Author Archives: atsticks

About atsticks

Advanced Java Software Engineer and Architect.

Tamaya Configuration Injection

In this post we are gonna have a deeper look into Apache Tamaya‘s options to inject configuration. Tamaya has a very modularized design. As a consequence the first decision is about selecting the right dependencies: Of course, the starter is … Continue reading

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Tamaya running in OSGI

This blog shows how Apache Tamaya can levergage OSGI configuration with the next upcoming release. Continue reading

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Apache Tamaya as a Toolkit

I mentioned in my previous post that Apache Tamaya is not a framework, but a flexible toolkit that can be used in a variety of ways. This requires Tamaya to be adaptable in various ways. This blog shows how Tamaya … Continue reading

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Configuration with Apache Tamaya

This is a first post of a series discussing the Apache Tamaya configuration toolkit. So let’s directly have a look at Tamaya and see what it can do for us… Setting up a minimal project First we need to dowload and … Continue reading

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Composing Configuration Sources

Recently there were discussions regarding a new Java EE Configuration JSR. At JavaOne 2016 Oracle announced that they want to relaunch this JSR (first attempt was about 3 years ago, when I was working at Credit Suisse). Unfortunately  with latest reschedules … Continue reading

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Embracing Microservices…

There is lot of discussion ongoing about microservices. This blog gives hints what steps must be taken to go the microservice path and why this is not a easy thing to do. Continue reading

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