In the midst of Docker’s meteoric rise and the explosion of talk around containers, it can be easy to lose oneself in all of the new terminology and jargon. While we think about the challenges presented by using containers in production, we also continue to hear the metaphor of Pets vs. Cattle and why it’s important to maintain an infrastructure that acts like a herd of cows.
What are the pros and cons of Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack and Fabric?
A prototype is what a software project starts from; this article explains the nine critical steps in the process of its creation
it’s time to turn our eyes to the future for a bird’s-eye view of what’s coming in Java EE 8, which will run in alignment with Java SE 8. As David Delabassee commented at Devoxx UK 2015, a lot has changed since the transition from J2EE, and the reinvention is continuing with this upcoming release. Although it’s very early days still, there are a few concrete specifics in place. Delabassee...
Konrad Malawski, Akka team member and Reactive Streams contributor, goes deep into the protocols, tools and methodologies user for building Reactive applications. Full video and slides provided.
Currently I am co-writing Arquillian in Action book with my colleague Jason Porter. Last week the book just entered into MEAP stage.
Application Performance Management, or APM, is the monitoring and management of the availability and performance of software applications. Different people can interpret this definition differently so this article attempts to qualify what APM is, what it includes, and why it is important to your business.
Man, monitoring web based applications and gathering metrics from single page interfaces (SPIs) developed in AngularJS and Ember can be a real pain. Well, it can be if you're using traditional monitoring software. If you are, SOASTA may have some answers to your problems.
From the performance achievements of the Redis NoSQL database to the simplification of persistence mapping from Java code to big data stores, the world of NoSQL and big data development is changing fast.
Typesafe Deputy CTO Viktor Klang goes into the world of microservices to see how these new system architectures emerge from the constraints of reality, and what we can do about it...
A Sneak Peek at Java 9 “Sleeper Feature” REPL and JShell
A tutorial showing you how to perform automated static analysis test using Jenkins and PMD
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- Oracle takes ALM to the cloud with the Java SE Cloud Service (27 Oct 2015) Optimized for the cloud, at JavaOne2015, Oracle has announced the Java SE Cloud Service and a new...
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