Learn about meshIQ Kafka Console Our Cost Effective Solution for Robust Kafka Management
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Published October 21, 2022

The Prometheus and Grafana combination is rapidly becoming ubiquitous in the world of IT monitoring. There are many good reasons for this. They are free open source toolkits, so easy to get hold of and try out and so there is a lot of crowd sourced help available online to getting started, and this even includes documentation from the developers of middleware such as IBM MQ and RabbitMQ.

Prometheus & Grafana Are Not Sufficient To Support Modern IT
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Published September 2, 2022

Apache Kafka is an open-source software platform for processing streams of events. Developed for the streaming and archiving of data, Kafka is now supported by a large ecosystem of third-party applications. Developed by the founders of Confluent, Kafka was initially created in 2007 while the three creators were at LinkedIn.

Confluent for Apache Kafka and Confluent for Kubernetes
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Published June 3, 2022

In this guide, we’ll explore the basics of using Express.js middleware. We’ll create a simple Express API from scratch, then add the middleware to it and demonstrate how to use each tool.

The Express middleware tools we’re going to discuss are must-haves for your initial Express.js app setup.

Express middleware: A complete guide
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Published June 1, 2022

Apache ActiveMQ is a free and open-source message broker developed by Apache Software Foundation. It is one of the well-known message brokers that supports multiple protocols such as AMQP, MQTT, Stomp, and OpenWire. It is written in Java and fully compliant with JMS 1.1 standards.

How to Install Apache ActiveMQ on Debian 11
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Published June 5, 2020

RemoraJ is an open source Java byte code instrumentation agent designed to help developers profile running Java apps with little overhead.

 

The focal point of RemoraJ is to provide visibility into what's coming in and out of your java app by tracking calls such as HTTP, JDBC, JMS, WebSocket, IO Streams, Kafka and other inter JVM/IPC communications.

Profile Java Apps with RemoraJ