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What's New in MicroProfile 1.2

by Michael Redlich Follow 6 Followers on  Nov 30, 2017

The Eclipse Foundation recently released MicroProfile version 1.2. New APIs added to this release include improved communications among microservices, response to system faults, and the JSON Web Toolkit (JWT). Emily Jiang, CDI and MicroProfile development lead at IBM, and Michael Croft, Java middleware consultant at Payara, spoke to InfoQ about this latest release.

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Expedia's Journey toward Site Resiliency: Embracing Chaos Testing in Dev and Production at QCon SF

by Daniel Bryant Follow 283 Followers on  Nov 19, 2017

At QCon SF, Sahar Samiei and Willie Wheeler presented “Expedia’s Journey Toward Site Resiliency”, and discussed the building of a community of practice around resilience testing within Expedia. The results have generally been positive: Netflix’s Chaos Monkey has been running daily in production since May 15th; and resilience tests have been added to four Tier 1 service pipelines.

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Relearning Functional Service Design for Microservices: Uwe Friedrichsen at microXchg

by Daniel Bryant Follow 283 Followers on  Feb 19, 2017

The opening talk of the microXchg microservices conference was delivered by Uwe Friedrichsen, and discussed “Resilient Functional Service Design”. Key takeaways included: microservice developers should learn about fault tolerant design patterns and caching; understanding Domain-Driven Design (DDD) and modularity is vital; and aim for replaceability of components rather than reuse.

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Google Kick-Starts Git Ketch: A Fault-Tolerant Git Management System

by Abraham Marín Pérez Follow 6 Followers on  Feb 02, 2016

Although development has only started, Google has announced their first commits of Git Ketch, a multi-master Git management system that replicates information across multiple Git servers for resilience and scalability. The changes are based on JGit, a Java-based Git server, although other Git servers may be part of the multi-master cluster.

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FoundationDB SQL Layer: Storing SQL Data in a NoSQL Database

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Sep 10, 2014 4

FoundationDB has announced the general availability of SQL Layer, and ANSI SQL engine that runs on top of their key-value store. The result is a relational database backed up by a scalable, fault-tolerant, shared-nothing, distributed NoSQL store with support for multi-key ACID transactions.

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Refreshed AWS Trusted Advisor Offers Several Free Checks

by Steffen Opel Follow 0 Followers on  Aug 31, 2014

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has recently integrated the AWS Trusted Advisor into the AWS Management Console and made four security and service limit checks available at no charge. Additional checks from the security, performance, fault tolerance and cost optimization categories remain part of their Business and Enterprise support tiers.

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The Netflix API Optimization Story

by Jeevak Kasarkod Follow 2 Followers on  Feb 08, 2013 5

The Netflix API optimization story is an interesting journey from a generic one-size-fits-all static REST API architecture to a more dynamic architecture that lends power to the client team to define and deploy their custom service endpoints. InfoQ spoke to Ben Christensen regarding this client adapter layer as well as the services layer redesign.

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10gen: MongoDB’s Fault Tolerance Is Not Broken

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Feb 07, 2013 10

A Cornell University professor claims MongoDB’s fault tolerance system is “broken by design”. 10gen responds through its Technical Director, rejecting the claims.

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Netflix Hystrix - Latency and Fault Tolerance for Complex Distributed Systems

by Bienvenido David  Followers on  Dec 21, 2012

Netflix has released Hystrix, a library designed to control points of access to remote systems, services and 3rd party libraries, providing greater tolerance of latency and failure. Hystrix features thread and semaphore isolation with fallbacks and circuit breakers, request caching and request collapsing, and monitoring and configuration.

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Introducing Windows New File System: ReFS

by Jonathan Allen Follow 257 Followers on  Jan 17, 2012

For the first time since 1993 Microsoft is posed to offer a new file system architecture. ReFS or Resilient File System is designed to both improve reliability and as a chance to drop obsolete features offered by NTFS.

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Akka 1.1 Released, Brings Many Improvements to Futures and Performance, Reduces Dependencies,

by Werner Schuster Follow 4 Followers on  May 12, 2011

Akka 1.1 was released with many improvements in performance, Futures and more. The basic Akka also has no dependencies except for Scala 2.9. InfoQ caught up with Jonas Bonér to talk about the current state and the future of Akka.

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Scala & Akka Creators Launch Typesafe Company for Multicore and Cloud Architectures

by Mirko Stocker  Followers on  May 12, 2011

Scala creator Martin Odersky joined forces with Jonas Bonér, the creater of Akka, and launched Typesafe. With $3 million Series A financing led by Greylock Partners, Typesafe offers commercial support for enterprise development of multicore and cloud architectures.

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Exploring Tuple Spaces Persistence In Ruby With Blackboard

by Sebastien Auvray Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 13, 2009

Ruby has long been criticized for 1.8's limited green threads. Luc Castera gave a presentation at RubyNation about Concurrent Programming with Ruby and Tuple Spaces. He introduces 2 ways of implementing TupleSpaces in Ruby: Rinda and Blackboard using Redis (with plans to porting it to Erlang).

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REST and transactions?

by Mark Little Follow 5 Followers on  Jun 15, 2009 10

The topic of distributed transactions and their place within a REST world has come up again recently. Many people have indicated that they are either thinking of using the combination or are doing so now. Others, including Roy Fielding, believe that the two simply do not go together.

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The Problems with WCF and the Using Block

by Jonathan Allen Follow 257 Followers on  Mar 05, 2009 1

The WCF Client code violates two of the core principals of .NET API design; calling Close should actually close the connection and calling Dispose should never throw an exception. We look at how this came to be and at some available workarounds.

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