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How to put the JBoss HR Employee Rewards project into the Cloud

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We have been discussing why application developers can’t ignore their stack anymore in the  App Dev Cloud Stack series. We talked about the various layers from the bottom up, but have yet to provide you with any application development tooling beyond the Red Hat  Container Development Kit (CDK). All you have so far is an easy to install project called the ...

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Solving Problems with the Right Technology: Hadoop and RDBMS

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In some circles today there is a sort of ‘Hadoop vs. RDBMS’ debate ongoing. Often the discussion casts Hadoop as the obvious heir apparent in the data processing world, with RDBMS cast as your father’s Oldsmobile. This debate is somewhat misdirected and the discussion could lead organizations away from the strategy they really should be following, namely a strategy of ...

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In Your Face! Figuring Out Apple’s Face Detection API

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I am making a native iOS app that has face detection. Apple has an awesome image detection API that can find faces, barcodes, and even rectangular shapes in images or video frames. The API came out with iOS 5.0, but I thought that an updated example with Swift 2.2 and Xcode 7.3 would hopefully help people out. The code, located ...

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Seting up https for your REST API with Boxfuse

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In my last post I showed how easy it was to get your REST API based on Spring Boot framework up and running on AWS with the help of Boxfuse. The next step is making use of SSL for the communication with the API. By using SSL we make sure our data is save during the transport between our REST ...

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Service Discovery with Docker and Consul: part 2

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So, welcome to the second part of the series on using Consul for service discovey together with docker. In this second article we’ll look at how you can use a number of Consul related tools, so make service discovery, and a couple of other related functionalities a lot easier. For the other articles in this series you can look here: ...

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Programmatic jcmd Access

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Questions posed online demonstrate the occasional desire of developers to access via their Java applications the types of information normally gained from running JConsole, VisualVM, or JDK command-line tools externally against the application. Here are some examples of those types of questions: How to get jmap histogram programmatically? Programmatically dumping heap from Java applications find which type of garbage collector ...

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Accurest and Stub Runner 1.1.0.M3

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Currently at the Spring Team we’re polishing our libraries for the upcoming final release of the Brixton train. It should happen soon :) Until then I’m spending a lot of my after work, free time on Accurest and Stub Runner. Today’s post will be about the new stuff that you will be able to profit from in the upcoming 1.1.0 ...

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Application Modules and Entity Cache

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Any ADF developer with some basic knowledge of ADF Business Components would be familiar with the following diagram: It represents the core building blocks of ADF Business Components at run-time. There is an instance of a root application module containing view object instances. View object instances might be backed up by entity objects that are stored in entity collection or in other words entity ...

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Microservices are about applying a group of Best Practices

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Microservices Denial A number of times clients have said; they can’t imagine their organisation using Microservices. I found this surprising as I know those people are using many of the principles of Microservices already. I can understand that they feel no need to join the hype around microservices, but the reality is, like it or not, you are most likely ...

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