The default way to scale applications in Kubernetes (K8s) is by CPU usage. But not all problems are CPU based and scaling on other metrics […]

These days, using secure connections via HTTPS (TLS) and the much more efficient HTTP/2 protocol should be a matter of course for all web applications. […]

In my previous blog post about Axon, I showed how to create a simple application that uses event sourcing. In the end, you could call […]

It may happen, for whatever reason, that you must store credentials in your project. You could store the plain text credentials in your code repository, […]

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 […]

In my previous post (Why I chose MongoDB) I described, why I have chosen MongoDB for the further development of my prototype. In this post, […]

In our previous blog post, we have already introduced the topic of Microservices Consumer Driven Contract (CDC) Testing and the motivation behind it. We also took a […]

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 […]

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 […]

As you know there are thousands of news websites where you can read news in HTML format with your web browser. These sites are often […]

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