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Top 5 Spring Cloud Courses for Java Developers to Learn Online – Best Of Lot

Hello guys, if you are learning Spring Cloud for developing cloud-based Java application and looking for some good resources to start with e.g. online courses and books then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best courses to learn Spring Cloud and develop a cloud-based application in Java. One of the common question when it comes to learning a new technology is how to start? I was a big fan of books earlier but nowadays I personally like to…

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MatLab 

Connecting to the Cloud with Zerynth and XinaBox – Part 3

Do you want to learn how to connect to the Cloud with Zerynth and XinaBox? Now that the third part of the popular DesignSpark tutorial on the topic has been released, you can learn how to send data to the Cloud in under half an hour. All you need is Zerynth Studio and some XinaBox xChips. If you want to see the first two parts, click here. They will teach you how to how to connect XinaBox xChips to the OKdo Cloud with Zerynth Studio, and how to upload and…

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java 

Top 5 Spring Microservices Courses with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Microservices is the new buzz word in software development word and everybody is talking about it, but it's been in practice for quite some time especially in form of RESTful web services. The idea of Microservices is simple, breaking a big monolithic application which contains everything from UI to service layer to database into small chunks of applications which are loosely coupled and can work on their own. For example, in a company like Uber, you could have several applications providing different services e.g. discovering when a driver is online…

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java 

Secure Reactive Microservices with Spring Cloud Gateway

Friends don’t let friends write user auth. Tired of managing your own users? Try Okta’s API and Java SDKs today. Authenticate, manage, and secure users in any application within minutes. So you wanna go full reactive, eh? Great! Reactive programming is an increasingly popular way to make your applications more efficient. Instead of making a …

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java 

Top 5 books to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud for Java Developers – Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you are a Java developer and want to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud frameworks and looking for some of the best books and courses, then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared some of the best Spring Boot and Spring Cloud courses, and today I am going to talk about some of the best books to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, but before that let's try to understand what is Microservice and how Spring Boot and Spring Cloud helps…

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GitHub webhook payload as a cloud function

Back in 2014, I wrote a post describing a simple payload server for GitHub webhooks, using Python 3. That server could be deployed to any VPS listening on a custom port. Now it’s 2019, and deploying servers to VPSs doesn’t make me feel hip enough. All the cool kids are into serverless now, so I decided to rewrite the same payload server in Go and deploy it as a Google Cloud Function. This brief post can serve as a basic tutorial on how to do it. I assume you already…

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Programming 

GeoIP service as a cloud function

In this post I’ll go through a complete code sample that deploys a simple service as a Google Cloud Function (GCF). The service uses built-in capabilities of the GCF runtime to serve GeoIP (a.k.a. GeoLocation) information about its clients, letting dynamic web pages know where their visitors are coming from. The complete code sample is available here. Free GeoIP information from GCP Since client-side JS doesn’t have easy access to the visitor’s IP address, the traditional approach to find GeoIP information is to invoke a server endpoint; done properly, this…

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MatLab 

Tiny clouds taking on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud

Clouds have to be big, right? If the best feature of the cloud is that you can just click and start up a machine in seconds, it follows that there must be vast warehouses loaded with computers out there somewhere. Huge warehouses filled with tall racks of machines arranged in endless rows, like a modern digital version of the ending of “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

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MatLab 

The Cloud Is Just Someone Else's Computer

When we started Discourse in 2013, our server requirements were high: 1GB RAM modern, fast dual core CPU speedy solid state drive with 20+ GB I’m not talking about a cheapo shared cpanel server, either, I mean a dedicated virtual private server with those specifications. We were OK with that, because we were building in Ruby for the next decade of the Internet. I predicted early on that the cost of renting a suitable VPS would drop to $5 per month, and courtesy of Digital Ocean that indeed happened in…

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MatLab 

Things You Have to Pay Attention to When Choosing a Cloud Storage Provider

Storing files in the cloud is more popular than ever. Whether it’s using iCloud for our Photos, OneNote for our MS Word documents, or Dropbox for large files, cloud computing has become an integral part of our professional and personal lives. These days, there’s no shortage of providers, but each has its own particular strengths and weaknesses. So be sure to pay attention to these key details when choosing which service you’re going to trust your data with. Image Source 1. Uptime Most of us think cloud servers are invincible.…

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