Technology: Java


Introduction of JIRA

Reading Time: 5 minutes Software development teams use Jira Software for every stage of the development lifecycle. Jira is a suite of agile work management solutions that powers collaboration across all teams from concept to customer, empowering you to do the best work of your life, together.  Jira offers many product and deployment options that are purpose-built for Software, IT, Business, and Ops teams. Introduction Jira is a software tool widely known for its Issue Tracking and Continue Reading

Spring Cloud GCP and Cloud Storage: Unlimited Storage Option

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Section: Spring Cloud Storage provides a convenient abstraction for working with Google Cloud Storage, allowing you to easily access files from your application. And providing you with an interface that is consistent with other Spring APIs. Section: You can also use cloud storage to provide dynamic content to your applications, such as processing images on the fly or streaming videos directly to your client. Continue Reading – Platform-as-a-Service: Server less, Database less

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lightbend, comes with the new product that will meet the current developer problems and reduce the efforts while coding. comes with the advanced features that will compete the feature problems we face while developing Applications. Kalix combines the scalability and cost benefits of serverless infrastructure with the data management and responsiveness of stateful services. This adds up to one managed, cloud-based environment. By bringing Server, Continue Reading

Spring Vs SpringBoot

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we are going to learn about the difference between the Spring and SpringBoot. A few years Back, the Spring framework has become quite complex due to added functionalities. As a result, it takes enormous time and lengthy processes to start a new Spring project. However, to save the extra time and effort, Spring Boot was introduced. Using the Spring framework as a Continue Reading

Apache Beam Vs Apache Airflow

Reading Time: 4 minutes The need to compare data tools and to keep hunting for the perfect one seems never-ending. In this blog, We’re going to see the comparison between the Apache Beam and Apache Airflow.  This blog helps you choose by looking into the differences and similarities between the two: Apache Airflow and Apache Beam.  Comparison Study On the surface, Apache Airflow and Apache Beam may look similar. Both are open-source, 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

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

non-static members and its control flow in Java

Reading Time: 3 minutes Class level members which don’t have static keyword in it’s creation statement are known as Non-static members, like non-static variable and non-static methods. Type of non-static members Non static variables Non-static blocks Non-static block Constructors non-static variables Non-static variables are class level variables that do not have static keyword in its definition. When we create object, inside that object the non-static variables get memory and Continue Reading

Introduction to Spring Reactor

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this Spring Reactor blog, we will learn what is reactive programming. Why we need reactive Programming? How we can get started with reactive behaviour in a Spring Boot project and start producing and consuming messages in the same application itself. In above figure you can see working model of traditional rest api. Every time when clients send request to application. Each request will be Continue Reading

Apache Airflow: Scaling Using Celery Executor

Reading Time: 4 minutes Apache Airflow is a platform to programmatically author, schedule, and monitor workflows. If you are new to Airflow, please go through my introductory blog. One of Airflow’s biggest strengths is its ability to scale. In this blog, we will find out how we can scale Airflow using executors. Overview In Airflow, even the local executor is extremely powerful as you can start scaling Airflow and Continue Reading

Spring Cloud Gateway Security with JWT

Reading Time: 3 minutes Security,As we all know that everything that is on the Internet need security. Especially when you create software and work with sensitive user data, such as emails, phone numbers, addresses, credit cards, etc.So,here we will go through securing API Gateway with Json Web Tokens(JWT). Spring recently released an update for microservice applications, and this update is a Spring Cloud Gateway that stands in front of all Continue Reading

Terraform: Loops with Count and Problems

Reading Time: 6 minutes In this blog, we are going to expand our Terraform toolbox with some more advanced tips & tricks, such as how to use loops with the count. We’ll also discuss some of Terraform’s weaknesses so we can avoid the most common problems. Introduction As we know, Terraform is a declarative language. Infrastructure-as-code in a declarative language tends to provide a more accurate about deployed items. Continue Reading