Category: Blogs

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webMethods Integration Agent on AWS container service

Today I entered the Amazon ECS space and combined it with some new features of webMethods 10.0. In this post I’ll discuss: Creating a webMethods Integration Agent docker image Uploading the image to the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) Running a basic Amazon EC2 Container

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CrushFTP Bugfixing

Recently I had the opportunity to work with managed file transfer software called CrushFTP. Although the client already had a CrushFTP server set up, I had the opportunity to install a new server with the latest, brand new version…

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What I learned @ Devoxx

Devoxx, the yearly overload on JVM related inspiring talks. With a total of 200 sessions it’s impossible to see them all. But I’ll like to share my experiences and thoughts…

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Unikernel: microservices without an OS

Unikernels become most relevant when used on top of a virtualization layer. A single application is combined with the Unikernel to become a super light-weight runtime unit. A fine alternative for microservices running in a container…

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HCI Info Days 2016

On the 21st of June I attended the HCI info days in Walldorf.  It was the moment to get a fresh update on SAP’s efforts to build an integration platform based on HANA.  Last year I participated in a codejam and I played around with

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