If your team is considering a micro-services approach, this is one introduction video you’ll want to watch. With practical examples, Chris Richardson shows us how decomposing applications into micro-services improves deployability and scalability.
Eric Evans, author of the IT bestseller “Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software”, had some interesting things to say about why microservices and DDD are made for each other.
Eric Evans, the author of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) explains the fundamental concept behind DDD and how it can help developers and designers in the inevitable move towards microservices.
At the opening to the annual JAX conference in Mainz, Germany, developers were reminded of how little they know, and the one fact that they need to remember.
Michael Nygard’s Circuit Breaker Pattern has been adopted by Netflix and been established as a central part of Resilient Software Design. Its acclaimed author explains the benefits of Resilient Software Design and why it matters exactly how we fail.
Bintray and Artifactory have now welcomed Docker containers on board, but JFrog co-founder tells us Bintray will remain open to other container solutions that might overcome Docker’s “childhood problems”.
Red Hat is joining in on the microservices trend with a newer operating system for running Linux containers.
Veteran banking developer and JAX Finance speaker Mashooq Badar explains what it’s like to work in finance and the obstacles that developers face.
Looking to fine tune your Java-based system? Then you need to hear the wise words of Kirk Pepperdine, who is hereby dubbed the all-round Java mechanic and performance specialist.
Microservices are in – Amazon, Ebay and Netflix are changing the game by breaking up the monolithic approach. Should we allow follow suit?
In his opening keynote speech to the W-Jax 2014 in Munich, Nygard told us what’s going wrong in the IT world and what needs changing.
Eberhard Wolff continues his examination of why we need to revise the role of Java application server in deployment, devops and microservices.
We all know the pitfalls of monolithic applications. But is there a viable alternative? At the JAX London 2014, keynote speaker Chris Richardson showed us the potential of microservice systems.
Learn how the Apache Camel framework can assist you in creating microservice style applications in Java with just a few lines of code.