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PaaS or micro-PaaS for Microservices? – a simple technology review

“How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time” – This phrase makes sense, everybody understands It but sometimes is forgotten. Happily some technology companies have managed to internalize this phrase in its processes and products. Below some

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Posted in Cloud, Microservices, PaaS

Running multi-container (WSO2 BAM & MAC Address Lookup) Docker Application using Docker Compose

In my 4 previous blog post I explained each part of this Proof-of-concept, they are: Analysing Wireless traffic in real time with WSO2 BAM, Apache Cassandra, Complex Event Processor (CEP Siddhi), Apache Thrift and Python: Part I (http://wp.me/p8pPj-pE) Part II

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Posted in BAM, IoT, Linux, Microservices, Security, SOA

A MAC Address Manufacturer DB and RESTful Python Microservice in a Docker Container

A MAC address, also called physical address, is a unique identifier assigned to every network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. In other words, you can identify the manufacturer of your device through your pyshical address. There are

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Posted in Big Data, Microservices, Security, SOA

Log Events Management in WSO2 (Micro)services: ELK & rTail (Part II)

Trailing and checking the performance and the health of (micro)services are important tasks to be accomplished. The logging is a time consuming process and we have to prepare before in order to be more productive. There are many tools out

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Posted in Microservices, SOA

Log Events Management in WSO2 (Micro)services: ELK & rTail (Part I)

The log event management is a task very important when working with (Micro)services. If you collect-store-index all logs, then you will be able to create your business metrics (KPI). You only must understand what by collecting logs you have to

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