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Deploying IBM's Db2 on OpenShift

This article describes an easy way for developers to deploy IBM’s Db2 databases on Red Hat OpenShift. Managed Services There are multiple ways to use Db2 in the cloud. One way is to use IBM’s man...

Webinar Recording: Application Modernization and Rabbits

At We Are Developers I gave a talk about my application modernization example which shows how to modernize 10+ year-old Java applications with modern cloud-based technologies. Abstract Are you cur...

Running Managed OpenShift On-Premises

This month IBM announced the general availability of IBM Cloud Satellite as well as the general availability of OpenShift on Satellite. This offering is incredibly powerful! It allows companies to ...

Video: Application Modernization in Baby Steps

Are you curious to learn how to modernize 10 years old Java applications to gain benefits from the cloud? Do you want to try this yourself following step by step instructions? Then you should check...

Developing loosely coupled Micro Frontends via RxJS

My last article Developing Micro Frontends with Single-Spa explained how to break down monolithic web applications in micro frontends using single-spa. In order to ensure loosely coupling between t...

Developing Micro Frontends with Single-Spa

In the process of building new or modernizing older applications, backend functionality is often broken down in multiple microservices. Without modular frontends though, applications often don’t ga...

Using Micro Frontends in Microservices based Architectures

One of the advantages of microservices based architectures is that parts of applications can be updated independently from each other. However, in the process of modularizing applications the front...

Using Quarkus for building reactive Applications

When building applications and microservices for container environments like Kubernetes and OpenShift, efficient usage of resources is key. Similarly to popular frameworks like Node.js/JavaScript, ...

Event driven Architectures for loosely coupled Microservices

The strangler pattern is a common methodology to break down monoliths in microservices. However caution needs to be taken to prevent building distributed monoliths. This article describes how to us...

Step-by-Step Instructions for Mono2Micro

In my previous article Strangler Pattern Example I explained why it might make sense to modernize monoliths and start using microservices. In my sample application breaking down the monolith in sep...

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