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.
Continue reading “Red Hat OpenShift – First look”
In this post I’d like to make a little journey through the Pivotal Cloud platform known as “Cloud Foundry”. I did it by deploying two microservices and consuming internal service like Config Server, Circuit Breaker and, obviously, Service Registry.
Continue reading “Deploy a Spring Application to Pivotal Web Services”
Spring Cloud Stream improves the opportunities to distribute the task computation into different micro services using a message driven methodology.
Using a pattern based on source, process and sink, we’re able to build pipeline for resolving common issue as log processor. This is what I’m going to do in this article.
Speaking about cloud computing, I would like to introduce hadoop in very easy, practical, way.
After read a lot about this argument, I wanted to experiment, through example from source code and from my hands, whether the cloud computing will change our programming model in the next future.