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Spring Boot in Docker und Docker Compose

Dank Docker setzt sich das Konzept der Containerisierung, welches bereits die weltweite Logistik revolutioniert hat, nun auch in der IT Welt durch. In diesem Artikel soll es um die Software Docker des gleichnamigen Unternehmens Docker Inc. gehen. Dieser Artikel soll … Continue reading

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Function as a Service

Das Thema Function as a Service (FaaS) im Rahmen von Serverless Computing und als Weiterführung von Microservices ist nach wie vor ein vieldiskutiertes Thema. Dieser Artikel soll dem Leser Grundlagenwissen zur FaaS-Thematik vermitteln. Anschließend soll er einschätzen können, für welche … Continue reading

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Vagrant 1.5 Released

Vagrant, the free and open-source software for creating and configuring virtual development environments, has been released in version 1.5. A lot of noteworthy improvements and additions have been made to the tool. At a glance, the following features are new … Continue reading

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Going Stateless with JSF?

JSF 2.2 introduced a new feature called “stateless views”. In a stateless view the state of JSF components will not be saved and restored on every request. Statefulness in JSF has always been a point of criticism. So, since going stateless … Continue reading

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Getting rid of the session stickiness

Session stickiness is a load balancing technique that uses some sort of information to attach recurring visits (http calls) from one visitor to the same machine. This is a very common approach, and the common scenario is an apache web … Continue reading

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Whats the problem with JSF? A rant on wrong marketing arguments

There is a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt about JSF. Thats nothing new. Beeing a JSF developer you have to deal with that FUD. But where does it come from? A lot of FUD is created when developers are … Continue reading

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Cloud Foundry for the rescue?

Today VMWare announced cloud foundry. In short, cloud foundry is for cloud computing what the spring framework was for Java EE: simplicity, productivity, portability. While cloud computing (you know, the place you leak servers, not memory) does give you everything … Continue reading

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