Client-Side HTTP Requests using ScalaDSL
By Tamanna Chawla Chopra
The ability to make HTTP requests is a very common need nowadays since it is often how we need to interact with APIs. Unfortunately, there are few resources out there to guide you on how to use the HTTP client scaladsl library for Akka HTTP to make these requests. I had a hard time finding a good resource on this topic […]
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Terraforming
By Angel Rivera – Microshare, Inc.
Recently I’ve been adopting and implementing an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) philosophy in our shop. IaC provides ops teams the ability to design, provision, deploy and manage their infrastructures by simply writing code using descriptive or high level languages. This code can execute tasks such as automatic asset provisioning, app deployment and more importantly configuration management.
In this blog […]
The Open Source Advantage
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Hacking Data Migration with Selenium
By Steven Brew
Data migration is a laborious yet essential task when moving between discrete systems. This task involves the transfer of data between storage types or file formats and can vary in difficulty depending on how the data is stored. Data that is well organized and easily parsed can typically be transferred without issue. However, data is often in a format suited for an […]
Blockchain for Compliance? Not So Fast.
By Tim Panagos
At Microshare, we make use of some of the core cryptographic capabilities developed for blockchain implementations without the peer-to-peer distribution elements that make blockchain solutions both hard to scale (try millions of transactions per hour on bitcoin blockchain) and uncomfortable for use-cases where privacy of the underlying data matters.
Most blockchain implementations utilize a merkle root algorithm to include both the […]