One of my favorite concepts in Kotlin is the "Object" class. A quick refresh: A normal "class": class ExampleClass(arg1: String) An "object" is very similar in syntax as can be seen below, but comes with a crucial difference: it is a singleton. object ExampleObject There's a lot of debate around Singletons being evil or not... … Continue reading When being Lazy pays off: Kotlin Objects and NoClassDefFoundError
Nugget Post: “429 Too Many Requests” on Elasticsearch/Opensearch
In high volume environments, you may encounter the following error when ingesting data into your Open/Elasticsearch cluster: Error HTTP 429: Too Many Requests In NiFi, this would crop up as an uncaught exception: Digging into the Opensearch and client logs, you'd see errors along the lines of: Data too large, data for [<http_request>] would be … Continue reading Nugget Post: “429 Too Many Requests” on Elasticsearch/Opensearch
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