Microservice architecture to the rescue

Using microservices to power fashion search and discovery

Microservices became a design style to define system architectures, purify core business concepts, evolve solutions in parallel, make things look uniform, and implement stable and consistent interfaces across systems. In this post, Zalando’s Dmitry Kolesnikov discusses the company’s principles for microservice development of stateful solutions such as fashion search and discovery.

We brought some sanity back in how we build and run software

From the Monolith to Microservices

As projects got bigger and the number of teams and modules involved increased, it became obvious that the monolith approach wasn’t scalable anymore for a number of reasons. In this post, Mete Atamel, Developer Advocate at Google and speaker at JAX DevOps 2017, identifies four reasons why the shift from monolith to microservices has become necessary.

The first openHAB release based on Eclipse SmartHome

openHAB 2 has arrived

In this post, Kai Kreuzer, founder of openHAB.org and Project Lead of Eclipse SmartHome, announces the release of openHAB 2.0, the first openHAB release based on Eclipse SmartHome, and reveals what’s under its hood.

Let's look toward the future

The future of build tools

One of the most important aspects of a build tool is to make developers and build engineers highly productive. In this article, Stefan Oehme, core developer at Gradle, talks about Gradle’s plans for 2017.

First things first

IoT memory: An overview of the options

The rapid development of the Internet of Things has created a number of exciting new opportunities and challenges for designers. However, one consideration cannot be overlooked: the need for the device to have memory. In this article, Cher Zevala compares memory options and revisits the IoT memory types.