Partner – DBSchema – NPI EA – (tag = SQL)
DbSchema is a super-flexible database designer, which can take you from designing the DB with your team all the way to safely deploying the schema.
The way it does all of that is by using a design model, a database-independent image of the schema, which can be shared in a team using GIT and compared or deployed on to any database.
And, of course, it can be heavily visual, allowing you to interact with the database using diagrams, visually compose queries, explore the data, generate random data, import data or build HTML5 database reports.
>> Take a look at DBSchema
Partner – CAST AI – NPI EA (tag = kubernetes)
The Kubernetes ecosystem is huge and quite complex, so it’s easy to forget about costs when trying out all of the exciting tools.
To avoid overspending on your Kubernetes cluster, definitely have a look at the free K8s cost monitoring tool from the automation platform CAST AI. You can view your costs in real time, allocate them, calculate burn rates for projects, spot anomalies or spikes, and get insightful reports you can share with your team.
Connect your cluster and start monitoring your K8s costs right away:
>> FREE Kubernetes cost monitoring
Partner – MongoDB – NPI EA (tag = MongoDB) Partner – Thundra – NPI EA (tag = Jenkins)
You can get some real insight into your CI pipelines, and into your tests by using Foresight.
This includes not just the basics but some actual, actionable data like Change Impact Analysis, where we can see the changes in a PR and correlate them to test runs and test coverage to show how they affect our builds:
>> Try out Foresight in a project
Here we go…
1. Spring and Java
While web actions can access the entire DOM, which isn't always desired, web element actions allow you to narrow your test scope to a specific root element – like a Kendo UI grid – and its children.
A quick introduction to the Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid API.
And a custom Hibernate Integrator that lets you use simple Java class names rather than fully qualified ones in DTO projections.
Also worth reading:
Webinars and presentations:
Time to upgrade:
2. Technical and Musing
A comprehensive guide to accessing the Windows Event Log facility remotely.
And a new series on the Kong API Gateway kicks off with a look at the Kong Admin API.
Also worth reading:
4. Pick of the Week
I'm running the annual “State of Java” Survey.
As always, I'm keeping the survey quick and focused – it takes litteraly under 1 minute to fill in.
If you haven't done that, definitely have a look:
Of course, I'll share the full results in a couple of weeks, after closing the survey. Thanks.
res – REST with Spring (eBook) (everywhere)