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Intro In the last post HowTo: Web Application with Spring-Boot, Kotlin and Mongodb, a short tutorial was provided to create a simple web application. We […]

If only a soft migration instead of a big bang migration of an application to the cloud possible, the database must be shared between the […]

JSR-107 (aka JCache) specifies API and semantics for temporary, in-memory caching of Java objects in order to standardize most common caching use cases. This JSR […]

Where will we sprint? There are a lot of blog posts about Spring and Spring Cloud out there. The Spring Blog for example, describes all […]

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