InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Cloud, scale, microservices… and Java is there for you.

InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Cloud, scale, microservices… and Java is there for you.

by Nick Logvynenko | July 18, 2019 | 0

In this new digest you’ll find latest news, updates and recommendations about cloud-native architecture, patterns and anti-patterns in distributed systems and microservices. It’s official: Apache Kafka 2.3 has been released! Micronaut 1.1 GA has been released. You can find more details here. Apache Dubbo, a Java-Based RPC Framework, Graduates to Top-Level Project Project Loom: Lightweight […]

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InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Cloud world news, Git, Splunk and 10 books to read in 2019

by Nick Logvynenko | June 11, 2019 | 0

May was pretty quiet, but the JVM/cloud world is moving forward. Gloo is a feature-rich, Kubernetes-native ingress controller, and next-generation API gateway. Pivotal continues improvement of Spring Cloud Data Flow and releases 2.1 GA version. This lib got few major updates in a last month and seems it’s priority for Pivotal Git 2.22 released Microsoft […]

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Browser Extensions and Bookmarklets: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | May 1, 2019 | 0

April 23rd: Do You Control Your Browser? Stanley Kubrick predicted first contact in his film 2001: A Space Odyssey and introduced a now-iconic, silver-tongued psychopathic A.I. by the name of “HAL” (1 character below “IBM”—get it?), but all we got in our own 2001 was United States v. Microsoft Corp. Some liked it and some didn’t but what everyone agreed on was that our freedom to […]

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InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Fighting for Performance in the Java Ecosystem

by Nick Logvynenko | April 16, 2019 | 0

Among the many communities and tools comprising the vast Java ecosystem, competition is intense. In this issue of our cloud engineering newsletter, the news you need: JDK 12 brings new GC, lazy initialization in Spring Boot, and the next generation Quarkus framework is here. 39 New Features (and APIs) in JDK 12 Microsoft Announces the […]

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Virtually Real or Really Virtual

by Sandro Pasquali | April 12, 2019 | 0

“Am I a man dreaming I am a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming I am a man? Between me and the butterfly there must be a difference. This is an instance of transformation.” – Chuang Tzu, 4th century BC Escapism is perhaps the most addictive vice for your average wetware human being. Ever dream? Ever […]

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Recognizing and Remembering the Importance of Women in Tech Communities

by InRhythm | April 10, 2019 | 0

Women in Tech at InRhythm has always been an evolving group that has taken different shapes to meet the needs of its members, but throughout we’ve always recognized the importance of women in tech and the need for representation. For a while, our leaders were stuck in a rut on the direction of the group, […]

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