Create a Neo4j database, get data loaded, then build a new service that interacts with the database and provides an API for client services.
MicroStream – Part 5: Caching, Integrations and Clustering
In this article, we discuss MicroStream caching and clustering functionality. We also indicate the available integrations.
MicroStream – Part 4: Serialisation Engine
In this fourth part we go deeper into the Serialisation engine that is within MicroStream to store the Object graph in a binary format. In the previous articles (part 1, part 2 and part 3), we have already mentioned that MicroStream …
MicroStream – Part 3: Storing Data
In the third article in the introductory MicroStream series, we discuss the key strategies for storing your data.
MicroStream – Part 2: Configure the Storage Manager
In this second article in the series, we cover how to get started configuring the StorageManager of MicroStream!
Journeys in Java, Level 5: Building an Empire of Microservices
We continue building our microservices system by adding a coordination layer to handle spinning multiple services up and down.
Journeys in Java, Level 4: Building an Empire of Microservices
Welcome to the fourth iteration in a series about building microservices in Java. Learn how microservices work from the ground up in Java!
Journeys in Java, Level 3: Building an Empire of Microservices
We are still in the beginning stages of building microservices with Java, but we have already seen how to send and receive communications between two Spring Boot applications. In the first blog post of this series, our two applications transmitted …
The Serverless Database You Really Want
The dreaded part of every site reliability engineer’s (SRE) job eventually: capacity planning. You know, the dance between all the stakeholders when deploying your applications. Did engineering really simulate the right load and do we understand how the application scales? …
Journeys in Java, Level 2: Building an Empire of Microservices
Let’s dive into the world of microservices find out the complexities, best practices, and troubles. I will share all my learnings, as well!
Building Reactive Java Applications with Spring Framework
Pretty much all Java developers are familiar with Spring Pet Clinic. In this article, we have given a walkthrough of the reactive implementation of it using Apache Cassandra.