Today, I will not be sharing a tutorial or a review, I will share with you my new book news ! 🥳 I just finished typing the fourth chapter. These four chapters belong to the first part of the story: the MoNoLITHiC dedicated part 🤪 ..
Today is my birthday and what a wonderful day to celebrate my life, but not only. Today I celebrate my first year in Microsoft, one of the most wonderful years in my career.. a year plenty of great new people, amazing challenges, wellness and happiness. 🎉🎊
I will be in the National School of Computing Sciences of Tunisia (ENSI Tunisia), from the 2nd to 4th January 2020, to animate a 20 Hours workshop, about Microservices in Java and how to deploy them as Docker Containers to Kubernetes. The event is organized by Mrs Rim Drira.
The Microservices Architecture World, we can meet many concepts and patterns, like the Centralized Configuration, Circuit Breaker, Service Registry and Discovery, etc.. Two of these patterns are the CQRS and the Event Sourcing patterns, coming from the Domain Driven Design planet 🌏 In the most of the use-cases, these two patterns are sold together 😁 in this new tutorial, we will discover what does each one ? why they are usually used together ? and for sure we will implement these two patterns in Java ☕️ obviously 🤓
In this post, I will share with you my experience starting from a disaster that occurred to my blog ☠️😢😭 until reaching the 100/100 performance score and get all Audits Validation Badges on Google Lighthouse 🏆🥇🎉🎊🎈💯/💯🥳
October 10th, I was writing a new post in my blog, in one of the previews, the site kept loading without giving any response. 😱😫😰😓😳🥵
In one of the previous posts, I introduced the Azure Functions Java. I felt that I need to write a dedicated tutorial to this great Azure Serverless service 😁
In this post, I will be covering many concepts in deep:
- Triggers and bindings
- Events and messaging
- Deployments & Consumptions
I would like to thank JetBrains for offering me the complimentary JetBrains All Products Pack subscription as part of the JetBrains Developer Recognition Program 🤩
In enterprise application, performance is major requirement of success. Especially for applications where slowness will have a direct detrimental impact on business productivity, profits and even the brand itself, like trading platforms and e-commerces.
If a trading platform loads slowly or experiences errors, it will translate into loss of business, and losses can be extremely high, and the customer might end up switching to another competitor.
In this context comes the Application Performance Management (APM). APM is the monitoring and management of performance and availability of applications. APM strives to detect and diagnose complex application performance problems to maintain an expected level of service.
On this article, I am going to explain how to use Azure Monitor which is the Microsoft Azure’s product that helps you maximize performance and availability of your applications and proactively identify problems in seconds.