A quick and practical guide to avoiding single points of failures in distributed systems.
Max is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Czech Republic) with over 20 years of professional work experience in teaching and full-stack development in the IT industry. He focuses mainly on distributed systems and cloud applications and is passionate about smart home technology, music and sharing knowledge.
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Baeldung on Computer Science
- Networking (3)
- Software Architecture (1)
- Security (1)
- Programming (1)
Zero trust security (or zero trust architecture, ZTA) is a security strategy based on the “never trust, always verify” and “grant minimal privileges” principles. Learn how to structure your software system to implement ZTA successfully.
Learn why the Real-time Transport Protocol uses UDP instead of TCP, and why TCP is not suitable for real-time communication.
Explore raw sockets.
Learn the basics of reactive programming and show an example of how reactive programming can be used in practice