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Needless to say, Strange Loop is one of the highlights of the calendar for anyone writing modern software systems.
The focus is on interesting, original, and technical presentations, as the organizers explain: “Tech, not process. By: Danko Miocevic - Date: September 14, 2016 I am in the process of launching a company I’ve founded in the Io T sensors space.
Ryan will discuss why they selected NATS, his experience with NATS for Netlify’s data logging and control plane (for example using Logrus with a NATS hook, a connector for using NATS with Elastic, etc.). By: Wally Quevedo - Date: October 2, 2016 Strange Loop began in 2009, as an event focused on distributed systems, security, emerging programming languages, and the like.
This year nearly 1300 attendees came to Strange Loop, and tickets were gone in less than 30 minutes after going on sale.
This webinar will feature Ryan Neal, the Head of Infrastructure at Netlify.
Netlify is a platform for deploying high-performance websites and applications, serving up billions pageviews monthly for sites like: Uber, Vice Media, and Wikia to name a few.
If you are not familiar with Apache Camel, a “Component” is another term for an adapter built using Camel framework. By: Laurent Magnin - Date: October 19, 2016 NATS is about connecting different components: this allows you to test the components individually as well as their integration.
I hope to be able to share more details very soon, but I wanted to share what I can in the meantime with the developer community about how we are using NATS in our Io T messaging initiatives and would be very interested in any feedback, suggestions or questions!
Our platform is based on an Io T network of distributed sensors. By: Wally Quevedo - Date: August 22, 2016 For those of you who might have read the previous post I did on Docker + NATS for Microservices, you’ll recall we took an in-depth look at using Docker Compose with NATS.
This is where a tool such as Gatling (an open-source load testing framework) is useful.
The Missing Piece (Until Now) To generate and send messages to NATS, you could use the Java client for NATS (aka JNATS) by implementing your own Java code. By: Brian Flannery - Date: October 6, 2016 The NATS team will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday, October 19th at 11AM Pacific / 2PM Eastern.
By: Igor Fomenko - Date: November 3, 2016 Introduction - Camel, NATS and Apcera Recently at Logimethods we’ve developed a new Camel-Nats component that can deploy on premise (non-cloud), and through the Apcera platform.
In this blog, we’ll introduce this new component and explain why we believe that it was a critical missing link for organizations trying to develop an integration platform based on open source tools and cloud infrastructure.