Monthly Archives: November 2018

How you can improve your backend services’ performance using Apache Kafka

In most real world applications, we have a RESTful API service facing various client applications and a collection of backend services which process the data coming from those clients. Depending on the application, the architecture might have various services spread across multiple clusters of servers, and some form of queue or messaging service gluing them together. Read more...

Why you should switch to Signal or Telegram from WhatsApp, Today

When we think of communicating with someone today, we mostly think of sending them a text message or a voice note on WhatsApp. And some other people who are least bothered about their privacy online, think of Facebook Messenger. But not all these users know what’s happening with the messages they exchange on these platforms. Read more...

Simple Apache Kafka Producer and Consumer using Spring Boot

Originally published here: https://medium.com/@contactsunny/simple-apache-kafka-producer-and-consumer-using-spring-boot-41be672f4e2b

Before I even start talking about Apache Kafka here, let me answer your question after you read the topic — aren’t there enough posts and guides about this topic already? Yes, there are plenty of reference documents and how-to posts about how to create Kafka producers and consumers in a Spring Boot application. Read more...

Keystroke Dynamics, What Is It?

For decades, we have been using the two-pronged key system for securing our electronic data and services. The two-pronged key we’re talking about is the username/password combination. There are variations of this, of course. For example, instead of a username, you might be using your email address, or something called a user ID. Read more...