There are a lot of articles and blog posts written about unit testing best practices, patterns etc. Over the course of years after writing many varieties of unit test cases with and without mocking frameworks and reviewing many tests, there are few patterns that I have noticed many times again and again. For a change instead of writing about best practices I have compiled a list of testing bad practices to avoid.
In the last post we saw how to use Swagger 2 with SpringFox and JAX-RS. Using annotations for methods usually pulls in all the parameters for that method. There may be certain instances where you may have to pass in extra header param for a method to work. Can we do that using Swagger 2 annotations?
Swagger 2 is the defacto API documentation tool that is used in many Spring boot applications. Most of the examples for using swagger with spring boot are with springMVC. There are certain use cases where you would be using spring boot with JAX-RS. Is it possible to use Swagger 2 with SpringBoot and JAX-RS applications?
In this post we are going to look at an ELK stack architecture for a small scale implementation. Keep in mind that this architecture is suitable for a small sized on-prem installation and the index capacity is determined by the hardware and disk space availability.
One of the most often asked question about the ELK stack is how can i monitor the elastic nodes itself. Monitoring the nodes here includes all indexes, all the data nodes, index size, total index size, etc. One tool that i use for my implementations is Cerebro.
By default Alfresco does not have any restrictions on file types that can be added to the repository. Alfresco accepts .exe, .dll, .sh, .js, .cs, .java etc. So if there is a business requirement to block certain file types from being uploaded to a site of folder in Alfresco, how can we go about implementing that in simple fashion?
ElasticSearch recommends setting up master, data and ingest nodes for a production deployment. The typical structure would be few master nodes, some data nodes and some or no ingest nodes. There is also a client node that is recommended to be installed at the same box where kibana Continue reading “ELK Stack – Elastic Search Zen Discovery”
How often should a new log index be created? Once a day, Once a week, Once a month? A simple search in Google would return various responses each arguing the pros and cons of creating indexes daily or weekly. Lets look at how to do that with logstash.