This blog will show how a simple Java application can talk to a database using service discovery in Kubernetes. Service Discovery with Java and Database application in DC/OS explains why service discovery is an important aspect for a multi-container application.
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The Apache Camel community introduced a new release a few months ago with a set of components for building microservices. Now, it has support for Hystrix Circuit Breaker and other solutions from Netflix OSS, like the Ribbon load balancer.
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Facebook is updating its server hardware portfolio with updates of existing designs as well as new server and storage platforms. Among the updates is the new Big Basin GPU server that is used for high-performance artificial intelligence and neural networking efforts at Facebook.
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Discord continues to grow faster than we expected and so does our user-generated content. With more users comes more chat messages. In July, we announced 40 million messages a day, in December we announced 100 million, and as of this blog post we are well past 120 million.
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“If necessity is the mother of all invention(and innovation), then constraints (especially time) is definitely the father.” Last year at WalmartLabs, we faced the need to come up with a solution, without the luxury of a vast time frame on which to pivot.
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During the tests, a cluster of Load Test Tools was logging in almost 2000 clients per second, publishing and receiving over 20,000 messages per second, and consistently hitting ~15ms for end-to-end publish-to-receive scenarios.
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This is a general design guide for networked APIs. It has been used inside Google since 2014 and is the guide we follow when designing Cloud APIs and other Google APIs. It is shared here to inform outside developers and to make it easier for us all to work together.
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