CD part V: Install Postgresql for soap services and for SonarQube

The postgresql installtion is really simple and we need the database to create 2 schema's: easy(our application data) and sonarqube(schema for sonarqube). The setup of these schema's will be described in other blog's!

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CD part IV: Create multiple tomcat instances

tomcat is the application server i have used for this blog, but you can use other application servers. In this part i will describe the steps i have done to create multiple instances to create 4 servers!

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CD part III: Setup the remote and local repositories in GIT

In this blog i will describe the steps i have done to create the remote reposities and setup of the local repo's.

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CD part II: Setup the environment(maven/git/java/netbeans)

In this part i have described the setup of maven, git, java and netbeans! If you are familiar whit this, skip to the next blog!

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CD part I: Setup a Continuous Delivery Pipeline

In this 21 part series i wil describe how to setup a continuous delivery pipeline!

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Hexagonal Architecture in PHP

What is hexagonal architecture? In short and simple, it is a way of coding your application without being dependent on any external libraries or frameworks. All application specific logic should be contained an not be tightly coupled. By defining interfaces at the boundaries of your application, you will allow external libraries to implement functionality hidden within your actual application. Confused? Read along!

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Is Django's URL routing tightly coupled?

This entry was originally posted at http://sjoerdjob.com/ In a recent message to the Django mailing list, a remark was placed that the URL routing of Django was tightly coupled to the Django core. From what I understood of the requirements placed on the routing, I found it a weird statement. I decided to investigate.

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