Apache BookKeeper and Apache Pulsar

If you are familiar with messaging systems like Kafka and RocketMQ, you may know that services are typically closely related to storage in their architectures. Different from them, Apache Pulsar is designed with a two-layer architecture that separates storage from compute, which actually happens on its stateless brokers. Pulsar relies on Apache BookKeeper servers for … Read more

7 Reasons to Choose Apache Pulsar over Apache Kafka

So why did we build our messaging service using Apache Pulsar? At DataStax, our mission is to empower developers to build cloud-native distributed applications by making cloud-agnostic, high-performance messaging technology easily available to everyone. Developers want to write distributed applications or microservices but don’t want the hassle of managing complex message infrastructure or getting locked … Read more

7 Tips for Using Instrumentation and Metrics

Before the acceleration of modern DevOps practices, software engineers primarily wrote code. Now the job is so much more — from getting production-ready apps and iterating quickly to scale new services to architecting system compatibility and compliance and reliability — which has elevated the need for exceptional instrumentation. But what does great instrumentation involve and … Read more

Caching Across Layers in Software Architecture

The purpose of this article is to help readers understand what is caching, the problems it addresses, and how caching can be applied across layers of system architecture to solve some of the challenges faced by modern software systems. This article is aimed at software developers, technical managers, software architects, test engineers, or anyone else … Read more

Hyperautomation: Your Digital Transformation – DZone Performance

The concept of automation is constantly expanding as time passes. IT executives have already seen the potential of automation and how it makes the entire process smoother. They are now looking for new methods to use hyperautomation to fulfill digital transformation goals. As per a market study done by Global NEWSWIRE, in the next few … Read more

Emerging Technologies Make Data Centers Efficient

The looming energy crisis is a black spot for industries where power consumption is commonly excessive and difficult to manage, the chief example being modern data centers. These facilities consume 10 to 50 times more energy per floor space than your average office building. While achieving an energy-efficient data center is possible, even the most … Read more

Chef InSpec: Where Compliance and Security Blend

Overview As your applications grow and become more complex, so can your worries about the risks to your environments and ensuring they comply with your system policies and regulatory standards. While administrators deal with audits and other routine work, they also need to work on planned projects. DevSecOps Teams could manage their endpoints with existing … Read more

Biometric Authentication: Best Practices – DZone Security

Today, the usage of biometric authentication in a corporate environment is discussed quite often. However, at the same time, it is still can be considered new since it is just starting to really gain momentum. As a result, those organizations that are going to explore and use such an authentication system face many incomprehensible nuances, … Read more

Using Streaming, Pipelining, and Parallelization

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, once said, “Every company is now a software company.” Take the online food ordering business; For example, digital ordering and delivery have grown 300% faster than dine-in traffic since 2014. During Covid, online ordering grew 3,868% between February and April in large suburbs in the United States. As a … Read more

A Playbook to Properly Implement Pay As You Go Pricing for Your API Product

Usage-based pricing, consumption-based pricing, and PAYG (Pay As You Go) are relatively new SaaS pricing models that enable you to drive top-of-line growth while also increasing net revenue retention over more traditional subscription pricing models such as a license. or seat-based pricing. With Pay As You Go, a customer only needs to pay for what … Read more