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ISBN:
1430234520
Author:
Michael Minella
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
Apress; 1st ed. edition (July 15, 2011)
Pages:
504 pages
EPUB book:
1984 kb
FB2 book:
1500 kb
DJVU:
1592 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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322


1 Batch File Programming Introduction Batch file programming is the native programming offered Batch. Pro Java Clustering and Scalability: Building Real-Time Apps with Spring, Cassandra, Redis, WebSocket and RabbitMQ. 71 MB·1,681 Downloads·New!

1 Batch File Programming Introduction Batch file programming is the native programming offered Batch. 71 MB·1,681 Downloads·New! Build clustered and scalable Java-based, real-time applications using Spring Framework, Boot.

Pro Spring Batch is intended to answer three questions: What? . This includes providing tips that the "school of hard knocks" has taught author Michael Minella during his experience with Spring Batch.

Pro Spring Batch is intended to answer three questions: What? What is batch processing? What does it entail? What makes it different from the other applications we are developing? . Pro Spring Batch includes examples of I/O options that are not mentioned in the official user’s guide, as well as performance tips on things like how to limit the impact of maintaining the state of your jobs. The author also walks you through, from end to end, the design and implementation of a batch process based upon a theoretical real-world example.

Authors: Minella, Michael. Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring coders new to the Spring Batch platform. Michael is the author of Pro Spring Batch from Apress and the popular Refcard JUnit and EasyMock. The definitive guide to Spring Batch, written by Pivotal lead of Spring Batch. This definitive book will be useful in allowing even experienced Spring Batch users and developers to maximize the Spring Batch tool. Show all. About the authors. Outside of the daily grind, Michael enjoys spending time with his family and enjoys woodworking, photography and InfoSec hobbies.

This repository accompanies Pro Spring Batch by Michael Minella (Apress, 2011) Release v. corresponds to the code in the published book, without corrections or updates.

This repository accompanies Pro Spring Batch by Michael Minella (Apress, 2011). Download the files as a zip using the green button, or clone the repository to your machine using Git. Releases. Release v. See the file Contributing. md for more information on how you can contribute to this repository.

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About Michael T. Minella: Michael Minella is a software engineer, teacher and author with over a decade of enterprise . Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Michael T. Minella's books. Minella: Michael Minella is a software engineer, teacher and author with over a decade of enterprise development experience  . Michael’s Year In Books. Michael’s 2019 Year in Books. Take a look at Michael’s Year in Books. The long, the short-it’s all here. See Michael’s 2019 Year in Books. Michael T. Minella’s Followers (3). Michael’s Bookshelves.

Hey everyone, Pro Spring Batch comes out this coming Monday! As you can see, Apress has gone with their new cover .

Hey everyone, Pro Spring Batch comes out this coming Monday! As you can see, Apress has gone with their new cover design for it. Check it out! Pro Spring Batch added a new photo to the album: Covers. July 8, 2011 ·. Minella 3452-4 POD1. Please be sure to like it to learn more about the book! Pro Spring Batch.

Michael T. Minella: Pro Spring Batch. Minella: Learning Spring Batch O’Reilly Publishing. Michael Hoffman: Getting Started with Spring Batch Pluralsight. Arnaud Cogoluegnes, Thierry Templier, Gary Gregory, Olivier Bazoud: Spring Batch in Action. Spring Batch (Michael Minella). Introduction to Spring Integration and Spring Batch. ETE 2012 - Josh Long - Behind the Scenes of Spring Batch.

Pro Spring Batch is intended to answer three questions: What? What is batch processing? What does it entail? .

Since its release, Spring Framework has transformed virtually every aspect of Java development including web applications, security, aspect-oriented programming, persistence, and messaging. Spring Batch, one of its newer additions, now brings the same familiar Spring idioms to batch processing. Spring Batch addresses the needs of any batch process, from the complex calculations performed in the biggest financial institutions to simple data migrations that occur with many software development projects.

Pro Spring Batch is intended to answer three questions:  

What? What is batch processing? What does it entail? What makes it different from the other applications we are developing? What are the challenges inherent in the development of a batch process? Why? Why do batch processing? Why can’t we just process things as we get them? Why do we do batch processing differently than the web applications that we currently work on? How? How to implement a robust, scalable, distributed batch processing system using open-source frameworks

Pro Spring Batch gives concrete examples of how each piece of functionality is used and why it would be used in a real-world application. This includes providing tips that the "school of hard knocks" has taught author Michael Minella during his experience with Spring Batch. Pro Spring Batch includes examples of I/O options that are not mentioned in the official user’s guide, as well as performance tips on things like how to limit the impact of maintaining the state of your jobs.

