Quarkus – Supersonic Subatomic Java, trying out some Quarkus code guides (part1)

Marc Lameriks

In my previous article, I already shared with you the Quarkus code guide “Quarkus – Creating Your First Application”, I tried out, including the hot deployment with background compilation. [ https://technology.amis.nl/2020/08/21/using-vagrant-and-shell-scripts-to-further-automate-setting-up-my-quarkus-demo-environment-from-scratch-and-trying-out-a-quarkus-code-guide/] In this article, you can read more about other Quarkus code guides I tried out, related to the following […]

Using Vagrant and shell scripts to further automate setting up my Quarkus demo environment from scratch and trying out a Quarkus code guide

Marc Lameriks

In my previous article, I shared with you the steps I took, to set up a demo environment, so I could get started with Quarkus. [https://technology.amis.nl/2020/08/17/quarkus-supersonic-subatomic-java-setting-up-a-demo-environment-using-vagrant-and-oracle-virtualbox] In this article, you can read more about the steps I took to further automate setting up my demo environment and the Quarkus code […]

Java Microservices: What do you need to tweak to optimize throughput and response times?

Maarten Smeets 1

Performance tuning usually goes something like followed: a performance problem occurs an experienced person knows what is probably the cause and suggests a specific change baseline performance is determined, the change is applied, and performance is measured again if the performance has improved compared to the baseline, keep the change, […]

Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS): Using the Application Cache from a Spring Boot application

Maarten Smeets

Spring Boot allows you to quickly develop microservices. Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS) allows you to easily host Spring Boot applications. Oracle provides an Application Cache based on Coherence which you can use from applications deployed to ACCS. In order to use the Application Cache from Spring Boot, Oracle provides […]

Handle HTTP PATCH request with Java Servlet

Lucas Jellema

The Java Servlet specification does not include handling a PATCH request. That means that class  javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet does not have a doPatch() method, unlike doGet, doPost, doPut etc. That does not mean that a Java Servlet can not handle PATCH requests. It is quite simple to make it do that. The […]

JSON manipulation in Java 9 JShell

Lucas Jellema 1

In this article I will demonstrate how we can work with JSON based data – for analysis, exploration, cleansing and processing – in JShell, much like we do in Python. I work with a JSON document with entries for all sessions at the Oracle OpenWorld 2017 conference (https://raw.githubusercontent.com/lucasjellema/scrape-oow17/master/oow2017-sessions-catalog.json) The Java […]

Java 9 – First baby steps with Modules and jlink

Lucas Jellema

In a recent article, I created an isolated Docker Container as Java 9 R&D environment: https://technology.amis.nl/2017/10/11/quick-and-clean-start-with-java-9-running-docker-container-in-virtualbox-vm-on-windows-10-courtesy-of-vagrant/. In this article, I will use that environment to take few small steps with Java 9 – in particular with modules. Note:this story does not end well. I wanted to conclude with using jlink […]

Doing performance measurements of an OSB Proxy Service by programmatically extracting performance metrics via the ServiceDomainMBean and presenting them as an image via a PowerPoint VBA module

Marc Lameriks 1

This article explains how the process of doing performance measurements of an OSB Proxy Service and presenting them in a “performance analysis document” was partly automated. After running a SoapUI based Test Step (sending a request to the service), extracting the service performance metrics was done by using the ServiceDomainMBean […]