Komand Principal Engineer Sean Kelly on Microservice Fallacies

by Mark Little on  Oct 09, 2016 2

Sean Kelly, a Principal Engineer at Komad, has written about his experiences around microservices and five "truths" which developers believe microservices will bring to their architectures, applications and teams, but which, in his view, are not always the case.

"10% Time": The Pros and Cons from Elizabeth Pope at Agile on the Beach

by Daniel Bryant on  Oct 09, 2016

At the Agile on the Beach 2016 conference, Elizabeth Pope presented “10% Time: The Pros and Cons”, and discussed her experience of devoting a percentage of work time to R&D and learning, which was popularised by Google with their ‘20% time’. Key learnings included strive to reduce barriers to entry, support non-development teams, and encourage collaboration across the organisation.

Reactive Summit 2016 Conference: Reactive Microservices and Staging Data Pipelines

by Srini Penchikala on  Oct 08, 2016

Reactive microservices, data center scale operating system (DCOS), and staging reactive data pipelines were the highlighted topics at Reactive Summit 2016 Conference held this week. InfoQ team attended the conference and this post is a summary of the first day's events at the conference.

Service-Based Architecture as an Alternative to Microservice Architecture

by Matt Fletcher on  Oct 07, 2016 5

ThoughtWorks director Neal Ford argued in a recent talk that organizations transition more easily from a monolithic architecture to a service-based architecture than to a microservices architecture. Ford spoke at UberConf 2016 about service-based architecture, a middle ground between service-oriented architecture and microservices.

Vue.js 2.0 Released, Slimmed Down and Sped Up

by David Iffland on  Oct 07, 2016 3

Vue.js 2.0 has been released along with two companion libraries. The new framework uses a new virtual DOM implementation that is said to significantly improve performance. Creator Evan You says that "Vue 2.0 [is] one of the fastest frameworks out there."

Continuous Delivery at Klaverblad Insurance

by Ben Linders on  Oct 07, 2016

Continuous delivery should be treated as an agile project as it is about automating your deployment. You have to speed up in small steps and gain trust by doing small deliveries and solve problems fast. The story about how Klaverblad insurance has implemented Agile, DevOps, continuous delivery, and microservices. Introduces Extensive Changes to Developer Experience

by Richard Seroter on  Oct 06, 2016

At their massive Dreamforce conference, cloud leader unveiled Salesforce DX: a new model for building and deploying applications to their platform. InfoQ spoke to VP of Product for Salesforce DX, Wade Wegner, for all the details.

How Facebook Redesigned the HHVM JIT Compiler for Performance

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 06, 2016

In the Summer of 2013, Facebook engineers started a major redesign of the HHVM JIT compiler that brought an overall 15% reduction of CPU usage on Facebook’s web servers. Facebook engineer Guilherme Ottoni has recently described how Facebook achieved that result by backing profile-guided optimizations (PGO) into their JIT compiler.

Don't Copy the Spotify Model

by Ben Linders on  Oct 06, 2016 5

The Spotify model can help you to understand how things are done at Spotify, but you shouldn’t copy it in your own organization. It changes all the time as people at Spotify learn and discover new things. There is no one way in which software is developed at Spotify.

Confluent Announces Kafka for the Enterprise with Multi-Datacenter Replication

by Srini Penchikala on  Oct 05, 2016

Confluent Enterprise latest version supports multi-datacenter replication, automatic data balancing, and cloud migration capability. Confluent, provider of the Apache Kafka based streaming platform, announced last week the new features for Confluent Enterprise, to help build streaming data pipelines and develop stream processing applications.

Windows Server 2016: Run Docker Natively with Enterprise Support

by Elton Stoneman on  Oct 05, 2016

Windows Server 2016 has support for running Windows apps in Docker containers, with commercial support available from Microsoft and Docker. InfoQ talked to Docker Captain and Microsoft MVP, Stefan Scherer, to hear his thoughts on the future of Docker on Windows.

Rust 1.12 Brings Mid-Level IR

by James Chesters on  Oct 05, 2016

The Rust core team has released the stable version of 1.12, calling it one of the most significant Rust releases since 1.0. The release brings the long-awaited Mid-Level IR (MIR) paving the way for future compiler optimisations.

Red Hat Releases WildFly Application Server Version 10.1

by Michael Redlich on  Oct 04, 2016 3

Red Hat has released version 10.1 of their WildFly application server, featuring full HTTP/2 support, automatic generation of TLS certificates, and improved load balancing.

Netflix Zuul Gets a Makeover to a Asynchronous and Non-Blocking Architecture

by Rags Srinivas on  Oct 04, 2016

Rags Srinivas caught up with engineering manager at Netflix, Mikey Cohen, regarding their major re-architecture of their Zuul gateway for microservices. Cohen talks about the journey and walks through the motivation and challenges of this significant effort.

IBM Announces Kitura 1.0 and Bluemix Runtime for Swift 3

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 04, 2016 2

Just a few days after Swift 3 official announcement, IBM has released version 1.0 of its open source, server-side Kitura framework along with the IBM Bluemix Runtime for Swift 3. InfoQ has spoken with IBM’s Chris Bailey about the status of Swift on the server.

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