Vinodh is an experienced Java developer and web designer who is passionate about using technology based solutions to fix real work challenges. 

Posts by Vinodh Thiagarajan

Scalability

Often when interacting for solutions or floating your decisions to the architects, one question comes out at some point. Is this solution scalable ? So this read is not about scalability itself or maybe it is, but how to tag your solution with possible answers with right perspective. Types of Scaling: Vertical You have a …

Hello Serverless

Goal : Create a server-less API that says “Hello Serverless” or “Hello , <YOUR-NAME>” and Host it for $0 for up to a million hits. Though this example doesn’t compute anything ,if you have a memory efficient algorithm in place and have a valuable dataset and your resultant payload from a Lambda execution is minimal, …

Take an App to the Cloud with Pivotal Cloud Foundry

Once you have a self-contained app in place, it only takes a few seconds to host the application and scale up and down the number of instances in the cloud. This demo shows how to get started with PCF and deploy a sample app in the public cloud in the matter of few minutes.

Google Cloud Vision API

Google Cloud Vision API Image Matching Use Case Using Web Entities   Cloud Vision API was created by Google to provide application developers the tools they need to build the next generation of applications that can see and understand content within the images. With it, customers can detect a broad set of entities within an …

Pushing a Maven Based Java Project as an Image into Docker Hub

So you have built your Maven-based Java project and you have chosen to deploy it as Docker containers but also share it with the world as an image in Docker Hub. This tutorial shows you a series of simple steps to create an image from your Java Maven Project as well as publish your project …

Create Stunning Visual Dashboards using Kibana running on Elastic

In this demo, Vinodh uploads the Postal Code information for the USA into Elastic as an example to demonstrate how Kibana enables one to query and visualize key statistics in few minutes, which would have been extended time and effort if done in the legacy way of building apps.

Hosting a Java Webservice

When it comes to hosting there is a free solution and then there is a cheap solution. Learn about having more control with the less costly solution. Hosting a War file with Jelastic and its partners is the easiest and the fastest option. Say that you have an amazing dataset or solution that can be …

Stream a File into S3 – Java Spring Restful Implementation

The conventional way of uploading a file to a server is to receive it and store it and then serving the file over the internet using either HTTP/HTTPS. With tons of Cloud-based object storage providers like S3, Google Cloud, and the most recent, Digital Ocean’s SPACE support file, one can serve out of the box …

Build your own personal DropBox – Restful File Upload using Spring Framework

Searching the internet, I was only able to find PHP based solutions for uploading files. If you are a Java person, this Spring Post Service that uploads files can come in handy. In less than 10 lines of code, you can upload the files to your server in the preferred location of your choice. Package …
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