Introduction

Apache Camel: An Integration Framework

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Apache Camel Apache Camel is an open source integration framework designed to make integrating systems simple and easy. It allows end users to integrate various systems using the same API, providing support for multiple protocols and data types, while being extensible and allowing the introduction of custom protocols.  Domain-Specific Language Routes and routing engine are the central part of Camel. Routes contain the flow Continue Reading

Introduction of Spring Cloud Gateway

Reading Time: 4 minutes In a distributed environment, services need to communicate with each other. However, this is interservice communication. We also have use-cases where a client outside our domain wants to hit our services for the API. So, either we can expose the address of all our microservices which can be called by clients OR we can create a Service Gateway which routes the request to various microservices Continue Reading

Introduction to a Modern Reverse-Proxy: Traefik

Reading Time: 3 minutes Traefik is an open source API gateway, written in Golang and was developed in a Unix-centric way. It is designed to simplify the complexity regarding microservices operations. Traefik performs auto-configuration of services, which means that the developer only needs to worry about developing and deploying applications. Traefik auto-configures with sensible defaults and sends a request to the said service. With changing requirements and needs of Continue Reading

FIX Protocol : Pros and Cons

Reading Time: 2 minutes FIX stands Financial Information Exchange. The protocol is a highly scalable electronic communication protocol to facilitate real time exchange of information related to financial market. It has become the standard method of pre-trade, trade and post-trade communication. Market participants including banks, hedge funds, prime brokers etc, utilise FIX for their own trading means all to connect directly to clients. It is a full-fledged liquidity provider.

Java 9: Getting started with Jshell in JAVA 9

Reading Time: 3 minutes Java Shell tool (JShell) has been introduced as a part of JAVA 9. It is a Read-Evaluate-Print Loop (REPL), which evaluates declarations, statements, and expressions as they are entered and immediately shows the results. The tool is run from the command line. In this blog, we will learn about this interactive tool that can be used for learning the Java programming language and prototyping Java Continue Reading

Getting Started with Vault

Reading Time: 3 minutes HashiCorp Vault is a secret management tool which provides a secure and reliable way to store secrets like passwords, access token, secret API key etc.

There are applications that need to interact with third party services and for that it needs various credentials. There are scenarios in which we need different credentials to process different requests. So, where will you store them? Can you really hard-code them and publish them to your sub-versioning tool? Ofcourse not. This is not a recommendable approach.

Create your first messaging application with RabbitMQ

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is RabbitMQ and Why we should use it? We often get this question in our mind when we look to any project and see RabbitMQ in its technical stack. So, this blog will give you a brief introduction to RabbitMQ. RabbitMQ is a message-broker whose basic functionality is to accept and forward the message. It is an open-source enterprise messaging system modeled on the Advanced Continue Reading

First steps to build Spring Boot Application with Couchbase

Reading Time: 2 minutes As the name of the blog suggests, we will be taking the first steps to build a simple application from scratch using Couchbase as a database and spring -boot as a framework. Let’s get started. You can create a starter maven project using this link. Add Web, Lombok and Couchbase dependencies. The pom.xml should look like: This file contains bidirectional Unicode text that may be Continue Reading

Scala: Auxiliary Constructors – We are here to help!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Everyone, In this blog, we will be discussing the constructors of the Scala. Constructor: A constructor is a special method of a class or structure in object-oriented programming that initializes an object of that type. A constructor is an instance method that usually has the same name as the class, and can be used to set the values of the members of an object, Continue Reading