Gradle 4.7 is here and it brings a lot of exciting new features, including support for resources and test resources in the IDEA plugin; running Gradle builds with JDK 10 is also possible. Let’s have a look at the highlights.
New topics, new functions but also some work in your luggage: With Spring Boot 2, Pivotal’s developers are launching a new generation of convention pre-configuration solution for building Spring applications. In this series of articles Michael Simons, Senior Consultant at innoQ Germany, gives a comprehensive introduction to the basics and the news of the new version of Spring Boot.
Containers are definitely not a panacea for all problems and sometimes they are even more of a burden than an advantage for a project. In our interview at DevOpsCon 2017 in Munich, Michael Bruns, software developer and architect at inovex, explains which projects can really benefit from Docker, Kubernetes and the like. He also reveals to us, whether serverless will soon replace container technology.
Stop sharing machine learning models like it’s the stone age. Comet.ml intends to become the GitHub of ML, offering data scientists a simple, easy to use tool to share, compare, and optimize their machine learning models.
What’s up with Vavr? The functional library formerly known as Javaslang is on the path to 1.0. Along the way, we’re going to run into some pretty big changes, including breaking backwards compatibility with previous versions.
Eclipse Photon is speeding closer and closer to general availability. What does Photon M6 have in store for developers? Lots of improved coloring for the dark theme, it seems!
As data needs grow, developers need more sophisticated methods of access for distributed databases. In this article, Simon Ritter explores two ways developers can deliver data: Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and Azul Zing.
Apache Mesos 1.5 is here! What new features does this open source cluster management tool have to offer? Significant improvements to resource management, increased storage, and Container Storage Interface support, for starters.
There is a significant amount of work going into JDK10 to support containerized JVMs. In this post, Oracle’s Matthew Gilliard will show how the next release of the JDK will be container-aware.
React Native has excellent performance for small teams thanks to its architecture, native offloading, databases, and more. In this article, Purvak Pathak describes benefits of Realm as a local database in React Native app development.
A coalition of tech giants including Red Hat, Google, Facebook, IBM, and more are adopting a more measured approach towards open source licensing agreements with GPLv3. Because apparently, lawsuits are not great at creating a productive collaborative environment. Who knew?
Agile development is great for a lot of things. However, it’s important to remember security issues in the development process. In this article, Jessica Cyrus goes over the best ways to make sure security concerns are adressed properly in the Agile development process.
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.
Spring Data’s long awaited Kay release is now live. What’s new for this release? Lots, including tons of new features, upgraded compatibility, and more fun for the whole Spring Data family.