Got any interesting ideas about continuous delivery, microservices, containers or the cloud? We want to hear from you! We are looking for proposals for JAX DevOps 2019 in London. The Call for Papers is open and we want to see you on the panel of speakers. The deadline for pitch submissions is November 12th; what are you waiting for?
Earlier this years, leaders of the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference conducted a survey on microservices maturity to see how far along companies are in the microservices game and whether it has finally earned its ‘trend’ badge. We’re taking the pulse of containers, Kubernetes and more.
A match made in heaven? If you’re wondering what the microservices in your Istio service mesh are doing, Kiali’s got you covered. This new project helps you visualize the service mesh topology, and offers visibility into features like circuit breakers, request rates and more. Have we mentioned it runs on OpenShift and Kubernetes? Let’s have a closer look.
24 community members participated in the Jakarta EE Community Voices document, which focuses on technical innovations for Jakarta EE specifications. The document includes questions related to modularity, microservices & cloud, further improving CDI integration and more. Let’s have a closer look at what the community members have to say.
“There’s an upcoming battle between what we see with microservices nowadays and the role of serverless”
Integrating microservices and taming distributed systems is hard. We caught up with Bernd Rücker, developer advocate & co-founder of Camunda to discuss the top drivers for adopting microservices, the expanding universe of microservices and more.
The open forum to collaborate on enterprise Java microservices, Eclipse MicroProfile is here with a new release. MicroProfile 2.1 is available and it features an update for the Open Tracing API.
What are the challenges involved in moving from the old “SSH and tail -f” world to a world of centralized and structured logs? Axel Fontaine gives you a full tour in this DevOpsCon session.
Technical expert and author Jim Scott offers a candid look at the transition of architectures from monolithic through microservices, containers and potentially serverless computing in this exclusive extract from his latest book.
If you need an easier way to build microservices, you should give Helidon, a new open source Java microservices framework from Oracle, a try. We talked to Dmitry Kornilov, Helidon Project Lead about what’s under its hood and who should give it a try. In short, “if you’re a Java developer and you’re writing microservices, Helidon is a great choice”.
With its 2.0 release, Linkerd introduces the ‘service sidecar’ while keeping all the service mesh handy characteristics of running across an entire cluster to provide platform-wide telemetry, security, and reliability. Let’s take a closer look at the latest release and what’s in it for us!
Beat the heat with Cool Store, an open source offering from Vietnam-devs. This containerized polyglot microservices application allows novice developers to wire up small microservices into a larger app.
Istio 101: “The future of the service mesh is one which operates in symbiosis with technologies like Knative and Apache Whisk”
Istio is gaining a lot of attention especially now that 1.0 is here. But does it have what it takes to become the de facto service mesh for Kubernetes? If you ask Brian ‘Redbeard’ Harrington, Product Manager for Istio at Red Hat, the answer is yes. “With Istio, the deployment is straightforward and the integration with Kubernetes is top notch. It feels as if it should have been there all along.”
Many of the known public web APIs claim to be RESTful but, in reality, many APIs do not fulfill an important element of REST: Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State (HATEOAS). In this session from JAX London 2017, Kai Tödter gives an introduction into this topic and provides concrete examples on why RESTful Hypermedia APIs are useful.
The shift in application development focus has led to the development of new data handling products to support changing business application development requirements. In this article, Sean Bowen explains why the Pub/Sub model is a natural fit for a microservice architecture and why traditional messaging solutions need to change.