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 !
Last month, I attended a great talk on Devoxx French edition (see http://www.devoxx.com/display/FR13/Accueil) on “Migrating an application from SQL to NoSQL”. The talk title was pretty well chosen but it was mainly a presentation of 2 products features : Couchbase and Elasticsearh. Beyond the relevancy of the speakers and the products, an Elasticsearch extension called … More Real time analytics with Elasticsearch and Kibana3
Last year, I’ve wrote a post on Launching Acceleo generation from Maven. This was actually a second post on this topic – second post introducing multi Acceleo generators project build. Things run well during this post redaction but after some weeks and colleagues tests, I realized that Acceleo had some limitations that made this build … More Launching Acceleo generation from Maven – take 3
I have dealt last weeks with evaluating SOADesigner (see http://marketplace.obeonetwork.com/module/soa) as a complementary solution of a traditional Enterprise Architecture Management suite we are using at day work. One of our goals when deciding to use this suite was to minimize the gap between architecture analysis and realizations by generating and managing SOA assets such as … More Generating SOA contracts with Obeo SOADesigner
I’ve tried the last few weeks to found the best way to write automated tests for my Acceleo generators and have come to some thoughts and findings that may be interesting. The first resource I found on the subject was this Tumblr post from Stephane Begaudeau about how unit testing the Acceleo templates and queries. … More Some thoughts on testing Acceleo Java generators
Just before summer vacations, I’ve wrote a post on Launching Acceleo generation from Maven and that seems to interest many people out there. Many questions came out on configuration details, encountered problems, compatibility issues with Tycho system and so on … So here’s a short sequel to introduce a repository I put on GitHub in … More Launching Acceleo generation from Maven – take 2