5 Must-Read Articles on Kubernetes, Microservices and Stream Processing

December 14, 2018

Each month the Hazelcast team writes and curates articles to help executives, architects and developers stay up-to-date on the latest news and information. With that in mind, here are five “must-reads” as determined by their popularity on social media.


The Human Side of Microservices

Armağan Amcalar, head of software engineering at unu GmbH, spoke about the human side of microservices at Codemotion Berlin 2018. InfoQ interviewed Amcalar to get his unique perspective on software architecture, microservices and DevOps.

Apereo CAS High-Availability with Hazelcast and Kubernetes

Misagh Moayyed, software engineer and IAM consultant at Unicon, Inc., shares his thoughts on how to solve one of the primary concerns when deploying a highly available CAS server.

Learn How to Enrich Your Event Stream with Hazelcast Jet

You have several options to enrich your data stream, varying in simplicity, flexibility and performance characteristics. This article shows you how to pick the right one.

What is Stream Processing and Why Is It Important to Your Business?

The true value add with streaming technologies is in being able to sort through the noise to find a useful signal. Here’s why companies that know how to leverage event stream processing data make intelligent and quick business decisions.

Getting Started with Kubernetes: 5 Misunderstandings, Explained

In this article, IT leaders and container experts discuss key misconceptions about Kubernetes – and the realities behind each of them – to help people who are just getting going with the technology.


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About the Author

Matt Wolpin

Matt Wolpin

Head of Communications

Matt’s passion is translating complex topics into simple stories for the business world. He’s had more than 13 years of experience doing just that with companies large and small, including Juniper Networks, Brocade Communications, Vyatta, and Ampro Computers. Additionally, Matt has chaired the marketing workgroup for the OpenDaylight Project, leading its marketing strategy and a cross-industry team to advance its messages, introduce code releases and advance community outreach through user-focused events. Matt believes the best roads are made of dirt and traveled on a mountain bike. He’s also a dedicated Seahawks fan who can’t quite be convinced to transfer his Bay Area loyalties from the San Francisco Giants and San Jose Sharks.

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