What are Microservices? Code Examples, Best Practices, Tutorials and More
Microservices are increasingly used in the development world as developers work to create larger, more complex applications that are better developed and managed as a combination of smaller services that work cohesively together for more extensive, application-wide functionality. Tools such as Service Fabric are rising to meet the need to think about and build apps using a piece-by-piece methodology that is, frankly, less mind-boggling than considering the whole of the application at once. You can take a look at microservices, the benefits of using this capability, and a few code examples in this post updated by Mercy Kibet on Stackify’s blog.
How To Optimize Python Code
Currently, Python is the most used programming language for different projects around the world. According to statistics, 44.1% of programmers choose Python coding language for application/web development. However, that does not mean that Python developers are exempt from creating messy and inefficient code that can cost you and your clients time and money This is where Python code optimization comes in. Find out more in this post from Siddhant Varma on Stackify’s blog.
What Is Infrastructure as Code? How It Works, Best Practices, Tutorials
In the past, managing IT infrastructure was a hard job. System administrators had to manually manage and configure all of the hardware and software that was needed for the applications to run. However, in recent years, things have changed dramatically. Trends like cloud computing revolutionized—and improved—the way organizations design, develop, and maintain their IT infrastructure. One of the critical components of this trend is called “infrastructure as code,” and it’s what we’re going to talk about today. Check it out in this post from Carlos Schults on Stackify’s blog.
Node.js Logging Tutorial
Node.js logging is an important part of supporting the complete application life cycle. From creation to debugging to planning new features, logs support us all the way. By analyzing the data in the logs, we can glean insights, resolve bugs much quicker, and detect problems early and as they happen. In this post from Mercy Kibet on Stackify’s blog, we will talk about the who, what, when, where, how, and why of Node.js logging. Later in this post, the “how” section will give insights into using code.
How to Get Started Using Ansible Tags: A Tutorial
Ansible tags provide a powerful way to selectively execute tasks and manage playbook runs, allowing for greater control and flexibility in your automation workflows. In this post from Theophilus Onyejiaku on NetBox Labs’ blog, we’ll look at how to use Ansible tags to control task executions in a playbook, how to assign tags to blocks and plays, how to use special tags (always and never), and how to obtain a list of all tags defined in a playbook.
Ansible Dynamic Inventory: When and How to Use It
In our rapidly evolving world of technology, automation has become a sine qua non for IT departments. And when we talk about IT automation, Ansible is a name that immediately comes to mind owing to its power and simplicity. It provides capabilities ranging from simple task automation to complete infrastructure orchestration. One feature that stands out is the Ansible dynamic inventory. But what is it, and when should you use it? Find out more from Juan Reyes on NetBox Labs’ blog.
Getting Started with Pgvector: A Guide for Developers Exploring Vector Databases
With recent trends in technology about generative AI and large-language models, more efficient ways to store and query data have emerged. Traditional databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL were the ideal choice for developers for years. However, lately, a new type of database called a vector database has gained widespread popularity in the community. Vector databases are much different than traditional databases, especially regarding their use cases. So, in this roundup, we’ll explore Pgvector, an extension of PostgreSQL that allows you to use vector storage with a PostgreSQL database. Learn more from x on Zilliz’s blog.