon, Gilt, and the REA group, who have all found that ...

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MicroServices using Spring Boot & Spring Cloud – Part 1 : Overview

Nowadays MicroServices is the hot buzzword in software development and many organizations prefer building their enterprise applications using MicroServices architecture. In Java community, SpringBoot is the most widely used framework for building both monoliths and microservices. I am planning to write a series of articles covering how to build microservices using SpringBoot and SpringCloud. In this article we are going ...

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Java getting back to the browser?

Lead-in This article talks about WebAssembly and can be read to get the first glimpse of it. At the same time, I articulate my opinion and doubts. The summary is that WebAssembly is an interesting approach and we will see what it will become. Java in the Browser, the past There was a time when we could run Java applets ...

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Using Apache Kafka for Asynchronous Communication in Microservices

While microservice architecture might not be a silver bullet for all systems, it definitely has its advantages, especially when building a complex system with a lot of different components. Of course, if you’re considering microservices, you have to give serious thought to how the different services will communicate. In this post, we’ll look at how to set up an Apache ...

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Polyglot Applications

We had centralized applications. We introduced with distributed applications. Now, we have decentralized applications. Will it replace the whole system? I remember the emerge of NoSQL databases when I think about the future of data stores like IPFS which are designed as a P2P data store. One was claiming that NoSQL databases will replace SQL databases and another opposite of ...

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Getting Ready for Connected Enterprises: How We Built AppDynamics IoT Monitoring Platform

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! The AppDynamics End User Monitoring product has certainly evolved over time. It first launched in 2013 to monitor web applications running on browsers. Then, to address the shift of increasing mobile activity (thanks in large part to the introduction ...

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Why developers don’t use TDD

Although the total number of acronyms in the programing industry has probably already exceeded the number of stars observable on the moonless night sky, only a subset has gained popularity and recognition. TDD definitely belongs to this group. Judging by numerous conference lectures, books, podcasts, and blog posts, the fact that Test Driven Development is a widely known technique is ...

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