Spring Retry project make available to setup a retry policy for that operations which, depending on a large numbers of different reasons, failed.
In this article I showed an easy way to apply this technology including some considerations of the different configuration types.
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Dealing with data streaming is always a challenging task to accomplish. Data that can achieve a big dimension needs a scalable system to avoid sudden failures. Apache Spark “Streaming” cube is a framework library born to deal with streaming process data processing. Let’s have a look at it.
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A first glance at this powerful platform for distributing data across different node clients in order to improve the scalability of the application which adopts this solution of distributed cache (and not only).
In this post, I’ll show you an example using one features of Apache Geode accessing the data through Spring Data platform.
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Resuming my journey through the Container Services (started with Pivotal Cloud Foundry) I’ve had a look at Red Hat OpenShift platform.
Building on Kubernetes platform, it offers a powerful service containers for a lot of different languages and frameworks.
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An overview of the Spring Reactive performance comparing the new programming model with classical Servlet approach.
I got surprising result and I found out this is not for everyone…
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Reactive programming has been changing the way we develop code in our solution. How does it change the approach from the common imperative method of writing code? In this article, I’ve tried to apply the Reactive approach starting from a legacy code.
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A little journey through the different possible access data methodologies that Spring makes available to Get and Set data on a SQL persistence storage.
A rapid review from the most controlled approach that delegates this task to framework (e.g. Hibernate) to the least controlled where you have to write the SQL queries.
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