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Spring batch industrial strength tutorial – part2

This assumes that you have read the spring batch beginner tutorial & industrial strength part 1. This is the final part. Step 1: The annotated Java classes are referenced directly due to following line in the batch-context.xml Step 2: You define the batch job as shown below. … Read more...

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00: Create a simple REST API with Spring Boot

Q1. What is the key benefit of using Spring boot?
A1. The key benefit is that you can “build a production ready application from scratch in a matter of minutes”.

Over the years since its inception, Spring has grown to be very complex in terms of the amount of configuration an application requires.

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00: ⏯ MySQL database beginner video tutorial

Step by step MySQL video tutorial to get started with MySQL database. Any decent self-taught projects require a database to store & retrieve data.

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01 : Spring Cloud with Eureka Discovery Server Tutorial

Q1. What is Spring Cloud? A1. Spring Boot is widely used to develop MicroServices. As many organisations deploy these services on the cloud like AWS, etc you need to take care of various aspects to make it cloud native, hence Spring Cloud was created. … Read more ›...

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01: Docker Tutorial – compile & run Helloworld.java

Docker, Jenkins, CI/CD, & DEV/OPS have been the buzz words for the last several years. You will be seeing this in more often in the job requirements as well. 21 Docker interview questions & answers | DevOps & CI/CD Interview Q&As

Pre-requisite: Docker is installed on your machine for example:

Mac OS X

Linux systems

Windows10

Find online instructions like: install-docker-on-windows-10

Step 1: Create a folder “

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01: Drools tutorial with Maven and Eclipse

Drools is an open source rules engine that allows you to externalize the business rules.

This tutorial assumes that you have gone through “Setting up Java, Maven, and Eclipse.” Once you have gone through the following steps, you should have a project structure as shown below.

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01: Getting started with AWS – creating accounts & setting up security

Step 1: Create an amazon.com account via Amazon.com.

Step 2: Create an aws.amazon.com account. You need to provide credit/debit card details even if you want to use the free tier for up to 12 months. It is advisable to use a credit/debit card with low limits (E.g.

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