Going Reactive: the 8 technologies used by teams developing Microservices

Microservices-based systems have been gaining a lot of attention lately. Martin Fowler, the well-known co-author of the Agile Manifesto, has produced a popular explanation of microservices with James Lewis that has been getting a lot of traction with developers. Industry analyst Gartner is emphasizing the importance of microservices within its enterprise clientele, ranking microservice-based architecture (MSA) within its top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015...

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Fast Forward With Fast Data, Scala and Akka: Q/A with Spark Job Server creator

People love Apache Spark. Typesafe is the official support partner with Databricks, Mesosphere and IBM for Apache Spark. If you’re a Fast Data visionary, then you’re looking for a modern solution to enable your streaming data applications. In today’s DevOps world, you’re looking for a more accessible way to work in particular with Spark Jobs. Instead of directly mingling around with the specific Spark installation, you want to have access to a lot of functions via lightweight protocols remotely. This is the gap that Spark Job Server closes.

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'Going Reactive 2016' survey data reveals Microservices and Fast Data drive adoption of Reactive Systems

With this survey, in which over 3000 respondents participated, we we set out to understand the journey of Going Reactive and uncovered some interesting adoption trends around microservices and Fast Data along the way. Big thanks to all of you who participated! We enjoyed pulling this report together and hope you enjoy seeing how your peers are viewing the Reactive landscape.

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How to handle network partitions decisively with Akka Split Brain Resolver

Akka Split Brain Resolver (Akka SBR) is a new commercial beta feature available to Typesafe Reactive Platform users for free in development, and for subscribers in production. Akka SBR expands your system’s available actions when nodes in your cluster become unreachable, reacting in the best way to address the nature of the failure and selecting a recovery path.

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Typesafe Reactive Platform: Monitoring 1.0, Commercial features and more

Were you able to attend our latest webinar? If not, here's your chance to catch our educational go-to guy get excited about the lastest in our Reactive Platform. Typesafe’s Senior Director of Global Services, Jamie Allen, walks you through Reactive Platform 1.0, with added features for more elasticity and resilience to address the challenges of today's main business requirements.

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Akka 2.4 plus new commercial features in Typesafe Reactive Platform

Konrad Malawski walks us through the new and upcoming commercial features in Typesafe's Reactive Platform. Reactive Platform is a certified, integration tested, load tested, and secured stack for building Reactive applications with Akka, Play, Spark and Scala or Java. Besides receiving priority updates and fixes, Typesafe also offers long-term support for all the contained technologies.

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November 4, 2015

Rocking out at Datapalooza with Cake: Interview with Jan Machacek

If there’s one thing that’s clear this fall, it’s that conference season is in full swing. With Typesafers attending JavaOne in San Francisco, Spark Summit in Amsterdam, W-JAX in Munich, Devoxx in Belgium, YOW in Australia, Gartner Summit in Las Vegas, Scala eXchange in London and more popping on our calendars by the minute, our dance card is pretty full. That said, sometimes certain events come up that just catch your eye and you must make time for them.

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October 19, 2015

Getting started with Reactive Monitoring 1.0 Beta

In September we launched our Reactive Monitoring Beta! This webinar will help you get started if you want to be a new participant, or can answer some of your questions if you're already trying it out. Typesafe's Henrik Engström along with Takipi's Tal Weiss give a comprehensive walk-through, and will answer questions like,  Reactive Monitoring wut? Also, Why Takipi? And, Is this the whatzit that will help me with lost threads on my async apps? The experts behind Akka, Play and Scala know what it takes to monitor Reactive systems, and we'll show you how. 

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Report

Going Reactive 2016

White Paper

Microservices In Production

White Paper

Fast Data: Big Data Evolved

White Paper

An Introduction to Reactive Streams, Akka Streams and Akka HTTP

Webinar

Reactive Platform: Monitoring 1.0, Commercial features &...