Learn how to set up a service that hosts the Spring Cloud Config server and wire our Neo4j microservice as the config client service.
How Java Litters Beyond the Heap: Part 3, Solid-State Drives
Explore how solid-state drives (SSDs), the default storage medium for on-disk data, use garbage collection.
How Java Litters Beyond the Heap: Part 2, Distributed Databases
Let’s create a simple Java application with YugabyteDB distributed database to see if garbage is generated in response to application requests.
How Java Litters Beyond the Heap: Part 1, Relational Databases
Let’s create a simple Java application and see how the application generates garbage at the relational database level.
A Poor Man’s API
Creating a full-fledged API requires resources, both time and money. Let’s achieve it without writing a single line of code!
Unified Event-Driven Architecture for the Cloud Native Enterprise
CTOs and enterprise architects have long recognized the importance of event-driven architectures (EDA). While once considered purely a technology concern, the foresight of organizations that have invested in EDA has become readily apparent as the world has shifted around us. …
Reclaiming Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes
Learn how to manually reassign a PersistentVolume from one StatefulSet to another. Also learn about the STS, PV, and PVC API resources in greater detail.
How the world caught up with Apache Cassandra
The O’Reilly book, Cassandra: The Definitive Guide, features a quote from Ray Kurzweil, the noted inventor and futurist: “An invention has to make sense in the world in which it is finished, not the world in which it is started.” This quote …
Baeldung Series Part 2: Build a Dashboard With Cassandra, Astra and CQL – Mapping Event Data
1. Introduction In our previous article, we looked at augmenting our dashboard to store and display individual events from the Avengers using DataStax Astra, a serverless DBaaS powered by Apache Cassandra using Stargate to offer additional APIs for working with it. In this article, we will …
Multi-cluster Cassandra deployment with Google Kubernetes Engine (Pt. 2)
This is the second in a series of posts examining patterns for using K8ssandra to create Cassandra clusters with different deployment topologies.
Running your Database on OpenShift and CodeReady Containers
An introductory run-through of setting up your database on OpenShift, using your own hardware and RedHat’s CodeReady Containers.