Scott Stults of OpenSource Connections shows how you can build a scalable search platform capable of enlisting hundreds of worker nodes to ingest data, track their progress, and relinquish them back to the cloud when the job is done.
Upgrading to the latest verison of Gradle (or “Upgradling” as my colleague just called it) is fairly easy. But if you think there’s some simple gradle command to do it, then you’d be wrong. It’s basically the same as upgrading ant.
Companies like DataStax and MapR have found a significant demand for having technologies like Hadoop and Solr easily deployable in one cluster. Jack Norris of MapR talks about this strategy in this video.
In this follow-up post, we’ll explore some advanced options you can introduce once you’ve implemented the basic polling system. This post will show you how to configure Jenkins to automatically track versioned files using ‘file fingerprinting.’
You may have invested significant time and effort creating services. Have you reached maximum service agility, adaptability, adoption? Are applications now easier to build? Is it time for a SOA portfolio review?
Yeah, I know Monitoring Sucks, but it can be pretty neat as well. It’s a hard problem, so there are all kinds of interesting approaches to it. A new one I came across recently was the Assimilation Monitoring Project.