Don't miss a thing! Here's a roundup of new articles, tutorials, cheat sheets, and more published this month on Red Hat Developer.
Develop Kubernetes-native APIs easily with Apache Camel K and AtlasMap to normalize access to backend services. This tutorial explains each step.
Learn how Thoth synthesizes software and hardware requirements to provide intelligent Python package recommendations for developers and data scientists.
Dive into the implementation and design details of an authorization cache for the Envoy proxy that uses WebAssembly modules to improve latency.
Discover the benefits of using Apache Camel K to normalize and connect APIs, including serverless capabilities and cloud-native connectivity.
Use Red Hat OpenShift 4.8's new form-based editor to modify your deployments on the fly, but tread carefully to avoid version control problems.
Get an overview of state machines and what they're used for, with guidelines for designing and exposing state transitions in REST and Kubernetes APIs.
Use Cryostat 2.0's new POST rule to immediately retrieve JDK Flight Recorder data for diagnosing performance disruptions in your Java microservices.
In this demo, learn how to build and deploy an object detection model using Red Hat OpenShift Data Science, then integrate it with Apache Kafka.
In this short how-to video, learn how to use Starburst Galaxy to pull data sources into a Jupyter notebook powered by Red Hat OpenShift Data Science.