The ESB is Dead – Testament of a System Integrator

By | April 5, 2017

In this article I will talk about why I believe that the enterprise service bus is unsuitable when you have, or expect, more than a handful of integration scenarios and my thoughts about in what direction to look instead. In addition I will add in some thoughts and experiences in related areas. I will not… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 4

By | December 29, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request response processing and RXJava. Load tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 3

By | December 17, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load-tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in this series… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 2

By | November 25, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. If you haven’t read part… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 1

By | November 19, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load-tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements.  Note: The example program in this… Read More »