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A Modern Microservices Architecture

by Jan Stenberg on  Mar 10, 2015

After living with microservices for three years at Gilt we can see advantages in team ownership, boundaries defined by APIs and complex problems broken down. Challenges still exists in tooling, integration environments and monitoring, Yoni Goldberg explained in a presentation at the QCon London conference describing the challenges they encountered moving to a microservices architecture.

The Benefits of Microservices

by Abel Avram on  Mar 06, 2015

Gene Kim (moderator), Gary Gruver, Andrew Phillips and Randy Shoup have discussed some of the benefits of microservices in a recent online panel.

Microservices and Evolutionary Architecture

by Jan Stenberg on  Mar 05, 2015

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) made us think about breaking up monolithic systems into individual services but also encouraged building producer driven monster services with centralised control. With microservices we are going back to the underlying notions of why SOA made sense, Rebecca Parsons claimed in a presentation at the QCon London conference.

An Architect's World View: A Guide to Values, Principles and Practices

by Daniel Bryant on  Mar 05, 2015

At QCon London 2015, Colin Garlick presented “An Architect’s World View”, which provided a set of values, principles and practices to act as guidance for a software architect. The core values included people, the big picture, teamwork and integrity. Garlick proposed that these values are essentially characteristics that can be prioritised in order to work as a successful software architect.

Spring XD 1.1: Simplifying Big Data like Spring Did for Java EE

by Matt Raible on  Mar 05, 2015

Pivotal recently released Spring XD 1.1 GA with new features including stream processing with Reactor, RxJava, Spark Streaming and Python. Additionally support for Kafka, batching and compression with RabbitMQ, and support for container group management when running on YARN are now featured.

Mobile Survey Q1 2015: Platform Status, Swift Adoption and Revenue

by Abel Avram on  Mar 05, 2015

The recently published survey, State of the Developer Nation Q1 2015, conducted by VisionMobile analyzes the key mobile developer trends including the status of mobile platforms, Swift and revenue.

jClarity Releases Illuminate Gold Edition Performance Evaluation Tool

by Victor Grazi on  Mar 04, 2015

jClarity is a relative newcomer on the Java Application Performance Monitoring scene, focusing on tools that deliver a diagnosis and a remedy rather than simply providing metrics that require skilled interpretation. InfoQ spoke to jClarity CEO Martijn Verburg about their new Illuminate Gold release

RightScale State of the Cloud Survey Indicates Increased IaaS Adoption

by Janakiram MSV on  Mar 02, 2015

Recently published results from RightScale’s 2015 State of the Cloud survey indicate higher adoption of IaaS than PaaS. In a blog post, the company highlighted the usage patterns of Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform among enterprises.

Groovy Lead Guillaume Laforge Joins Restlet

by Victor Grazi on  Mar 02, 2015

In response to cloud vendor Pivotal pulling support for the Groovy/Grails project, Groovy head Guillaume Laforge has joined open source API platform Restlet to lead API development tools. InfoQ spoke to Laforge about Restlet, Groovy, and his new responsibilities.

Characteristics of Microservices, Applications and Systems

by Jan Stenberg on  Feb 28, 2015

The assumption that a large system must have a single environment, often with a one-to-one mapping between a project’s scope and the system built are challenged today Stefan Tilkov explains when looking into ways to split a large system into smaller parts and comparing the characteristics of systems, applications and microservices.

Establishing Self-Organized Agile Teams

by Ben Linders on  Feb 26, 2015

Agile suggest teams to self-organize their work. The questions arise what self-organization is and what organization can do to make it possible for teams to become self-organizing.

Google Open Sources MapReduce Framework for C to Run Native Code in Hadoop

by Srini Penchikala on  Feb 25, 2015

Google announced last week the release of open source MapReduce framework for C, called MR4C, that allows developers to run native code in Hadoop framework. MR4C framework brings together the performance and flexibility of natively developed algorithms with the scalability and throughput provided by Hadoop execution framework.

Pivotal Open Sources Their Big Data Suite

by Abel Avram on  Feb 19, 2015 8

Pivotal has decided to open source core components of their Big Data Suite and has announced the Open Data Platform, an initiative promoting open source and standardization for Big Data.

Q&A with Dave Gray about Liminal Thinking for Organizational Change

by Ben Linders on  Feb 19, 2015 2

The majority of change initiatives fail because people feel that they do not have any influence in the proposed changes and don’t understand how they affect them or would make things better for them says Dave Gray. Liminal thinking is a change approach that focuses on understanding how people construct and change their beliefs. It provides a skill set to create and use thresholds to effect change.

QCon London in 2 weeks - 10 Key Reasons to Attend

by Nitin Bharti on  Feb 18, 2015

Going into its 9th year, QCon London is UK's premier event designed exclusively for senior enterprise software development professionals: Technical Team Leads, Architects, Software Engineers, and Project Managers. If you've thought of attending, there is still a chance to go to one of the best conferences for our craft. QCon is now less than 2 weeks away! Why still register now?

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