Month: January 2018

Monitoring your Spring Boot applications using Actuator

Spring Boot provides a library called as Actuator, which provides Production ready endpoints out of the box, without the need of any additional coding. These endpoints can be used for monitoring your application and exposing operational information about your application like health, metrics, trace, info, dump, mappings, beans, auditevents and more.

IDERA SQL Superstar 2018

I am super excited to be named as an IDERA SQL Superstar 2018, along with an awesome group of folks from the SQL Family. IDERA’s SQL Superstars are recognized as enthusiastic members and leaders of the database and data professional community who go above and beyond for others.

Resolving Gradle issues in IntelliJ IDEA

Gradle is an advanced general purpose build management system based on Groovy. When you make any dependency changes in your gradle build file, you might receive errors while building your project from within the IDE – as a result of IntelliJ not resolving the dependency changes.

Synchronize Gradle projects with workspace failed

Spring Initializr provides an extensible API to generate quickstart projects with the dependencies you need. SpringBoot is popularly used to develop Spring applications and it eliminates need of lot of the boilerplate configuration. It comes with an embedded Tomcat server and you can just browse to localhost:8080 once you run your application to view the result.

How to install the AWS Command Line Interface on MacOS

AWS is the most widely used cloud service in the world and provides a collection of services that can be leveraged by developers to build their applications.  To manage the various AWS services, you can use either the AWS Management Console or the AWS Command Line Interface. However if you want automate your development environment setup using scripts, the AWS CLI is your preferred tool.