WebSockets are frequently used for one-to-many communications involving many recipients. This blog post explores building a simple Spring Boot microservice with WebSockets support and then deploying it into Entando.
Streamlit is an open-source Python library which is very popular in the data science and machine learning community. It is useful for quickly creating and sharing beautiful data-driven web apps. There are excellent hosting options for public Streamlit apps, but in enterprise environments, there is a need for sharing such apps in a more controlled way. Entando provides a Kubernetes and cloud-friendly way to do this.
Setting up a local development environment and optimizing it for daily use is a critical task. Although most development tasks for Entando-compatible components do not require a local Entando instance, there are times when you want to test a new bundle and do not have a full remote cluster available. This blog post explores setting up a small cluster in Docker Desktop for this purpose.
Entando's policy is to support three active releases of Kubernetes. Support for each K8s release ends no sooner than three months after the official Kubernetes End of Life date to give our customers and partners time to upgrade their Kubernetes version. This blog post is an update related to Kubernetes 1.26.
In today's digital age, organizations seek innovative solutions to keep up with the ever-evolving needs of their customers. One of the most promising approaches is to create highly modular, scalable, and adaptable applications.
Building composable apps means understanding how they manage security and reliability. Composable apps offer a lot of advantages to streamline applications due to the modularity and reusability of packaged business capabilities.