Docker is getting a lot of attention at the moment, with teams clearly enjoying the benefits that lightweight containers bring such as repeatability, isolation, security and consistency of environments. As a company specialising in Continuous Delivery, our main attraction to Docker is in how it supports build and release processes. In that regard, we’ve found …
In this article, Jim Webber, Savas Parastatidis and Ian Robinson show how to drive an application's flow through the use of hypermedia in a RESTful application, using the well-known example from Gregor Hohpe's "Starbucks does not use...
The Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP) has been around since the early '90s, even so it seems easy to forget in the middle of solving a problem. After a few definitions, I'll present a number of applications of the DIP I've personally used on real projects so you'll have some examples from which to form your own conclusions.
In a previous article we described why we think Docker is a great choice for building Continuous Delivery pipelines. We’ve found it to simplify deployments, speed them up and generally improve the quality and robustness of our application delivery. This has been particularly true in our MicroService based environment. MicroService architectures bring a lot of …
This article has been updated based on community and Jing Chen (Facebook)’s reaction. (See the Update section below.) Facebook came to the conclusion that MVC does not scale up for their needs and has decided to use a different pattern instead: Flux.
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The aim of this article is to learn how to dynamically trace/observe running Java applications (JDK 6+) using BTrace without changing the code and configuration params of the applications.What is BTrace?
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