Apache ActiveMQ is one of the oldest Open Source messaging products. However for the past couple of years its roadmap has been changed multiple times. If you are starting a new long term project, I would suggest that you consider… Read More ›
Application developers today have more choices than ever before. Choices of programming languages, UI and backend frameworks, libraries, IDEs, operating systems, databases, clouds. It appears that the most difficult thing in application development today is to make a decision which… Read More ›
Finally I was able to spend some time and record a video of the session I delivered in LasVegas during the IBM InterConnect 2016 conference. Since the recording was done last week in my home “studio” I decided to record… Read More ›
One of the benefits of Open Standards is the ability to avoid vendor lock in. Once you build an app and your original choice of the platform does not longer fit your requirements, you are able to move to another… Read More ›
Please see updated version of this post here: http://ibmadvantage.com/2016/04/04/video-recording-of-the-was-vs-jboss-weblogic-and-tomcat-presentation/.
The traditional way of building web and mobile applications was to create them monolithic in nature, where the application was packaged and deployed as a single unit and ran on a single instance of an application server (or many copies… Read More ›
Key requirements of microservices are that they should be easy to manage, are highly available and can scale to handle workload variability. The fulfillment of this requirement largely depends on the runtime environment where these microservices are deployed. The runtime… Read More ›