Cloud SQL is a hosted SQL database similar to Amazon RDS for either Mysql or Postgres databases. It supports automated management including backup and deployment. Since the database is created via the the GCP...
Diagnosing performance issues with Java legacy apps on Pivotal Cloud Foundry · Pivotal Engineering Journal
How to profile apps on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. VisualVM to the rescue! Source: Diagnosing performance issues with Java legacy apps on Pivotal Cloud Foundry · Pivotal Engineering Journal
Demonstrating Event Sourcing with various methods using Kafka, RabbitMQ and JPA Source: Event Sourcing with Kafka, RabbitMQ and JPA · Pivotal Engineering Journal
WordPress on Kubernetes Recently I posted about creating a highly available WordPress deployment using Amazon Web Services. The focus was using Terraform and Docker to automate the deployment. With the release of Pivotal Container...
The article shows how to set up a fallback in your application logic, using Spring Cloud Hystrix. Source: A Guide to Spring Cloud Netflix – Hystrix | Baeldung
Motivation Microservice-style software architectures have many benefits: loose coupling, independent scalability, localised failures, facilitating the usage of polyglot data persistence tools or multiple programming languages. However, they also introduce other […] Source: Versioning a...
Learn how HTTPS works by reading about Alice, Bob and a lot of carrier pigeons Source: HTTPS explained with carrier pigeons – freeCodeCamp
One Service at a Time Source: From Containers to AWS Lambda – Travelex Tech Blog
I’ve been developing on Pivotal Cloud Foundry for several years. Working with the Spring boot stack, I was able to create CI/CD pipelines… Source: Comparing Kubernetes to Pivotal Cloud Foundry — A Developer’s Perspective
What software stack does Netflix use? written by Richard Gall: one of the many blog articles from Packt Publishing Source: What software stack does Netflix use? | PACKT Books