Moving towards microservices means moving towards distributed systems where you have to deal with latency, authorization and authentication, and messages that do not arrive, argues Sander Hoogendoorn. With microservices you can break down large systems into smaller components to regain control over the architecture.
Almost five years in the making, Dropwizard's Java RESTful Web Service framework version 1.0.0 offers a host of new features including Java 8, Http/2 and Scala support, and the latest versions of supporting Java APIs.
Increasingly, software developers have the ability to not only maintain and architect code, but extend their expertise to providing direction to the business. By using domain driven design, developers can discover customer behaviors and recommend practices that change the nature of the business.
We live in a distributed world, but that doesn’t mean we have to tackle every single problem that comes along with that. We only need to tackle those that really need to be solved; develop a sense of where value lies in your business and where it’s reasonable to take risks. This will make building distributed systems much easier, Camille Fournier claimed, when interviewed by Stefan Tilkov.
On July 15th, Microsoft announced the Azure Premium Messaging service has reached General Availability (GA). Premium Messaging targets customers who would like more predictable messaging performance. InfoQ reached out to Dan Rosanova, Principal Program Manager on the Azure Service Bus team for additional insight into this milestone.
In a recent blog post, Uber engineer Emily Reinhold described how they broke a monolithic API into a modular, flexible microservice architecture. She highlighted a few key design and architectural choices that were key to Uber’s migration effort.
WSO2 MSF4J 2.0 has added support for Spring, Swagger definition generation, ExceptionMapper and StreamingOutput.
Microsoft has published their guidance for creating “RESTful” APIs. Roy Fielding calls them HTTP APIs that have little to do with REST.
Versioning of Web APIs by adding a version to the URI or using versioned media types does not work on the open web. What we rather need are contracts that evolve with the changes we need, Sebastien Lambla claimed in a recent presentation, describing ways of avoiding the need to version.
Juval Löwy has pioneered a method of building service-oriented applications in which each class represents a service onto itself. While these applications may initially seem like 'class explosion', they are actually the product of a truly decomposed system; one that has been properly analyzed and designed. Juwal explains his intent and describes how development teams can improve from this process.
After working with many different teams, Greg Young has found that they often are drastically over-engineeringing in their projects. Teams start to work on 9 month projects, but by thinking on the problem from another perspective they may be able to deliver 95% of the value in just a few weeks, Young claimed in his keynote at the recent DDD eXchange conference in London.
Apple’s new Messages framework for iOS, introduced at WWDC 2016, aims to make it possible to create app extensions that interact with Apple’s Messages app. A look at the framework API.
Version 1.9 beta of GitHub’s Atom text editor has been announced, along with Atom 1.8. Atom 1.9 beta sports a completed redesign of its buffer display layers, drag and drop layout management for tabs, and an upgraded Electron.
Confluent Platform 3.0 messaging system from Confluent, the company behind Apache Kafka messaging framework, supports Kafka Streams for real-time data processing. The company announced last week the general availability of the latest version of the open source Confluent platform.
On April 27, 2016 Microsoft announced a new personal workflow tool called Flow. The platform is an “IFTTT like” tool that focuses on the automation of personal tasks by orchestrating work across popular SaaS based services.