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    Microservices in a Post-Kubernetes Era

    by Bilgin Ibryam Follow 5 Followers on  Sep 01, 2018 1

    The microservice architecture is still the most popular architectural style for distributed systems. But Kubernetes and the cloud native movement have redefined certain aspects of application design and development at scale. Modern developers must be fluent in a programming language to implement the business functionality, and equally fluent in cloud native technologies.

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    Istio and the Future of Service Meshes

    by Jasmine Jaksic Follow 2 Followers on  Jun 19, 2018

    A service mesh provides a transparent and language-independent way to flexibly and easily automate networking, security, and observation functions. This article examines the past, present and future of the Istio service mesh. The near-term goal is to launch Istio to 1.0, when the key features will all be in beta, including support for Hybrid environments.

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    Picking an Active-Active Geo Distribution Strategy: Comparing Merge Replication and CRDT

    by Roshan Kumar Follow 0 Followers on  Jun 12, 2018

    Modern distributed applications are fuelling the growing demand for distributed active-active, multi-master databases. While most popular databases support multi-master deployment, different databases employ different techniques. LWW, MVCC, merge replication and CRDTs deliver eventual consistency, offering read and write access with local latency and remaining available during network partitions.

Architecture & Design Follow 2430 Followers

Microservices and the Economics of Small Things

Posted by Mark Burgess Follow 1 Followers on  May 25, 2018

In this article Mark Burgess explores the process of "decentralizing intent" and the effect it has on the predictability of our systems including what we can know as we scale systems.

.NET Follow 423 Followers

Article Series: .NET Core

Posted by Chris Woodruff Follow 5 Followers on  May 23, 2018

In this series, we explore some of the benefits .NET Core and how it can help traditional .NET developers and all technologists that need to bring robust, performant and economical solutions to market

Development Follow 690 Followers

A Comparison between Rust and Erlang

Posted by Krishna Kumar Thokala Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 13, 2018

This article will focus on a comparison between Erlang and Rust, highlighting their similarities and differences, and may be interesting to both Erlang and Rust developers 6

Architecture & Design Follow 2430 Followers

FPGAs Supercharge Computational Performance

Posted by Rob Taylor Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 17, 2017

Rob Taylor describes how FPGAs are becoming a viable alternative to traditional CPUs and GPUs, and can provide up to 100x performance improvements for parallel, low-latency, high-throughput problems.

DevOps Follow 974 Followers

Practical Monitoring: Book Review and Q&A with Mike Julian

Posted by Daniel Bryant Follow 769 Followers on  Nov 07, 2017

InfoQ recently sat down with Mike Julian, author of Practical Monitoring , and discussed the role and implementation of effective monitoring within software development and the business.

Java Follow 1107 Followers

The Java Evolution of Eclipse Collections

Posted by Kristen O'Leary Follow 3 Followers on  Oct 09, 2017

Learn about new Java 8 features in Eclipse Collections, a high performance Java Collections framework, and see some of the new things we’ve done to prepare for Java 9. 1

Culture & Methods Follow 806 Followers

Improving Corporate Cognitive Performance in IT Organisations

Posted by Andrew Mawson Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 12, 2017

The biggest tool in the software engineer’s toolkit is the brain. This article explains the different domains of the brain and their links to the performance of software engineers.

.NET Follow 423 Followers

Virtual Panel: High Performance Application in .NET

Posted by Pierre-Luc Maheu Follow 4 Followers on  Jul 06, 2017

The panelists discuss high performance computing in .NET. The topics range from the main challenges they faced, to .NET Native and high performance in unconventional platforms.

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Benchmarks Don't Have to Die

Posted by Matt Fleming Follow 0 Followers on  May 31, 2017

Are tracing and profiling the future of performance engineering outside of the fast-moving JavaScript community? Do all benchmarks have a shelf-life?

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