Need information about all your AWS services, such as EC2, EBS, RDS, CloudWatch, Trusted Advisor*, CloudTrail*, etc, in one place? Do you need to easily correlate resource usage (e.g. high cpu utilization), Trusted Advisor recommendations, infrastructure changes (e.g. starting and stopping instances) and user activity (e.g. user X killed instance Y) with information coming from application log...
ntroducing SAP is a cost that makes everyone very cautious about the return of this investment. Performance problems with SAP delivery can quickly propagate to seriously affect business operations and lead to tedious war room scenarios. End user complaints will usually point towards the SAP team, the SAP team will blame the network, and IT operations team will fight back. But what if the root...
It is always better to get notified as soon as any major issues / exceptions occurred in the Application, instead of manually going thorugh huge logs to find probable exception messages. Apache log4j provides out of the box log Appender (called SMTPAppender) to send email alerts for the log level configured in log4j configuration file.
Oracle has some bold engineers as we discovered tracing a bug triggered by JDK 7u25 -> 7u40 update changing HashMap internals.
Is it really possible to instrument "every line of code" in an application and still obtain measurement data that is of real value?
This latest RebelLabs report builds upon on the popular "The Curious Coders' Java Web Frameworks comparison", which tests, ranks and profiles Spring MVC, Struts, JSF, Wicket, Vaadin, Grails, Play and GWT.
The whole point of using AWS EC2 is the ability to scale quickly and near infinitely, right? The problem is, what happens to all the instrumentation you've set up for your event logging? How does this work for that whole scaling aspect? Sure, you can rerun asetup script every time that you spin up an instance. But here's a better solution for when scaling is achieved by launching new instances...
A look at how DevFest has created a new kind of relevant conference for the Internet age using the recent example of what it was like to attend DevFest Ankara
How Groovy and Grails are helping many developers to adopt the Java EE platform
Have you ever been summoned into a "War Room" and were frustrated about the "wasted time" as you were sitting with too many people in the room without knowing what the actual problem is and how to fix it? Before entering such a scenario you should ask the 10 questions summarized in this blog article. It allows those that deal with a critical situation to call in the right people and those that...
Report from saturday's frantic DevFest Istanbul event. Find out what went on, what was discussed and what it was like to attend
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