See Keyhole at Nebraska.Code() 2017

Lauren Fournier Community, Company News Leave a Comment

Keyhole Software is excited to once again be a Gold sponsor of the Nebraska.Code() Conference. If you have yet to register to attend, use promo code Keyhole10 to receive 10% off of your 2017 conference ticket cost.

The conference will take place this week, Wednesday through Friday, May 17-19. Wednesday will consist of half and full-day workshops, while Thursday and Friday will consist of one-hour breakout sessions.

Keyhole will be giving away a $150 Amazon gift card in a random drawing. Stop by the Keyhole booth on Thursday to enter the drawing, which will take place early Friday afternoon.

Numerous conference sessions will be led by Keyhole Software team members on a myriad of technical topics. Make sure to attend the following Keyhole sessions when setting your own personal conference calendar….



White Paper Published – Microservices: Patterns for Enterprise Agility and Scalability

Keyhole Software Architecture, Company News, Microservices, Tutorial 4 Comments

We’re excited to announce the release of a new, free white paper on the Microservices software architecture style.

Microservices is an architectural pattern gaining steam in the development community. A Microservices architecture addresses problems that modern enterprises often face, including responding to market demands, handling spikes in traffic, and being tolerant to failure. These benefits are achieved by functionally decomposing a business’ domain into microservices, services that handle only a single responsibility.

In this white paper, we discuss how Microservices came to be, contrasting architecture patterns, features of a Microservices architecture, established patterns, how to get started with Microservices, and suggestions for Microservices adoption.

Download the free Keyhole Software white paper today!



Security in the Microservices Paradigm

Zach Gardner Architecture, Microservices Leave a Comment

One of the least glamorous aspects of implementing a Microservices architecture is the security. It’s not fun or cool when compared to things like the circuit breaker or service discovery, yet it is a critical piece of the ecosystem especially in an enterprise setting.

I’m working on a large Microservices project for a healthcare enterprise on the East Coast. One of the first pieces of the infrastructure we assisted with was security, which has turned out to be a lifesaver for everything that has come after it. I was able to see what security works well as well as what does not work so well in a Microservices environment. In this blog post, I will share a medium to high-level look into how security can be implemented in Microservices.



Education Scheduled: Microservices And DevOps In Action​

Lauren Fournier Company News, Microservices Leave a Comment

Keyhole Software has announced that it will host a Microservices and DevOps educational Breakfast Boost event on January 25, 2017. This presentation will demonstrate an actual Microservices application implementation, with a live showing of a durable, stable, and elastic Microservices platform automated with DevOps tooling. This free, educational opportunity is open to the public and is specifically geared toward those participating in enterprise development.

To get more information and reserve your free tickets, please visit….



Keyhole Labs Releases Spring Boot Starter For Trouble Maker

Lauren Fournier Company News, Java, Spring, Trouble Maker Leave a Comment

The Keyhole Labs team is excited to announce the release of a Spring Boot starter for auto-configuration of Trouble Maker.

This new auto-configuration allows Spring Boot applications to easily enable Trouble Maker. Trouble Maker randomly takes down services during normal business hours in an effort to test stability and automated recovery. It also provides an ad hoc console to test application durability on demand.

See more on the Keyhole Labs blog.