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  • Flocker Tutorial: Migrating a Stateful Dockerized ElasticSearch-Logstash-Kibana Stack

    by Luke Marsden on  Jun 04, 2015 1

    Microservice architectures and container-based virtualization have taken the software development community by storm, but the issue of managing state within this technology is yet to be fully solved. This article provides a 'hands on' tutorial demonstrating how to achieve the benefits of containers for your stateful services like databases, using Flocker, an open source project from ClusterHQ.

  • Mobile Apps Offline Support

    by Gustavo Machado on  May 29, 2015 2

    Offline support for mobile applications can be thought of as the ability for the app to react gracefully to the lack of connectivity. The rather new context of mobile devices introduced problems such as presence or absence of a network connection or even high latency and low bandwidth. This article covers approaches to these problems in the field of mobile app development.

  • DevOps is Not a Feature!

    by Nati Shalom on  May 24, 2015

    DevOps is the industrialization of IT, says Nati Shalom. Organizations that wish to optimize for speed and cost cannot afford silos anymore."Doing DevOps" is not adding new features to existing tools. In this article, Shalom takes us through the differences between management solutions in a pre and post DevOps world.

Review and Interview with Dean Hume - Author of Fast ASP.NET Websites

Posted by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Jun 13, 2014

In the review, Anand examines the coverage of Fast ASP.NET Websites book, which helps developers to learn the various techniques associated with the optimization of ASP.NET websites.

Uncovering mysteries of InputFormat: Providing better control for your Map Reduce execution.

Posted by Boris Lublinsky, Mike Segel on  Nov 04, 2011

InputFormat class provides a powerful mechanism for tighter control of Maps execution in Map Reduce jobs. In this article authors show how to leverage this mechanism for solving specific problems. 2

Concurrency Controls in Data Replication

Posted by Yongjun Jiao on  Mar 01, 2011

Learn about leading concurrency control mechanisms used for data replication in distributed environments - techniques used by Oracle RAC, TimesTen, and GigaSpaces and NoSQL databases. 5

Infinispan's GridFileSystem - An In-Memory Grid File System

Posted by Bela Ban and Manik Surtani on  Jun 25, 2010

GridFileSystem is a new, experimental API that exposes an Infinispan-backed data grid as a file system. In this article, authors discuss how GridFS is used to chunk up data and store it in a grid. 2

Extreme Transaction Processing Patterns: Write-behind Caching

Posted by Lan Vuong on  Dec 07, 2009

Lan Vuong shows the benefits of asychronous batch updates to the data base (the write-behind pattern), instead of synhronous write-through updates typical in web apps. 8

Implementing Master-Worker with Terracotta

Posted by James Heanly, Ben Teese on  Feb 05, 2008

A real world case study of a consultancy that distributed the load & increased scalability of its applications using open source Terracotta with the Master/Worker pattern. 3

Yahoo's Doug Cutting on MapReduce and the Future of Hadoop

Posted by Scott Delap on  Sep 12, 2007

In this special InfoQ interview, Hadoop project lead Doug Cutting discusses MapReduce, the benefits of open source, and the future direction of the project. 2

Using ETags to Reduce Bandwith & Workload with Spring & Hibernate

Posted by Gavin Terrill on  Jul 11, 2007

Gavin Terrill explains the humble "ETag Response Header", and how to integrate its use in a Spring and Hibernate based web app to improve application performance and scalability. 12

Interview: Frank Cohen on FastSOA

Posted by Stefan Tilkov on  Apr 05, 2007

InfoQ had a chance to talk to Frank Cohen about his FastSOA methodology and architectural patterns. We have also published a one-chapter excerpt from his book on the topic. 6

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