In data streaming each event is transmitting from one processing block to another once events arrive. For example, you have three events like this: You want to calculate the sum
Deploy .NET Core web site wit SignalR behind Nginx reverse proxyDeploy .NET Core web site wit SignalR behind Nginx reverse proxy
Check list to verify that your application is ready for deployment behind NGINX reverse proxy.
Considerations when deploying to Docker and KubernetesConsiderations when deploying to Docker and Kubernetes
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Quick and dirty guide to add a slave host to Jenkins running in Docker on Linux-based machines.
Deployment to Docker and Kubernetes of StatsD-Grafana bundleDeployment to Docker and Kubernetes of StatsD-Grafana bundle
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Some behavior patterns in event stream are based on the fact that specific event hasn’t happened. Siddhi has in-built mechanism to capture when some event is not happened after another.
Siddhi is a language which belongs to the group of Streaming SQL languages, offering SQL-like approach to process data streams. This short code snippet shows one of the basics scenarios
The easiest method to send emails from Google Cloud Function is the using of SendGrid service. It allows you to send 100 emails in a day on the free account.
Deploying your .NET Core app to Kubernetes on local Windows machineDeploying your .NET Core app to Kubernetes on local Windows machine
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A colleague of mine approached me with the question about choosing a correct approach for API interface for data filtering. Whether it should be GraphQL, OData, REST, or just using