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Want to learn how you can manage transactions across independent REST services without being tied into a specific technology vendor?

A common and perceived alternative to JTA/XA transactions in messaging is the so-called Idempotent Consumer or Idempotent Receiver pattern.

This tech tip takes a closer look at what 'reliable' messaging means and how to achieve it. As we will see, it all depends on how you configure and use your JMS.

This tech tip explores some patterns for distributed transactions.

Transactions without app server - with power features and support!

In this article we'll be debunking 4 microservice myths that can get you into trouble, and point you towards 5 common pitfalls that will ruin your data consistency in the long run…

What can you do if a deployment goes wrong in your microservices environment?

High performance JMS processing with XA
Exactly-once is possible at high speed!

24 Apr 2020 | Guy Pardon | Tech tips, Vision | , , ,

How do you process JMS messages with higher performance? With XA!

The Spring Framework and Spring Boot are great technologies, but what if you want to use Atomikos without Spring? Here is how to do it:

Microservice Pitfalls
How microservices can corrupt your data - even with eventual consistency or sagas

16 Jan 2020 | Guy Pardon | Tech tips, Vision | , ,

What every architect should know before selecting the next big broker / integration platform, cloud DBMS or remoting stack. Or: how microservices can corrupt your data - even with eventual consistency or sagas.

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