Bob Reselman

Bob Reselman is a nationally known software developer, system architect, industry analyst, and technical writer/journalist. He has published hundreds of articles about programming, application design, DevOps and enterprise architecture.

Over a career that spans 30 years, Bob has worked for companies such as Gateway, Cap Gemini, The Los Angeles Weekly, Edmunds.com and the Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, to name a few. He has held roles with significant responsibility, including but not limited to, Platform Architect (Consumer) at Gateway, Principal Consultant with Cap Gemini and CTO at the international trade finance company, ItFex.

 

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A developer's guide to using Kafka with Java, Part 1

Get an overview of Kafka's distributed event architecture, including message streams, topics, and producing and consuming messages in a Kafka cluster.

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Create a data stream with Amazon Kinesis

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The disadvantages of microservices

Microservices have many benefits—but they come with downsides, too. Learn what trade-offs to keep in mind when using them in your applications.

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From monolith to microservices: How applications evolve

Explore the evolution of microservices from traditional monolithic architectures so you can implement microservices effectively in your organization.

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A developer's guide to CI/CD and GitOps with Jenkins Pipelines

Learn how to use Jenkins Pipelines and Jenkinsfiles to make your code repository the single source of truth for secure and automated CI/CD workflows.

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5 design principles for microservices

The microservice-oriented application is a powerful model for large-scale software systems. Learn five key principles to implement one effectively.