See how a reactive microservices architecture provides the highest levels of responsiveness, resiliency, and elasticity for reactive systems. Full article here.
Introduction As any buzzword in the tech industry that comes with hype, digital transformation is no exception. We have many customers asking, “what’s digital transformation?” While it might be obvious to some, it’s still causing some confusion for others. Why? Because the spectrum is very wide. Some would think of this as simple as creating … More What is Digital Transformation?
The Reactive summit is usually focusing on Reactive Architecture and Programming and Fast Data architecture and technologies. This is the conference for someone looking into creating distributed and scalable systems. Lightbend is the host and the leader behind the event and they did an awesome job with the organization and the content. The following is … More The Reactive Summit 2017 Summary Report
We live in a digital world and the small and medium business needs to survive and effectively compete in the digital economy. The SMB sector represents a wealth of innovative ideas with a variety of trade approaches and methods, but they each have their own unique differentiators. If your business is not creating and managing … More SMB, how to choose software development partner?
Image is Copyright of Lightbend Introduction One of the things we have learned through working with some of our customers that they were at the early stage of the Microservices journey; they started experiencing performance issues and reporting that their Apps are not very responsive anymore. This article will explore inter-service communications as one possible … More Reactive Vs. Synchronous Rest. Interaction patterns in Microservices Architecture
The Mircroservices reference architecture and the reactive manifesto are sharing a lot of traits, you can join both to benefit from the reactive microservices architecture, for more on that, please check the book by Jonas Bonér, Reactive Microservices Architecture. Traditionally, the Microservices movement originated and flourished around the fuse of app containers such as Docker and … More The Rise of the Microservices Frameworks.
You can hear the mumbling and the whispering getting louder and louder within the industry courts this days and here’s our take on this intriguing question. To start, I would like to distinguish and clarify. The API management demand is different than the API management business. The API management demand is still peaking and if … More Is the API Management Business is Slowing down?
Productivity is the queen and logging is the king. I was fortunate to attend the Reactive Summit last week (October 4th-5th). Lightbend was the main host and they were gracious to make this a celebration of the reactive movement versus creating another vendor marketing event, hats off to Lightbend on that front. Austin, TX is … More The Reactive Summit Report (2016).
Introduction Have you ever been in a situation where you invited 4 neighbors or so to the PPV game of the year and you casually mentioned it’s an open invitation and you can invite others thinking they won’t :-), and you end up with a lot more than expected, well, you have to “REACT” to … More Reactive Programming in Java.
If you’re researching on the question of which general-purpose programming language or platform should you use for your next web application and contemplating Java 8 and Scala; you might find this article useful or interesting. In 2011, Oracle released Java 7 and promised a 2-years release cycle, however many felt that; Java is not moving … More The Scala Question, 2016.