Java

GSSAPI – Generic Security Service Application Program Interface

Reading Time: 2 minutes In the previous blog, We have read about SCRAM Authentication. In Today’s blog, we gonna read about GSSAPI (Kerberos) Authentication. Kerberos is a security protocol that provides an alternate mechanism for client and server authentication. Introduction to GSSAPI As its name implies, the GSS-API enables programmers to write generic applications with respect to security. It is widely use by protocol implementers as a means to Continue Reading

Spring GCP BigQuery

Reading Time: 3 minutes BigQuery is Google’s fully managed, petabyte scale, low cost analytics data warehouse. It’s Serverless, highly scalable, and cost-effective multicloud data warehouse designed for business agility. BigQuery Benefits Gain insights with real-time and predictive analytics– Query streaming data in real time and get up-to-date information on all your business processes. Predict business outcomes easily with built-in machine learning–without the need to move data. Access data and Continue Reading

Apache Beam Transformation

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this blog, we are going to see the various ways of transformation in the apache beam. Transforms are the operations in your pipeline and provide a generic processing framework. As we know Apache Beam is an open-source, unified model for defining both batch and streaming data-parallel processing pipelines. So generally we refer to the Transform as the PTransfarm. Here P stands for Parallel. PTransform Continue Reading

Spring Boot microservices with logging using Spring Cloud GCP

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is Spring Boot and Spring Cloud GCP? Spring Boot: Spring Boot is a java-based framework i.e. free and open-source.  Using Spring boot you can create java (web)apps mostly based on microservices  architecture. It makes it easier for you to focus on development work by simply  providing default dependencies that you may require in your project (it takes care of  boiler-plate code). Spring Cloud GCP: Continue Reading

Streaming Data Pipelines using Kafka connect

Reading Time: 3 minutes Are the messages produced by using one part of a utility to apache Kafka and eaten up with the aid of some other part of that equal utility, different applications aren’t interested in those messages? Allow’s imagine that the distributing statistics units which are computed these rubdowns may also need those messages into an outside gadget or push it from an external carrier. So having Continue Reading

Introduction to Kafka Connect/Connectors

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Kafka Connect? Kafka Connect is an open-source component and framework to get Kafka connected with the external systems, including the databases. There are connectors that help to move huge data sets into and out of the Kafka system. Kafka Connect is only used to copy the streamed data, thus its scope is not broad.It executes as an independent process for testing and a Continue Reading

Exception Handling in Apache Camel using Spring

Reading Time: 3 minutes Apache Camel is a rule-based routing and mediation engine that provides a Java object-based implementation of the Enterprise Integration Patterns using an API (or declarative Java Domain Specific Language) to configure routing and mediation rules. In this post we will implement Exception Handling in Apache Camel using Spring. Features of Apache Camel Apache camel is a lightweight framework. It provides us with a number of components. Continue Reading

Know About Spring Cloud GCP

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction The Spring Cloud GCP project makes the Spring Framework a first-class citizen of the Google Cloud Platform. Spring Cloud GCP allows you to take advantage of the Spring Framework’s power and simplicity to: Pub/Sub can be published and subscribed to on Google Cloud. With Spring Data Cloud Spanner, Spring Data Cloud Datastore, and Spring Data Reactive Repositories for the Cloud Fire store, you may Continue Reading

Getting started with Kafka Connect / Connectors

Reading Time: 3 minutes Overview: In this blog, we will be going to deep dive in with Kafka Connect and know about some basic fundamentals of it. Apache Kafka is one of the central technologies in Undertaking Models these days. More than 60% of Fortune 500 companies are utilizing Kafka. The innovation has advanced apart over the final decade i.e. from Pub/Sub to a Total Occasion Streaming Stage. Therefore, The exceptionally begins necessity to work in an occasion-driven framework is to ingest data/events. For the same reason, Kafka Interface was involved in the Kafka Biological system in 2015. This empowers us to coordinate outside frameworks without composing a Continue Reading

Intro to Spring AOP

Reading Time: 2 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists and Constant learning is the foundation of success.In order to continue your learning with something new, here were are going to learn about working with Spring AOP.Here we will look at what AOP is, and what features we have with AOP. Let’s start with the intro first. Spring AOP AOP stands for Aspect-Oriented ProgrammingSpring Continue Reading

Intro to Spring Reactor: Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists and Constant learning is the foundation of success.In order to continue your learning with something new, here were are going to learn deep into Spring Reactor. Here we will look into Advance details about Spring Reactor like Backpressure, Operation, and more. Backpressure Backpressure is when a downstream can tell an upstream to send it Continue Reading

Intro to Spring Reactor: Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists and Constant learning is the foundation of success.In order to continue your learning with something new, here were are going to learn about Spring Reactor. Let’s start with the basics about what is Reactive Programming first. Reactive Programming It’s important to understand the difference between reactive programming and reactive systems. We use both these Continue Reading

Implementing Spring Cloud Gateway Filters

Reading Time: 3 minutes Spring Cloud provides a different type of built in filters .So, they are many different type of Spring cloud Gateway filters. Also, we can create our own custom filters to suit our requirement. Spring Cloud Gateway Filters can be divided in two categories: Pre Filters Post Filters Using Predicates Spring Cloud Gateway determines which route should get called. Once it is decided the request is Continue Reading