Total 6 Posts

Back-End

Event-Driven Architecture: Getting Started with Kafka (Part 2)

An event-driven architecture is a paradigm that has become increasingly used in modern microservices-based architectures. It promises a more flexible and responsive architecture to business events, while offering better technical decoupling. Let's see how we can build it with Kafka.…

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Nov 02, 2021 8 min read

Jean-François SIMON

Event-Driven

Event-Driven Architecture: Getting Started with Kafka (Part 1)

An event-driven architecture is a paradigm that has become increasingly used in modern microservices-based architectures. It promises a more flexible and responsive architecture to business events, while offering better technical decoupling. Let's see how we can build it with Kafka.…

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Oct 26, 2021 7 min read

Jean-François SIMON

Event-Driven

Spring 5 WebFlux: Performance tests

Spring 5 introduces a new model for reactive programming by incorporating the Spring reactive initiative, based on the Project Reactor. But does it do the job?…

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Jul 31, 2017 7 min read

Julien Margarido

Spring

Introduction to Continuous Integration with JHipster

Introduction This is an introduction for users unfamiliar with applied Continuous Integration (CI). You may…

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May 05, 2017 8 min read

Richard Yhip

Agile

JHipster 3.0: Introducing Microservices

The soon to be released version of JHipster introduces a new architectural approach. In previous…

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Mar 17, 2016 6 min read

Kenneth Hegeland

Front-End

When to use Cassandra, MongoDB, HBase, Accumulo and MySQL

There are core basics that every organization needs that leads to a basic standard implementation…

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Mar 08, 2016 8 min read

Jeannine Stark

Back-End