Let’s carry on with The Kitchen Cake with OpenShift and bake up an application that showcases a multi-container tiered architecture with persistent storage. Web client PHP application calls REST service calls a Database. All on a local workstation environment. Yum, just ask Milky. This lab is another in the OpenShift MiniLabs series.
With OpenShift you can have your Cake and PHP too. And templates, REST services, side-car pod patterns, database connectivity, runtime environment variable injection, pod lifecycle event hooks, port-forwarding and more. Its every thing and the kitchen sink. But let’s stop shall we before we mangle anymore metaphors. Over to you DeeDee. This lab is another in […]
Overview This blog is about where technology meets the behavioural sciences, so here we have a post describing how technology can be an adjunct to encourage adherence to a weight management intervention. In this example we show how to monitor progress of the 5:2 Fast Diet using the Goal Attainment Scale method together with actual weight […]
The Drools rules engine provides a very powerful business rule processing capability. However, implementing even the most simple of use cases may require considerable client side scaffolding code. This post presents a pattern on how Drools services can be consumed and produced as a very simple service – really simple rules service (RSRS). The method […]