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The AppD Approach: One Size Agent Doesn’t Fit All

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! When it comes to deploying agents for your APM solution, a one-size-fits-all approach may sound tempting, but like most one-size solutions, they simply can’t hold up to the countless scenarios encountered in today’s enterprises.  We take a different approach ...

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JSON Schema’s Role in Building and Deploying Your API

What is JSON Schema? It provides a thorough way of describing the structure and properties of any JSON value. It is supremely useful in documenting requests made to and responses from any JSON API. This article will look at its role in the software development cycle of an API. Documenting JSON Response formats Perhaps the most obvious use case for ...

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Is the Service Layer Obsolete?

A few months back, I had a conversation with my colleague, Lorenzo Dee, about Service classes. “In many cases, you don’t need them… you can just have inject your Repositories straight into the Controller.” I was shocked! What kind of heresy is this! This is a violation of Separation of Concerns! Your codebase will be cursed with rigid, tightly-coupled code that ...

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Kanban paradox: Kanban compared to Scrum

For a while now I’ve been seeing a paradox with Kanban. Specifically, Kanban compared to Scrum. For a team new to Agile – although some regard this as heretical I place Kanban under the Agile umbrella, yes I know its more about Lean than Agile but of cause Agile is itself a Lean method, anyway… For team, specifically a software ...

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Neo4j: Traversal query timeout

I’ve been spending some of my spare time over the last few weeks creating an application that generates running routes from Open Roads data – transformed and imported into Neo4j of course! I’ve created a user defined procedure which combines several shortest path queries, but I wanted to exit any of these shortest path searches if they were taking too ...

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