Daniel Brintzinger

Daniel Brintzinger is a Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat living in Berlin. He has been working as Developer, Consultant and Software Architect with focus on Service, Integration and Cloud Architectures. Daniel is passionate about Open Source, not just from a technological perspective but also as a cultural shift in the way we work and deliver greatness together.


Data is the New Gold – How to Work with Databases in Quarkus

Photo by Rene B√∂hmer on Unsplash By using Quarkus you can write lightweight and lightning-fast Java applications that scale on OpenShift/Kubernetes in a matter of milliseconds. But to achieve linear scalability and resilience of your application you should strive to create stateless applications. If you scale up multiple application instances that all connect to the […]

Cloud Native AppDev without Tears – Using odo to Boost your Workflow

Traditionally application development and deployment across environments has been very tedious and error prone. For example in the Java world you would work with different packaging formats such as ears, wars and jars each with environment specific configuration usually dispersed all over the place. Then your app might behave differently on each operating system due […]

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