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Modern application design with In-memory data fabrics

In this article, author of the book “High Performance in-memory computing with Apache Ignite”, discussing the design of modern application architecture with Apache Ignite. Part of this article taken from the book. Let’s take a quick look at an architecture of a traditional system. The traditional application architecture uses data stores which have synchronous read-write operations. This is useful for data ...

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Protecting Sensitive Data

If you are building a service that stores sensitive data, your number one concern should be how to protect it. What IS sensitive data? There are some obvious examples, like medical data or bank account data. But would you consider a dating site database as sensitive data? Based on a recent leaks of a big dating site I’d say yes. ...

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The Ten Commandments Of Continuous Delivery

Everyone wants to implement continuous delivery. After all, the benefits are too big to be ignored. Increase the speed of delivery, increase the quality, decrease the costs, free people to dedicate time on what brings value, and so on and so forth. Those improvements are like music to any decision maker. Especially if that person has a business background. If ...

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Handling the Extremes: Scaling and Streaming in Finance

Editor’s Note: At Strata+Hadoop World 2016 in New York, MapR Director of Enterprise Strategy & Architecture Jim Scott gave a presentation on “Handling the Extremes: Scaling and Streaming in Finance.” As Jim explains, agility is king in the world of finance, and a message-driven architecture is a mechanism for building and managing discrete business functionality to enable agility. In order to ...

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Language Server Protocol Talks at Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US

I’m particularly interested in learning more about Language Server Protocol at the combined Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US conferences at the end of March. We have a handful of projects doing work on the topic, and the opportunity to connect directly with the developers doing the work is too good of an opportunity to miss. I’m hoping to fit the following talks into ...

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How (not) to impress a potential CTO

The other day I was at an event for start-ups and entrepreneurs – no, not the “Agile for Startups” event I’m speaking at in a couple of weeks, for once I was in the audience. Half way through the organisers decided to do a type of speed networking – so we could get to know each other, find employees, find ...

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