This series started with the statement, what do you mean by “Can’t ignore the stack anymore?” When your background is application development, you have spent many hours, days and years perfecting your craft. You have not only mastered languages and concepts, you have made it a point to learn to make good architectural decisions when pulling […]

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OpenShift is all about the Paas This series started with the statement, what do you mean by “Can’t ignore the stack anymore?” When your background is application development, you have spent many hours, days and years perfecting your craft. You have not only learned languages and concepts, you have made it a point to learn to […]

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An install so easy, your granny can do it! Earlier this month we released a new demo project, one that showed you the easiest way to install OpenShift as a private Platform as a Service (PaaS) on your local machine. While we thought that in three easy steps you could have the entire OpenShift installed […]

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Containers at scale matter. This series started with the statement, what do you mean by “Can’t ignore the stack anymore?” When your background is application development, you have spent many hours, days and years perfecting your craft. You have not only learned languages and concepts, you have made it a point to learn to make good […]

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Ready for your own local OpenShift private Paas? There are very few things better for an application developer than a solid Platform as a Service (PaaS) infrastructure that takes away all of the underlying service pains and lets them focus on their application development. One of the best out there is OpenShift Online, which you […]

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This story may seem a bit odd at first glance. What do you mean by “Can’t ignore the stack anymore?” When your background is application development, you have spent many hours, days and years perfecting your craft. You have not only learned languages and concepts, you have made it a point to learn to make […]

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German startup Giant Swarm aim to make life easier for developers by providing a simple microservice infrastructure, freeing their hands up to do the coding that they love. Or, as the Swarm folk put it, “the power and freedom to build the software that runs the world.” In this interview, we speak to team member Puja […]

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We hear the benefits of microservices architectures loud and clear; we hear the constant drum beat of how/why/by all means/etc. you should be doing microservices; we know companies such as Amazon, Netflix and Gilt have successful microservices architectures. However, as I’ve touched on in my blog post titled You’re not going to do microservices, getting microservices right – and being able to add […]

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Java developer (and self-confessed early fanboy) Adam Bien talks about the inevitability of microservices and how they differ to SOA. We also chat about Conway’s Law and the future of Java EE. Filmed at Devoxx Poland 2015.

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By Aviran Mordo Like many startups before us, Wix.com started as a monolith application, which was the best architectual solution when we had no scalability and availability concerns. But as time went by and our small startup grew and gained success, it was time to change the architecture from a monolith—which experienced many scalability and […]

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