In this article, you learn about the Modular Monolithic architecture and how you can create it using the Spring Framework and Gradle.
Vaadin 23.3 Improves Kubernetes Support, Adds Three New Components
Vaadin 23.3 includes improved clustering support for high availability and rolling updates. It also includes 3 new components.
Introduction to Kubernetes Extensibility
Let’s browser through several extension points in Kubernetes: the data model, admission controllers, and client-side.
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.
Learning by Auditing Kubernetes Manifests
Find out about Checkov, which scans cloud infrastructure configurations to find misconfigurations before they’re deployed.
Back to Basics: Accessing Kubernetes Pods
When Kubernetes is set up, you’ll want to expose some pods outside the cluster. Here I describe different ways Kubernetes provides to do it.
Stateless, Secretless Multi-cluster Monitoring in Azure Kubernetes Service with Thanos, Prometheus and Azure Managed Grafana
This article aims at cloud native engineers that face the challenge of observing multiple Azure Kubernetes Clusters (AKS) and need a flexible, stateless solution.
Diving into JVM Framework Monitoring and Profiling
Let’s look at how frameworks work under the hood, namely Quarkus and Spring Boot, and how many threads they initiate to serve up results.
Modernize Legacy Code In Production: Rebuild Your Airplane Midflight Without Crashing
I spent over a decade as a consultant working for dozens of companies in many fields and pursuits. The diversity of each code base is tremendous. This article will try to define general rules for modernizing legacy code that would …
Interview with Tom Granot – Developer Observability, KoolKits and Reliability
In preparation for the upcoming Developer Observability Masterclass we’re hosting at Lightrun with Thoughtworks, RedMonk and JFrog, I sat down for a brief interview with Tom Granot – the Director of Developer Relations at Lightrun. Tom will MC the event …
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? …