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Spring Boot Caching with Redis

Caching is a common technique used to improve application performance by reducing the need for repeated database calls. Here’s how caching helps: Reduced Database Load: By caching frequently accessed data, you can reduce the number of database queries, which can alleviate the load on the database server. This can lead to better overall performance, especially […]


Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform used for building real-time data pipelines and streaming applications. Provides features like fault tolerance, horizontal scalability, and low-latency message delivery, making it suitable for use cases such as real-time analytics, log aggregation, and data integration across systems. Kafka’s architecture consists of producers that publish data to topics, […]

Distributed Transaction for multiple Databases with SpringBoot , JPA for monolithic Application.

Overview This article demonstrates how to configure transactions across multiple databases using  @Transactional in SpringBoot with JPA. For this example we are taking 2 databases one is MySQL , and the other one is PostgresSQL. Configurations Before moving to configuration we have to make sure that the entity class and the repository  classes must be […]

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