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Kogito, ergo Rules — Part 1: Bringing Drools Further

The Kogito initiative is our pledge to bring our business automation suite to the cloud and the larger Kubernetes ecosystem. But what does this mean for our beloved rule engine, Drools? In this post we introduce modular rule bases using rule units: a feature that has been experimental for a while in Drools 7, but that will be instrumental for ...

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Dynamic Content Caching with AWS Lambda, S3 and AWS CloudFront

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Serving content quickly is essential for any website or application to have better customer experience. If you have hosted your website or application in AWS Cloud, then it’s very easy to serve the content quickly with lower latency irrespective of where your application is being accessed from. AWS offers CloudFront service for caching the content in edge locations local to ...

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Multi-Cloud Interoperability != Cloud Services Aggregation

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Multi-cloud is defined as an approach that combines more than one cloud (public or private), from more than a single cloud vendor. However, this is not an aggregation of various services from different vendors, it requires a mandatory glue – cloud-agnostic approach with interoperability across all providers. Below we’ll cover what problems the right multi-cloud implementation can solve, what challenges can be ...

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3 Pitfalls Everyone Should Avoid with Hybrid Multicloud (Part 4)

The daily cloud hype is all around you, yet there are three pitfalls everyone should avoid. From cloud, hybrid cloud, to hybrid multicloud, you’re told this is the way to ensure a digital future for your business. These choices you’ve got to make don’t preclude the daily work of enhancing your customer’s experience and agile delivery of those applications. Let’s ...

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3 Pitfalls Everyone Should Avoid with Hybrid Multicloud (Part 3)

The daily cloud hype is all around you, yet there are three pitfalls everyone should avoid. From cloud, hybrid cloud, to hybrid multicloud, you’re told this is the way to ensure a digital future for your business. These choices you’ve got to make don’t preclude the daily work of enhancing your customer’s experience and agile delivery of those applications. Let’s ...

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3 Pitfalls Everyone Should Avoid with Hybrid Multicloud (Part 2)

If you already have full control of your on premise data centers, yet can’t stop under utilizing and overpaying for resources, then how can you expect to prevent these costs from rolling over in to your cloud strategy? The daily cloud hype is all around you, yet there are three pitfalls everyone should avoid. From cloud, hybrid cloud, to hybrid ...

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Attaining Nirvana: The Four Levels of Cloud Maturity

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! Cloud adoption is a journey where the adoption of microservices on cloud platforms (public or private) can lead to greater agility, significant cost savings, and superior elasticity for organizations. Read more to learn how a considered approach and adopting ...

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Cloud Business Growth Hacks: Follow the Tips to Benefit

Analytical companies and media recorded a rise in the cloud market. Providers and their customers learned that the cloud market is growing by 20-30% annually, and the development of cloud business is ahead of the classical IT market and the distribution market. The main customers of cloud services in the outgoing year were companies working in retail. It seems that ...

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Host your maven artifacts using Google Cloud Storage

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If you use Google Cloud and you use Java for your projects then Google Cloud Storage is a great place to host your teams artifacts. It is easy to setup and pretty cheap. Also it is much simpler than setting one of the existing repository options (jfrog, nexus, archiva etc) if you are not particularly interested in their features. To ...

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