The top 5 things you need to know before moving to Apache Spark
Have you ever considered including users in performance testing? It may not be the most obvious thing to think about, but the benefits are really interesting. There is nothing quite like the feedback that a real user provides, even for performance. Here’s how to do it.
When we update or delete a row using pessimistic locking, we lock that row (exclusively) for reading and writing. This ensures that the same row cannot be updated simultaneously by anyone else than the one holding the lock (you). This is safe, but it means that other threads that just want to access (not only write, but also read!) the row cannot do so until the lock has been released,...
Crowdfunding has been utilised to back everything from the construction of potato salad to effigies of Lionel Ritchie. This week however, we were particularly surprised to see a JVM-centric campaign pop up: JUnit Lambda, which is aiming to raise 25,000 EUR to push forward the development of the popular Java testing library.
Ever wanted to start your web project from scratch, but never knew how and where to find the right tools? Well, you’re in the right place.
Wouldn't it be great to support good ol' primary research AND Devoxx4Kids? You can do just that by completing Reactive Revealed 2015, a 5-minute (engineer verified) survey that asks about the relevance of the tools, architectures, practices and opinions related to Reactive application development to your project.
Arquillian Cube is an Arquillian extension that can be used to manage Docker containers from Arquillian. Basically it starts all Docker containers required for your tests, deploys the application (or micro-application) which can be Java based or not, runs the tests and finally stops all of them.
In this post we look at the solutions to the common reasons why a Maven build might be slow. Serial build, not parallelized tests, doing unnecessary work are all signs that you can speed up your Maven build.
Containers, containers everywhere but no containment to be seen.
If you’ve been in the software world for a while now, you know the idea of introducing a lite application isn’t exactly new or uncommon. However, it’s often done for different reasons. A free version can be used as a giveaway to attract new users while an easy-to-use version is perfect for novices. Likewise, single-purpose versions may be made to isolate and streamline a specific portion of...
Take a closer look at some of the common challenges of performance testing microservices, explore best practices for testing your microservices, and explain how you can monitor the performance of your microservices in production.
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