About two years ago I rolled out the first productive Spring Boot application within OpenShift. One of the problems we met back then was opening HTTP sessions even though we only rolled out a stateless REST server. A few days ago, there were problems with another REST service. When I was called up and saw […]
Last week I received a project laptop update. From 2 CPU cores it went up to 4 cores. Also the rest of the equipment suggests that the build time should be reduced significantly. But build time did not change at all on the new laptop:
A few weeks ago I took part in the DevOxx UK Deep Dive Session Parallel and Asynchronous Programming with Streams and CompletableFuture hold by Venkat Subramaniam (@venkat_s). I did write a lot of notes. So here they are 😀
Today I added graceful-shutdown capabilities to our Spring Boot Application. The Springboot-Graceful-Shutdown enables your spring boot application to do a rolling deployment without any downtime on Openshift.
My customer uses a generated Swagger API Client to use a REST Server from a monolithic application. Unfortunatly the monolith is stuck on Java 1.7. I did find the FailSafe Framework which would do exactly what we needed. With the exception being that every example code was using lambdas 😀 So I had to work […]