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Micronaut vs Quarkus – Part IV: Going Native

One of the promises of both Micronaut and Quarkus is to make it easy to run microservices as native images. Native images promise faster startup times and a lower memory…

Roger Goossens
17 mei, 2021

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Getting started with Quarkus

The last couple of years I have worked and experimented a lot with injection frameworks. New frameworks like Micronaut and Quarkus in my personal environment, while professionally working primarily with…

Dirk Janssen
15 april, 2021

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Fixed vs Growth Mindset: how to (not) limit yourself

Inevitably, in IT we keep learning new things all through our careers to be able to keep up with the ever changing digital future. This is no different from other…

Stephan Vos
15 februari, 2021

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Adding USB devices to your containers

While this may seem like an uncommon scenario, it’s very useful to add USB devices to your containers. Imagine running Home Assistant in your container and having a Z-wave or…

Robert Jan de Groot
3 januari, 2021

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How we installed Openshift 4.5 UPI with Static IP’s on VMWare

In this blogpost I’ll explain how we have set up Openshift 4.5 on a VMWare environment using the ‘User Provided Infrastructure’ installation method. Whereas Openshift 4,1 and 4.2 had mandatory…

Robert Jan de Groot
9 november, 2020

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Business Intelligence and the stuff of dreams – Part 2: The magic of understanding what is happening now

In my previous blog I introduced you to TIBCO Spotfire and why it’s such a powerful tool. In this blog, I’ll show you that together with additional TIBCO components, it…

Eric Hans van Wingerden
10 september, 2020

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Business Intelligence and the stuff of dreams – Part I: Introducing TIBCO Spotfire

Business Intelligence, Data Science, Big Data, Analytics: decades have passed since we first added these words to our day-to-day vocabulary. In fact, I have been talking about these subjects, implementing them,…

Eric Hans van Wingerden
3 september, 2020

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Micronaut vs Quarkus – Part II: Micronaut First Contact

In the first part of the series we built a REST microservice using the well- known Spring Boot framework. Long overdue – let’s blame it on the summer season and…

Roger Goossens
19 augustus, 2020

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How to implement AWS CLI access using SAML 2.0 and Active Directory Federation Services ?

AWS supports identity federation using SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) 2.0. Using SAML, you can configure your AWS accounts to integrate with your identity provider (IdP). Once configured, your federated…

Jan van Zoggel
3 augustus, 2020

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Spring Cloud Config Server with Camel

First of all, a disclaimer: this post will outline an interesting solution to an interesting problem that only exists due to the infrastructure being as it is and choices what…

Thomas Janssen
4 juli, 2020

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Quarkus and Apache Camel

One of the biggest arguments against Java that is always coming up in discussions is the fact that it is bloated. In comparison to some other (newer) languages I always…

Dirk Janssen
9 juni, 2020

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iPaaS, a technological synonym for a Digital Business Platform?

In my last blogpost I emphasized on the importance of an iPaaS for digital businesses and the ability to support “a wide variety of endpoints and data formats, domains, constituents…

Rubén Middeljans
8 juni, 2020

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Micronaut vs Quarkus – Part I: The Spring Boot Chronicles

In this series of articles Terra10 rockers Dirk Janssen and Roger Goossens will explore the brave new world beyond the Spring Boot ecosystem and will dive into two promising microservice…

Roger Goossens
28 mei, 2020

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How to run an AWS X-Ray sidecar container in a private subnet

We are running cloud native applications in a private VPC meaning the elastic network interfaces don’t have direct internet access, not even through a NAT Gateway. Instead the AWS Lambda…

Jan van Zoggel
22 mei, 2020

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Server-sent Events

Lately I have been working as a full stack developer, I have been working on an Angular front end in combination with some Spring-Boot backend services. Very hip and trendy…

Dirk Janssen
18 mei, 2020

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How to use a AWS Lambda function as reverse proxy

AWS supports the targeting of a Lambda function behind an application load balancer. Most likely you probably deploy most of your Lambda functions on the AWS API Gateway (same as…

Jan van Zoggel
12 mei, 2020

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IoT Integration with NodeRed

In my last posts I  wrote about Nomad as my ideal container orchestration home-server. Specifically about how to install it, and how to create and run a job. For my…

Dirk Janssen
6 mei, 2020

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Testen met Cypress.io

Cypress.IO is een ‘End to End’ (E2E) frontend test tool. De testtool is open source en daardoor gratis te gebruiken. Het is eenvoudig om met behulp van Cypress snel E2E test…

Marco van de Bunt
6 mei, 2020

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Nomad – How to create a new Job

In my previous posts, I have already explained why I chose nomad and how I installed it on my server. In the next post I will answer the question: “How…

Dirk Janssen
30 april, 2020

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Optimizing Supply Management – Serverless Kubernetes with AWS Fargate

The beer hipsters at Terrax Micro-Brewery IncTM are always looking for ways to expand their beer production imperium. Recently they struck a deal with cloud giant Amazon for hosting their…

Roger Goossens
29 april, 2020