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Strategies for Microservices Communication

by Jan Stenberg Follow 34 Followers on  Aug 16, 2018

When moving from a monolith to a microservices architecture, complexity implicitly hidden within the monolith becomes explicitly visible and the challenges for communication will grow exponentially, Michael Plöd explained in a presentation at GeeCON 2018, describing different strategies for communicating between microservices.

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Rust 2018 is Approaching: Managing the Transition from Rust 2015

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  Aug 15, 2018

The first release of Rust 2018, corresponding to Rust 1.31, will be ready on December 6 2018, writes the Rust Core Team, consolidating under a new label the wealth of new features that have enriched the language since Rust 2015 was first delivered.

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QLoo Creates GraphQL Interface for Existing Services

by Thomas Betts Follow 45 Followers on  Jul 31, 2018

Solo.io recently released QLoo , an API translation layer to provide GraphQL endpoints for existing services and serverless functions. QLoo is intended to simplify the process of adding GraphQL on top of existing software.

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Entity Services Increase Complexity: Tareq Abedrabbo Discusses Microservices Antipatterns

by Andrew Morgan Follow 3 Followers on  Jul 13, 2018 3

Entity services are a microservices anti-pattern, writes Tareq Abedrabbo, independent software consultant. The core reason for this is that they form shallow modules, where the interface is complex in relation to the functionality it provides.

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Rust 1.27 Adds Support for SIMD

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  Jun 23, 2018

SIMD support is the most notable new feature in Rust 1.27, along with a more explicit syntax for traits.

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Rust Has Got Existential Types

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  May 24, 2018

Version 1.26 of Rust adds support for existential types, improved match bindings, slice patterns, and some useful syntactic sugar. The Rust compiler has also become faster and supports 128 bit integers.

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NGINX Releases Open Source Web Server with Dynamic Configuration

by Matt Campbell Follow 1 Followers on  May 04, 2018

NGINX recently released version 1.0 of Unit, an open-source web and application server. The server supports remote and dynamic configuration and incurs no service interruptions for configuration changes. Unit 1.0 also supports multiple languages (Go, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby) running on the same instance, including multiple versions of the same language.

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Ember 3.0 and beyond, with Co-Creator Tom Dale

by Dylan Schiemann Follow 7 Followers on  Mar 29, 2018

Tom Dale, co-creator of Ember and senior staff software engineer at LinkedIn, recently talked with InfoQ about the recent Ember 3.0 release, the direction of the Ember project, alignment with modern web standards, and Ember’s initial experiments with Rust and Web Assembly.

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Monitoring Microservices at Scale at Crisp

by Hrishikesh Barua Follow 15 Followers on  Mar 24, 2018

Crisp’s engineering team shared their experience in monitoring their microservices stack. Vigil, their open sourced project in Rust, is a set of pull/push probes to collect health data with support for multiple languages, a status dashboard and integration with some external alerting tools.

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Rust 2018 Will Focus on Productivity, WebAssembly, Embedded, and More

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  Mar 16, 2018

The Rust core team has announced the official roadmap for Rust in 2018, which brings productivity to the fore and targets four main domains: Web services, WebAssembly, CLI apps, and embedded devices.

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Rust Gets Incremental Compiler and Standard Code Formatter

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  Feb 18, 2018

Rust 1.24 brings two new major features: incremental compilation and a standard code formatter, rustfmt.

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Is REST the New SOAP?

by Mark Little Follow 14 Followers on  Feb 03, 2018 6

The REST debate was re-ignited a few weeks ago when Pakal de Bonchamp wrote an article complaining about many aspects of the approach and likening it to SOAP. His original article went into a lot of detail and sparked a lot of comments and then WeWork's Phil Sturgeon wrote a response which essentially refuted de Bonchamp's claims. The conversation between the two continues.

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restQL, a Microservices Query Language, Released on GitHub

by Thomas Betts Follow 45 Followers on  Jan 11, 2018

restQL, a query language for microservices, is now available as an open-source project on GitHub. The restQL language is intended to simplify common scenarios for client-side access to RESTful microservices, including multiple parallel calls and chained calls. restQL was created to avoid some limitations of the more well-known data querying and management frameworks Falcor and GraphQL.

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Rust 1.23 Improves Memory Usage and More

by Sergio De Simone Follow 17 Followers on  Jan 07, 2018

The most significant improvement in Rust’s latest version is the reduction of memory usage made possible by avoiding some unnecessary copies. Additionally, rustdoc now consistently uses a CommonMark compliant engine to render the documentation.

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Rust in Visual Studio and VS Code

by Jonathan Allen Follow 595 Followers on  Dec 15, 2017

Daniel Griffen has released a preview version of a Rust language service for Visual Studio. This plugin requires Visual Studio 2017 Preview, an experimental release stream for testing new VS features.

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