The author also walks you through, from end to end, the design and implementation of a batch process based upon a theoretical real-world example. This includes basic project setup, implementation, testing, tuning and scaling for large volumes.

  • Kelerius
Working my way through the book and doing the exercises. The examples actually work. The teaching quality is excellent and shows that he teaches for a living.
I was introduced to the author when he gave a presentation at a Java User's Group and we spoke afterwards. He is a committer to Spring Batch and technical indeed.

As the open source world evolves some examples no longer work out of the box but this is not the author's fault. For instance, Chapter 5's example is built with Maven 2 syntax and is incompatible with an eclipse that you would download today.So, you have to monkey with that. It would be nice is the author posted an updated version in his blog.

Still, if you want to learn Batch, this does it.
  • Hudora
Content is good, however I opened a ticket with APress 08-Aug-11 regarding screen shots missing from PDF version. It is now 25-Jul-12, I have touched base with them several times in the year, where they claim to have contacted the author.

For example: pps 33, 34 & 42 images do not show. I have tried on iPad in iBooks, iPad ReaddleDocs App and Mac Book Pro. Ticket ID: TRU-49560.
  • Usishele
I'm about half way through this book right now. Though the content of the book and the topics it covers are adequate, that content is rendered useless in the Kindle version of the book because the XML code listings are all messed up. Huge portions of that content is missing. I would happily return my Kindle ebook if I could and apply that cost to the hard copy edition. Don't buy this Kindle book, buy the hard copy edition!
  • Oso
The Java samples display fine, but the XML samples are missing about 75-85% of all of the text. This is both on the PC app and the Android app.

It is most frustrating. Is there a way to get my money back?
  • Beranyle
Kindle version is totally unreadable. Code fragments are terribly formatted , XMLs are spread to several pages. I do NOT recommend Kindle version.
  • Bulace
The author is unprofessional and has a weak grasp of the subject matter which is presented in an unstructured way and with lots of distracting statements of the author's personal attitude which is largely irrelevant. For example. you can't write technical literature and pollute it with statements like "and don't even get me started on X, but we'll cover that later". I was actually better off learning from the FREE documentation than reading this book. There is nothing PRO about this material, and I wish I hadn't spent money on it.
  • WinDImmortaL
"Pro Spring Batch" by Michael T. Minella is a comprehensive book with detailed explanations of all the steps involved in creating Spring Batch applications. Throughout the book, the author provides highly practical material and examples applicable in scenarios batch developers could face in real life.
While some familiarity with Spring framework is helpful, at least at the conceptual level, the book does cover fundamentals as well as going beyond basics. The author sets the context by describing the motivation for using Spring Batch and explaining important concepts in detail (e.g. batch processing, jobs and steps, ways to parallelize processing etc.). After providing the reader with a useful foundation, he proceeds to give a detailed discussion of more advanced topics such as (jobs and steps, job repository and metadata, scheduling and running a job, readers, item processors and item writers). The discussion involves step by step instruction for how to create the building blocks and run jobs, with each subsequent chapter building on the previously explained material. Eventually, the reader is given all the required pieces to build a complete sample application. Visual diagrams greatly aid in the comprehension of the material, and each chapter ends with a brief summary.
The final two chapters are devoted to performance/scalability and testing respectively. The chapter on Scaling and Tuning begins with coverage of CPU and Memory Profiling and then delves into explaining how to use various scalability features provided by the Spring Batch framework. Testing approaches (unit testing, integration testing, testing of Spring Batch - specific components) and tools (e.g. JUnit and Mockito) are covered in the last chapter. Specific examples are provided to illustrate different testing approaches.
Much more than just a reference manual, the book describes the logic behind specific design decisions, and highlights the thinking process performed to arrive at specific conclusions. The author gives you insights into the inner workings of the technology and how to leverage the power of Spring framework in development of batch applications. It is clear from the author's approach that the information given is based on his direct experience with batch processing, not just scholarly familiarity with batch concepts. The book could also serve as a starting point for readers who want to understand the concepts, approaches and challenges of batch processing.
With a writing style that is clear, logical and digestible, the author makes an otherwise dry subject interesting by providing historical details and information from his own background.
The sample source code for the book is available for download at the publisher's web site (apress.com) and organized by chapters.
I highly recommend this book to readers who want a solid and practical instruction book (and an introduction text) on Spring Batch.
This book is a great read for both someone starting out with Spring Batch and for the more experienced needing a reference item. As with many things Spring, there are a number of different ways of achieving the same result, and Pro Spring Batch helps guide with good use cases, clear examples and a good linear build approach that helps navigate best practice from 'other' ways of doing things.

A good (albeit thick) reference to have on the shelf when you're looking for best practice solutions.