Articles in java

NewsBits: Elasticsearch 5.0rc1, VoltDB vs Jepsen, MySQL, Node.js LTS, Java and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending October 21st - Elasticsearch 5.0 reaches RC1, VoltDB vaults over Jepsen tests, MySQL's Node.js driver hits npm, Pinterest and MySQL compression, how AirBnB horizontally scaled, Node 6 goes LTS, Java 9 gets a GA da…

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A tour of the Redis stars

On the Redis site is a page that lists Redis clients for various languages. It's very extensive, covering clients that work with languages as diverse as emacs lisp, GNU Prolog, Haskell and C#. Throughout the list, some clients have a star next to the…

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How-to: Connecting to Compose MongoDB with Java and SSL

We've heard from some Compose users that connecting to MongoDB with Java and SSL is a somewhat difficult process so we're going to illustrate the process in a stripped down example. We'll assume that you are using the official MongoDB Java driver and…

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Getting Started with Compose's ScyllaDB

Getting started with ScyllaDB is easy since it is a drop in replacement for Apache's Cassandra database. For all intents and purposes, Scylla looks just like Cassandra to your code. So much so that Scylla even uses Cassandra's drivers. The main diffe…

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What You Need to Know to Extend NiFi

Generic data tools often miss the mark. Most data is nuanced and idiosyncratic. At the high level, data flow and transformation tasks are essentially the same, but when you get down to implementation level, small differences in the data often means t…

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RethinkDB at Compose: Java and SSL

Last December, RethinkDB announced that they had added Java to their list of officially supported drivers. For Compose users there was one tiny snag though; the new drivers didn't support SSL. That's changed this year thanks to the work of Paulo Pire…

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Making Secure Connections With Compose RabbitMQ

Now you have your Compose RabbitMQ deployment set up, you'll want to get your RabbitMQ applications connected to it. In this article, we're going to look at how to make secure connections with TLS, with and without server verification, to a Compose R…

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