• Production Like Performance Tests of Web-Services

    by Stefan Goebbels on  Apr 29, 2016 3

    Tests should always keep the end user view in mind. But how to test web services, which are not directly customer-facing, and in particular, how to performance test them in a meaningful way? This article outlines performance split testing as a performance test approach that is relying on real-time production traffic.

  • Angular 2 and TypeScript - A High Level Overview

    by Yakov Fain on  Apr 26, 2016 8

    AngularJS has become the world's most popular JavaScript framework for creating web applications. And now Angular 2 and TypeScript have brought true object oriented web development to the mainstream, using a syntax that is strikingly close to Java 8. In this article we provide a high-level overview of the Angular 2 framework.

  • The InfoQ Podcast: Adrian Cockcroft on Microservices, Terraservices and Serverless Computing

    by Wesley Reisz on  Apr 22, 2016 3

    For our inaugural podcast QCon chair Wesley Reisz talks to Adrian Cockcroft, who works for Battery Ventures where he advises the firm and its portfolio companies about technology issues and also assists with deal sourcing and due diligence. Topics include microservices, "serverless" computing, persistent memory and other potentially disruptive trends.

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon London 2016

Posted by Abel Avram on  Apr 05, 2016

This article summarizes the key takeaways and highlights from QCon London 2016 as blogged and tweeted by attendees.

High Load Trading Transaction Processing with Reveno CQRS/Event Sourcing Framework

Posted by Artem Dmitriev on  Mar 29, 2016

Reveno is a powerful new, performant, JVM based lock-free transaction processing framework based on CQRS and event-sourcing patterns. In this article we develop a simple trading system using Reveno. 2

Microservices Evolution at SoundCloud

Posted by Alex Giamas on  Mar 21, 2016

At the MicroXchg conference in Berlin, Bora Tunca from SoundCloud presented the evolution of SoundCloud’s microservices architecture throughout the years. 3

One API, Many Facades?

Posted by Guillaume Laforge on  Mar 13, 2016

Beyond any ideal design of your API, reality strikes back with the concrete and differing concerns of varied API consumers. 3

Will AI Surpass Human Intelligence? Interview with Prof. Jürgen Schmidhuber on Deep Learning

Posted by Han Xu on  Mar 08, 2016

People worry about whether AI will surpass human intelligence these days. Prof. Juergen Schmidhuber will answer your questions and tell you more about deep learning as well as the latest trends in AI. 4

Automate Deployment & Management of Docker Cloud/Virtual Java Microservices with DCHQ

Posted by Amjad Afanah on  Feb 23, 2016

This article demonstrates a solution for automating the build, deployment and management of a Docker Java microservices application on any cloud or virtualization platform. 1

A Reference Architecture for the Internet of Things

Posted by Daniel Karzel, Hannelore Marginean, Tuan-Si Tran on  Jan 29, 2016

This is the first article of a two article series in which we try to work from an abstract level of IoT reference architectures towards a concrete architecture and implementation for actual use cases. 8

Microservices in the Real World

Posted by Ben Linders on  Jan 27, 2016

An interview about getting operations involved in architecture, the Self-Contained Systems approach compared to microservices, improving deployment pipelines and using measurements in deployment.

From Monolith to Multilith at ticketea

Posted by Jose Ignacio Galarza & Miguel Araujo on  Jan 24, 2016

ticketea is a large online ticket selling platform in Spain. This article describes their growing pains and how DevOps and an API-based distributed architecture allowed them to cope with growth. 1

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