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  • The InfoQ eMag: Kubernetes and Cloud Architectures

    Does it feel to you like the modern application stack is constantly shifting with new technologies and practices emerging at a blistering pace? We've hand-picked a set of articles that highlight where we're at today. With a focus on cloud-native architectures and Kubernetes, these contributors paint a picture of what's here now, and what's on the horizon.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Resilience Engineering in the Age of COVID

    To most software organizations, Covid-19 represents a fundamental surprise- a dramatic surprise that challenges basic assumptions and forces a revising of one’s beliefs (Lanir, 1986). While many view this surprise as an outlier event to be endured, in this eMag we use the lens of Resilience Engineering to explore how software companies adapted (and continue to adapt), enhancing their resilience.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Effective Software Delivery with Data-Driven Decision Making

    This eMag on Data-Driven Decision Making provides an overview of how the three main activities in software delivery can be supported by data-driven decision making to increase the effectiveness, efficiency and service reliability of a software delivery organization.

  • InfoQ eMag: Modern Data Engineering

    Data engineers and software architects will benefit from the guidance of the experts in this eMag as they discuss various aspects of breaking down traditional silos that defined where data lived, how data systems were built and managed, and how data flows in and out of the system.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Re-Examining Microservices after the First Decade

    We have prepared this eMag for you with content created by professional software developers who have been working with microservices for quite some time. If you are considering migrating to a microservices approach, be ready to take some notes about the lessons learned, mistakes made, and recommendations from those experts.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Managing Observability, Resilience, and Complexity within Distributed Systems

    This eMag helps you reflect on the subject of reducing complexity within modern applications and distributed systems, and provides you with different perspectives and learned lessons from people who have already had to deal with challenges from the real world.

  • The InfoQ eMag: 2020 Year in Review

    2020 is probably the most extended year we will see in our whole life. A vast number of people have spent the most significant part of the year at home. Remote work went from "something to be explored" to teams' reality around the world. In this eMag, we would like to pack in some of the most relevant InfoQ content of 2020. And there is no way to avoid content on remote activities.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Real World Chaos Engineering

    Creating a successful chaos practice isn’t purely an engineering problem. As with many aspects of cloud native computing, it requires buy-in across the organisation. In this eMag we’ve pulled together a variety of case studies to show mechanisms by which you can do so, even in tightly regulated industries where you might face considerable opposition.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Edge Cloud

    This series of articles touches on many of the key aspects of designing and delivering a solution that uses edge computing. We hope you enjoy it, and that it sparks new ideas and debates with your colleagues.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Real-Time APIs: Design, Operation, and Observation

    Research shows that there is an increasing demand for near real-time APIs, in which speed and flexibility of response are vitally important. This eMag explores this emerging trend in more detail.

  • The InfoQ eMag - Java Innovations That Are on Their Way

    This includes massive, root-and-branch changes such as Project Valhalla as well as some of the more incremental deliveries coming from Project Amber - such as Records and Sealed Types.

  • Dynamic Proxies in Java Mini-Book

    In this book we show how we would write a proxy implementation by hand. We then show how we can do the same code using dynamic proxies, saving ourselves a lot of unnecessary code. Since the patterns proxy, decorator, composite and adapter are similar in structure, we can use dynamic proxies to also generate these. Lastly we show how we could use code generation to create the classes in-memory.

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