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How to backup Neo4J on managed Kubernetes

In the following video I’ll explain how to take full and incremental backups of Neo4J instances that run in a managed Kubernetes environment. We’ll use additional pods to take remote backups and store the backup data on persistent volumes which are provided by our managed environment. In case you’re wondering how to deploy Neo4J to managed Kubernetes, have a look ...

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Deploying a Neo4J single core on managed Kubernetes

Besides running a database cluster, it might already be sufficient for your project to deploy a single instance. In the following video I’ll explain how to deploy a single core Neo4J instance using Helm to a managed Kubernetes cluster. I’ll be using a forked and modified version of the official Helm chart, which you can find in this GitHub repository ...

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Deploying a Neo4J cluster on managed Kubernetes

I’ve created some videos on how to deploy both a Neo4J cluster and standalone instance to a manged Kubernetes cluster. When running a database or any service with persistence concern, we need to take more considerations into account, most importantly how to implement persistent storage as well as automated processes such as backups. In the following video I’ll explain how ...

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Java/Cloud: How to Quickly Create a Kubernetes-ready REST Microservice

It is safe to say that the Microservice + Cloud combination is all the rage these days. Microservices are being developed more than ever, in turn resulting in an increase in the number of application deployments. During the past decade, containerization and orchestration tools such as Docker and Kubernetes were developed, making the microservice pattern really easy to adopt. This ...

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Apache Ignite and Spring on your Kubernetes Cluster Part 1: Spring Boot application

On a previous series of blogs we spun up an Ignite cluster on a Kubernetes cluster.In this tutorial we shall use the Ignite cluster created previously on with a Spring Boot Application. Let’s create our project using Spring Boot. The Spring Boot application will connect to the Ignite cluster. Let’s add our dependencies. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 ...

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