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.
Continue reading “Red Hat OpenShift – First look”
Are you looking for a database that works as key/value pairs? High performance, obviously nosql and with disk persistence?
If the answer is “yes” but even if you’re not sure of what could be the solution, I’d really suggest to have a look at RedisDb, a good solution adopted for big performance challenges such log collections or page view ranking.
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In this article I’m going to illustrate the implementation of Spring boot security Oauth2 from both the server and the client side. The example uses NoSQL Db as MongoDB, a choice that I think it’s optimal for this solution.
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I’ve learnt that modeling a schema for a NoSQL database (Mongo, Cassandra, …) is not the same thing of drawing a schema for SQL one (Oracle, MySql, …).
In this article, I’m going to illustrate what I’ve learnt reading by who knows more than me!
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Distributed applications is always a current topic in the articles and forum discussions; Microservices answers the need for application scalability and makes a good marriage with Cloud solution (AWS) or Virtual container (Docker).
In this post I’d like to do a little introduction of the concept behind these solution type.
Continue reading “Spring Microservices with MongoDb”