I’ve recently worked on a case of porting to OpenShift some JBoss EAP workload (EAP is the Red Hat supported version of Wildfly). One tricky part of this re-platforming was about allowing EJBs to be invoked remotely by some other EJBs or components. AS I haven’t found any complete documentation on how to do that, … More Deploy JBoss EAP apps on OpenShift with remote EJB invocations
Have no doubt, OpenShift is a great platform for running microservices architectured applications! However, when it comes to Application Performance Management (APM) some may think there’s a lack because no components are coming off-the-shelf in the platform. Indeed this makes sense cause APM is a tricky problem and may be addressed in many mays depending … More APM for your Spring Boot microservices on OpenShift
Last week I wanted to make my MEAN application (MEAN standing for MongoDB / ExpressJS / AngularJS / NodeJS) able to run on Docker containers. As I use a very common Yeoman generator as a bootstrap for my app and MEAN is now a very common configuration, I thought I’ll find some very complete tutorials on the Internet. … More Dockerize your MEAN application
This post introduces the EIP Designer project I work on for some months now (see https://github.com/lbroudoux/eip-designer and http://www.enterpriseintegrationpatterns.com for introduction on EIP). Full content has now been moved for to an article at InfoQ. You can now found the whole article named “EIP Designer: Bridging the Gap Between EA and Development” here : http://www.infoq.com/articles/eip-designer. Feel … More EIP to bridge the gap between EA and Development ?
As you may have noticed, I am an addicted user of Elasticsearch and have already written some river plugins for indexing different data sources such as Amazon S3 buckets or Google drives. As a river plugins developper, I usually find myself in situations where I should test many Elasticsearch version and configuration combos – for … More Manage your Elasticsearch rivers with Sluice
So long ago since my last post but be sure I have not been devoided of thoughts since then (have seen the blog title ? ;-)). Just a lack of time and energy to write things down… I resume today with blogging with a Spring Roo plugin I finished last week. For those that didn’t … More Use Elasticsearch as a data store for your Spring Roo app
As I blogged yesterday, I recently discover a limitation into Elasticsearch architecture regarding the isolation of plugins. The fact is that every plugin and its libraries are added to the same Java ClassLoader during startup and thus all the plugins share resources and classes definitions. Observation I encounter this by developping and testing 2 plugins … More Plugin isolation support in Elasticsearch
I pursue my Elasticsearch journey with a new plugin release today … So, your company uses Amazon S3 as a storage backend for internal documentation ? Or you’re running a Web application where users can upload and share files and content backed by S3 ? Now, you want/have/need to have the whole suff indexed and … More Indexing your Amazon S3 bucket with Elasticsearch
Hi there, I’ve blogged some weeks ago about a test run I’ve done with Elasticsearch and Kibana3 (now just Kibana, the ‘3’ has been dropped since ;-)). And the fact is that is was so much fun and so pleasant to go with them that I’d like to go further and start digging into Elasticsearch. … More A river plugin for Elasticsearch that index Google Drive
Enfin ! Ce long week-end a porté ces fruits et je peux enfin annoncer que “Ca y est : la cabane est finie !”. Alors pour tout ceux qui en entendent parler depuis des mois, voici le résultat : Je voulais aussi profiter de ce moment pour remercier toutes les personnes qui ont contribué en … More La cabane est finie !