The countdown for JAX DevOps 2018 has begun. If you would like to dive deeper into topics such as Continuous Delivery, Microservices, Docker, and clouds, this is your chance to hear top experts talk about the latest trends in this growing culture. Hurry up and save up to £700 – Blind Bird expires today!
Do you need a bootstrap project to help you with your next microservice architecture? Trust me, if you’re interested in implementing microservices, this project is for you. In this article, Alexsandro Souza addresses some common challenges that everyone faces when starting with microservices.
Containers and microservices are powerful tools for solving many of the problems we face with modern tech. In this article, Dale Vecchio explains why you should seriously consider switching from a monolith to a microservice.
It is always fascinating to see the versatile ways in which machine learning can be used. At Outfittery, algorithms help the experts select the most suitable outfits for customers — quite literally. In an interview at W-JAX 2017 in Munich, Jesper Richter-Reichhelm, CTO at Outfittery GmbH, explains how the company uses machine learning and which frameworks they use. He also tells us who makes better suggestions — human beings or machines.
Discover service discovery, an essential part of microservice architecture becomes necessary when we start using containers and container orchestration mechanisms. In this article, Urban Malc and Matjaz B. Juric describe the most important scenarios for service discovery, as well as service discovery support in the KumuluzEE microservice framework.
The sum can be much greater than the parts in microservices. In this article, Stuart Harris explains what monorepos and microplatforms are and why they are essential parts to the future of microservices.
Microservices may be a trendy architecture style right now, but they’re a flexible, yet solid foundation for software. In this interview, JAX London speaker Kai Tödter describes some of the advantages and disadvantages of microservices. Plus, he explains why cloud computing is a natural support for a microservices architecture.
In December 2015, Wix decided to rewrite their aging microservices infrastructure in seven days. JAX London speaker Gil Tayar tells their story.
IBM has just open sourced their own JVM (it’s called Eclipse OpenJ9 now) but that’s already old news. Open Liberty is the latest IBM effort to show their support for Java developers, who now have a full set of open source tools to build, test, run and connect Java apps and services.
More and more organizations are turning to microservices. But microservices need an integrated approach, otherwise it might fail. In this article, Mifan Careem explains why integration microservices are a more flexible approach to microservices architecture.
What comes to your mind when you hear the word Java? How about blockchain, DevOps and microservices? If you want to learn about emerging technologies or dive deeper into topics you’re already familiar with (I’m looking at you Java 9), what better way to do that than to go straight to the source? Open the magazine and allow the experts to shower you with information!
Looking for an open source option designed for horizontal scalability and fault-tolerence to manage your microservices? Camunda has just launched Zeebe, a big data system orchestrator, to helping you keep track of everything and anything.
Microservices. We all need to learn how to use them. In this article, Alexsandro Souza introduces a number of microservices-related concepts for leaving the monolith behind, as well as starting a walk-through on how to create a ToDo system.