Let’s face it when it come to cloud costs and savings we all get excited, especially if the benefits require minimal effort to achieve.
Through the variety of Cloud providers available, hosting solutions in the Cloud not only provides fantastic flexibility, reliability and scalability, it also provides a cheaper costing model then maintaining the same solution in a datacenter over time and if used effectively.
That being said here are several proven ways you can effectively optimise and reduce your cloud costs, where I will help you identify these optimisations so you can benefit and enjoy the savings.
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RESTful is a key term that is popular in the market.
Previous services use to be created implementing JAX-WS with the communication protocol being SOAP, various implementation were and are still used but from my own experience they all have fallen short especially in the area of code generation, these technologies included Axis 1 & 2, Apache CXF as well as the java generation tools.
Since RESTful implements JAX-RS with the communication protocol being HTTP, it has allowed for rapid development with the ability to send data in different formats, typically it is JSON however it can also be send as XML or even plain text.
Both technologies do have their advantages and disadvantages however my preference of choice for many reasons is RESTful.
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Folks have been asking me if I knew of any good examples of a J2EE web application that utilizes the following technologies: Angular JS, Bootstrap, Spring 4, Spring Security 4 and Hibernate 5.2.4, and after searching around
I decided that it would be best to create an example project that would demonstrate the integration of all these technologies as well as describe some of the specifics.
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