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Get started with the Java EE 8 Security API, Part 1: Java enterprise security for cloud and microservices platforms
As one of the three core specifications introduced with Java EE 8, the new Java EE Security API is an essential addition to your Java EE toolkit, and thankfully not terribly difficult to learn. Find out how the Java EE Security API supports enterprise security in cloud and microservices platforms, while introducing modern capabilities such as context and dependency injection.
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Articles 10 Feb 2018
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 5: Refactoring to microservices
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step-by-step. In Part 5, you refactor the monolithic source of the Daytrader3 application to microservices that you can separately manage, deploy, and scale. Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 26 Oct 2017
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 3: Adding build automation to a monolith by using Maven
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step-by-step. In Part 3, you add build automation to the monolith by using the Maven industry standard build lifecycle. Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 22 Sep 2017
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 4: Configuring Jenkins for continuous delivery
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step-by-step. In Part 4, you add build automation to the monolith by using the Maven industry standard build lifecycle. Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 22 Sep 2017
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 2: Migrating the cloud application
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step by step. In Part 2, you migrate the application that is running in an on-premises Liberty 17.0.0.2 server to the cloud platforms: IBM Cloud Private (with Docker and Kubernetes) and IBM Cloud Public (with Cloud Foundry). Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 19 Sep 2017
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 1: Migrating the Liberty version
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step-by-step. In Part 1, you migrate the Daytrader3 application from IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty 8.5.5.0 to Liberty 17.0.0.2. After you migrate the application, you deploy and run it on premises. Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 19 Sep 2017
Cattle not pets: Achieving lightweight integration with IBM Integration Bus
Lightweight "cattle" style integration using IBM Integration Bus offers tempting benefits in terms of agility, elastic scalability, and more individual resilience models. This article explores key concepts of cattle-style integration. It also provides recommendations for constructing images for containers, such as Docker.
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Articles 31 Aug 2017
Transitioning to a cloud-centric architecture
Follow an IBM development team's journey as they migrated to a cloud-centric architecture. Their technology choices, rationale, and lessons learned can help you transform your traditional Java Enterprise Edition applications to a lightweight set of microservices written in Node.js.
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Articles 01 Jul 2016
Implement a microservice-based architecture in Bluemix, Part 2: Build and deploy with IBM Containers
In Part 1 of this tutorial, we described a simple e-commerce application built using the microservices architecture pattern. The application, a store that sells frames for eyeglasses, was deployed on Bluemix using CloudFoundry Apps. In Part 2, we will build and deploy the same application, but this time using IBM Containers.
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Articles 18 Nov 2015
Implement a microservice-based architecture in Bluemix, Part 1: Build and deploy with CF Apps
Microservice architectures allow you to build more resilient and scalable cloud applications, because applications are partitioned into multiple services that communicate with each other as needed through well-defined APIs. In this tutorial series, we'll show you how to implement microservice-based applications using Cloud Foundry (CF) Apps and using IBM Containers, in the IBM Bluemix platform. Part 1 focuses on CF Apps.
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Articles 12 Nov 2015
Enable plug-and-play service discovery with Consul and Docker
Most large cloud deployments today rely on external services: databases, caching, and third-party APIs. Reaching these critical resources can be a challenge in environments where virtual machines are ephemeral components. In this tutorial, you will learn about a drop-in solution that exposes infrastructure knowledge to an application runtime. In addition, you will see how to design a versatile framework to monitor complex server topology for better orchestration of microservices. .
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Articles 13 Oct 2015
Create centralized logging in Docker containers with Node.js and Bluemix
When building the microservices that make up a Bluemix application, developers often encounter questions such as: How do you follow the microservices' states and their log outputs, and what is happening with the different parts of the application? In this article, I show you how to deploy a single microservicein this case, a Cloud Foundry–based Node.js applicationinto the Bluemix platform along with one way of creating centralized logging inside Docker containers.
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Articles 22 Sep 2015
Creating Applications in Bluemix Using the Microservices Approach
Microservices is an architectural style, in which large complex software applications are composed of one or more of smaller services. This IBM Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of this increasingly popular architectural style and provides some real life examples on how you can develop applications using the microservices approach with IBM Bluemix. The source code for all these sample scenarios can be found on GitHub (https://github.com/).
Books 06 Aug 2015
Top 10 reasons to use Bluemix and DevOps Services
If you have not heard about the cloud revolution in IT, you were probably living in a cave or on another planet for the past 3 years. The cloud is everywhere, and it drastically changes the way information is stored and shared. Cloud computing forces organizations to apply new business models, and teams have to re-invent the way they develop and deliver applications. In this article, I present ten reasons why you should consider IBM Bluemix if you plan to create and deploy cloud applications. With extensive support for mobile and web applications, Bluemix provides all the services you need to your develop your next brilliant idea.
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Articles 07 Jul 2015
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