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My new book is here !!

Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift is here !

Today, November 24th 2018, I released my new book Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift!! Finally, after ten months of work, tests, POCs and many edition iterations, the newborn is here !

The book is edited and sold on the LeanPub platform:

The book is sold mainly in two different offers:

  • The Book only
  • The Book + one hour of training about Java Microservices and Kubernetes/OpenShift

I have some ideas about making some other packages, I will post about them soon ! Stay tuned !!

I hope that this book satisfies all your needs about the Java Microservices in the Kubernetes and OpenShift ecosystem..

Many other subjects will be covered.. Yeah ! LeanPub gives me the opportunity to deliver as many updates that I can write 😀 this is cool ! you pay once, you get everything !!

Meetup Report: Architecture in the Cloud Era

We organized, at Onepoint, our first Architecture Meetup, the 19th of July, in our beautiful headquarters in Trocadéro, Paris.

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First Architecture MeetUp @Onepoint – July 2018

Le jeudi 19 juillet à l’Atelier, la communauté Architecture exposera des REXs, des démos, des workshops avec un invité mondialement reconnu sur le DevOps, le CloudNative et les architectures modernes : Aymen El Amri.

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Playing with Spring Boot on Kubernetes

I. Introduction

In this tutorial I will show you how to write a small Spring Boot CRUD application and how to deploy it on Kubernetes.

Spring Boot is an innovative project that aims to make it easy to create Spring applications by simplifying the configuration and deployment actions through its convention over configuration based setup.

Kubernetes (commonly referred to as “K8s”) is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications that was originally designed by Google and now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. It aims to provide a “platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts”. It works with a range of container tools, including Docker.

Docker is an open source project that automates the deployment of applications inside software containers.

This tutorial is a getting started point to the Spring Boot & K8s stack.

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Incoming training: Playing with Spring Boot on Kubernetes Bootcamp

 

Content and details to be defined soon…

If you have any special requests, please feel free to contact me by mail.

My upcoming book: Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift

Today, I would like to share with you the title of my new book: Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift.

I started working on it, since the January 2018.

Cover of my upcoming book

Cover of my upcoming book

Playing with Java Microservices on Kubernetes and OpenShift will teach you how to build and design microservices using Java and the Spring platform.

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Announcement: Summer School Tunisia 2017

Summer School is a unique opportunity to learn about developing web and mobile applications that meets the requirements of good design, high scalability and faster integration/deployment.

Two parallel tracks will run together and participants have to choose on the two.

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NetBeans Day France 2017 – Grenoble

This year, the NetBeans France Community decided to make the NetBeans Day France 2017 in Grenoble City, at the 7th of February.

The event was hosted by Grenoble Informatics Laboratory, Grenoble Alpes University.

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The Reactive Manifesto

Published on September 16 2014. (v2.0) – The Reactive Manifesto

Organisations working in disparate domains are independently discovering patterns for building software that look the same. These systems are more robust, more resilient, more flexible and better positioned to meet modern demands.

These changes are happening because application requirements have changed dramatically in recent years. Only a few years ago a large application had tens of servers, seconds of response time, hours of offline maintenance and gigabytes of data. Today applications are deployed on everything from mobile devices to cloud-based clusters running thousands of multi-core processors. Users expect millisecond response times and 100% uptime. Data is measured in Petabytes. Today’s demands are simply not met by yesterday’s software architectures.

We believe that a coherent approach to systems architecture is needed, and we believe that all necessary aspects are already recognised individually: we want systems that are Responsive, Resilient, Elastic and Message Driven. We call these Reactive Systems.

Systems built as Reactive Systems are more flexible, loosely-coupled and scalable. This makes them easier to develop and amenable to change. They are significantly more tolerant of failure and when failure does occur they meet it with elegance rather than disaster. Reactive Systems are highly responsive, giving users effective interactive feedback.

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