Recently I’ve read a few articles and saw some talks about event sourcing. About the same time the first version of Axon 3.0 with support […]

In the following post, I briefly describe why I decided to use a document-based NoSQL database. After a brief introduction, I will mention reasons for […]

Handling concurrent access is quite common in transactional data managing systems. As long as your application only creates and reads data records concurrency is not […]

Currently, I am setting up a RESTful service with Spring Boot that indexes files and authors of a Git repository. For example, I have a […]

Abstract This blog post describes a tutorial how to get started with application development and deployment to a local and public Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) […]

Der Begriff MapReduce ist bei vielen automatisch mit Apache Hadoop verbunden. Apache Hadoop ist ein Framework, mit welchem sich MapReduce Berechnungen auf sehr großen Datenbeständen […]

A typical cloud application consists of different services that communicate with each other. Because of the cloud’s nature servers come and go and therefore the […]

Application security is constantly gaining more importance in the information technology world. There is hardly a day without any news on data breaches or security […]

Spring Batch is a popular implementation of JSR 352. But how can it be used in a Java EE application server environment using CDI-Beans. In […]

This post is a ‘step-by-step’ tutorial how Flyway could be integrated into an existing application. For this purpose I’ve created a sample application which uses […]

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