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Deploy Friday EP — 16 Micronaut: A Modern Full-Stack Framework for Building Microservice and Serverless

A Question and Answer session with guests: 

Micronaut is an open-source, JVM-based framework for building full-stack, modular, easily testable microservice and serverless applications. Unlike reflection-based IoC frameworks that load and cache reflection data for every single field, method, and constructor in your code, with Micronaut, your application startup time and memory consumption are not bound to the size of your codebase. Micronaut’s cloud support is built right in, including support for common discovery services, distributed tracing tools, and cloud runtimes. 

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Deploy Friday: E09 Spring Framework – Java in Focus

A Question and Answer session with guests: 

Spring Framework is by far the most popular framework for writing Java applications. Why is Spring so dominant, and how will it hold its ground against newer frameworks? We’ll ask our guests those and other questions on this week’s Deploy Friday. 

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The Role of Managed Service Providers in Software Development

Managed service providers are becoming a growing influence in the business world. With high-speed internet widely available, and the proliferation of cloud services in general, attitudes towards the remote management of services have changed considerably in a relatively short space of time. Businesses across the spectrum are increasingly turning to managed service providers to take care of some, or all, of their IT needs.

Software developers are just one of the many business individuals that can benefit from managed service providers. Many IT teams are leveraging external expertise to expand and improve their own development processes. An outside perspective can add much-needed input for organizations who are keen to streamline and make continuous improvements to their technology value stream. So, while many businesses can be adequately catered to with non-specific IT service management, others, such as those in software development, require a custom solution and specialized approach.

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Introduction to Azure Functions


Azure Functions

As part of Microsoft’s offer in the Platform-as-a-Service model, Azure Functions is one of Azure’s Serverless alternatives. Launched in late 2016, currently, it has two versions of runtimes available, although the version 2.x is still in preview mode. This new version is adding Java as a programming language to those supported by version 1.x — C#, JavaScript, and F#.

Azure Functions is the on-demand execution of functions or small fragments of code based on events. As the cost is associated with the execution, if the function is not executed, there are no charges to pay. And if the event that triggers the execution occurs faster than the function, the platform executes the code in multiple threads without obstacles.

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Oracle présente Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud, et tape fort sur AWS

Sur le cloud, Oracle est loin, très loin d’AWS en terme de parts de marché. L’acteur historique de la base de données met donc les bouchées doubles pour monter en gamme et proposer une offre PaaS que les professionnels pourraient ne pas pouvoir refuser.
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Pivotal Software va entrer en bourse

Spécialiste des solutions cloud de platform as a service, Pivotal, dont Dell est l’actionnaire majoritaire, génère des revenus mais n’est pas encore rentable.
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Pivotal Software, filiale de Dell, va entrer en bourse

Spécialiste des solutions cloud de platform as a service, Pivotal, dont Dell est l’actionnaire majoritaire, génère des revenus mais n’est pas encore rentable.
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Le guide complet du cloud computing – Partie 1

Première partie de l’introduction au cloud computing, en commençant par les bases en passant par l’IaaS et la PaaS. Le point sur les forces et les faiblesses de cette technologie et des exemples concrets.
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2017 : le marché du cloud à 180 milliards de dollars, en croissance de 24 %

Les marchés des services de cloud computing progressent trois fois plus vite que ceux du matériel et des logiciels d’infrastructure de cloud computing. Et la tendance devrait rester soutenue dans les 5 années à venir.
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Les développeurs ne sont plus les seuls à s’interesser aux IDE

Les dimensions collaboratives et de suivi de projet des Environnement de Développement Intégré poussent de nouveaux métiers à s’intéresser à ces outils longtemps réservés à la caste des développeurs. Retour d’expérience avec la Société Générale.
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