My team uses GitHub Actions 18 in total jobs across about 12 workflows. When we get multiple pull requests we end up driving contention on the workflows and resources we use. I ran across concurrency control for the workflows. To take advantage of concurrency control add this snippet to the bottom of your pull request workflow: When you stack the commits you end up with this warning, and the prior job is stopped:
Tracing the IBM FHIR Server file access on MacOSX
Thie attached GIST is a package of Kubernetes yaml files and Java code to test locally with Docker/Kubernetes with the IBM FHIR Server. You’ll want to kubectl apply -f <filename> for each of the files. Then apply the fhir-server-config-snippet.json to your fhir-server-config.json And run kubectl config use-context docker-desktopkubectl -n fhir-cicd-ns port-forward kafka-0 9092 Thanks to https://github.com/d1egoaz/minikube-kafka-cluster for the inspiration.
HL7 FHIR® Da Vinci Health Record Exchange (HREX) is an FHIR Implementation Guide at version 0.2.0 – STU R1 – 2nd ballot. The HREX Implementation Guide is a foundational guide for all of the Da Vinci guides which support US payer, provider, member and HIPAA covered entity data exchange. The guide defines “FHIR profiles, operations” and depends on HL7 FHIR® US Core Implementation Guide STU3 Release 3.1.0. In an issue, I implemented this profile and operation.
If you want to check your fillfactor settings, you can can check the `pg_class` admin table to see your settings using this article.
Here are some short cut APIs for Open Liberty API and IBM FHIR Server’s batch feature.
My lab is now live and available on the IBM Digital Developer Conference. In my session, developers integrate a healthcare data application using IBM FHIR Server with OpenShift serverless, to create and respond to actual healthcare scenarios. The lab materials Link to the lab material https://prb112.github.io/healthcare-serverless/ and you need to sign up for the lab using the following instructions. Signing up for the Lab To get access to the lab environment, follow the following instructions:1. Get added to the IBM Cloud account “DEGCLOUD” using the following app: – https://account-invite.mybluemix.net/ – Enter Lab key: welcome – Enter IBM ID: the email…
buildah is an intriguing open source tool to build of Open Container Initiative (OCI) container images using a scripted approach versus a traditional Dockerfile. It’s fascinating and I’ve started to use podman and buildah to build my project’s images.
I picked ubi-micro as my startingn point. Per Red Hat, ubi-microis the smallest possible image excludinng the package manager and all of its dependencies which are normally included in a container image. This approach is an alternative to the current release of the IBM FHIR Server image. The following only documents my first stages with Java testing.
One of the prerequisites for setting up IBM FHIR Server Bulk Data is setting up max_prepared_transactions since the IBM FHIR Server leverages Open Liberty Java Batch which uses an XA Transaction.
If you are using Azure, here are the steps for updating your Postgres resource.