Author Archives: Ivan Krizsan

About Ivan Krizsan

I am a software developer since the age of 15. During the last few years I have also become an author, since I very much enjoy writing as a way of learning. Currently I work mainly with integration in the Java eco-system. Google

Coming update: Core Spring 5 Certification in Detail

By | October 12, 2019

After Pivotal have changed the topics of the Spring 5 certification, I have received several requests to update my book Core Spring 5 Certification in Detail. First of all, I want to thanks everyone for their encouragement and patience. It has been a very busy summer and autumn for me, but this is a short… Read More »

GitLab CI/CD Pipeline for Maven-Based Applications

By | September 28, 2019

In this my third GitLab-related article I will show how I set up a CI/CD pipeline in GitLab CE for Maven-based applications that can produce, scan Docker images for release versions of the application. When I set out to create this pipeline, little did I know that I would also need to define a Git… Read More »

Building in Docker Containers on GitLab CE

By | June 17, 2019

In this article I will show how I added a GitLab runner with a Docker executor to my original GitLab CE setup. This type of GitLab runner will allow me to run GitLab jobs in containers created from Docker images. Almost a year ago I wrote an article about running GitLab CE in a Docker… Read More »

Spring Integration 5: Subscribable Message Channels – Common Properties

By | June 12, 2019

It’s been a long time since I started looking at Spring Integration 5 and after miscellaneous interventions, such as a book on the Spring Core certification, having moved and a job that provides a never-ending stream of surprises, I am finally back! This article is an article in a series of articles introducing Spring Integration… Read More »