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This is what I learned in July 2020:

Java 14: Records

14 Jul 2020
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This is just a small code snippet demonstrating the preview of the new Records in Java 14. 

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This is what I learned in June 2020:

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Earlier, I wrote an article about how to create a connection to a database service in Cloudfoundry. The reason for this was to backup and restore a Mongo database, which is the topic of this article.

1. SSH-tunnel

First, built up an SSH-tunnel (details see here):

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SSH-ing into an app deployed on Cloudfoundry, for example to access a database service, is well documented:

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One of the projects I work in has an uncommon tech stack, at least it differs from the standard CRUD-application-tendency many company-apps are built in. The mentioned application uses the Axon framework and a Mongo database. At first, the data often changed structurally, hence storing it in a document database accelerated development. Feature-requests for accessing the history of data encouraged the use of Axon with its events that are stored permanently in the database.