Log data provides the most granular view into what is happening across your systems, applications, and end users. Logs can show you where the issues are in real-time, and provide a historical trending view over time. Logs give you the whole picture.
It is very important to understand who you work for, the boss/customer who pays you or the project, and the difference between them
This article explores how to create a JSF login backed by the standards-compliant CDI framework (that is included with Java EE), and the PicketLink security framework (an open-source project from JBoss).
What can we do to better align Ops and Dev so that they can speak the same language and work towards a more common goal? This article series attempts to address a portion of this problem by presenting development teams insight into how specific decisions impact the day-to-day operational requirements of an application. In this case, let’s look at the Ready Queue.
This article discusses an simple yet flexible solution to configuration that is specific to the environment with Spring.
TiP is not something to be afraid of. The more you understand what may go wrong and how to take the proper precautions to prevent that, the more successful and efficient your overall app development process will be.Today’s post is about the major risks of Testing in Production, how to mitigate them and ensure you’re getting your best end-product to users.
The real value of Groovy and Grails. They are technologies that empower developers in a smooth way.
In this post we are going to see how to create and enable SSL in Apache TomEE (and Tomcat) with a self-signed certificate.
In this post we are going to see how to create and enable SSL in Apache TomEE (and Tomcat) with a self-signed certificate
Last week, the chatter around 11 year old open-source JVM language Groovy centred on new Android functionalities in the upcoming 2.4 release. For the near future though, there’s a far more pressing issue, with Pivotal’s announcement that it would be withdrawing support for the language and accompanying Grails framework once the projected Grails 3.0 drop is achieved. The final severance will take...
The JEP 213 – Milling Project Coin is a follow up to the Project Coin additions to Java 7. Note, as the JEP states, this isn’t a Project Coin 2.0. It’s more of an attempt at smoothing the “rough edges” that came along with these additions.
How does the Fork/Join framework act under different configurations? Benchmark results following 260 test runs against Parallel Streams and ExecutorService
When a task you're working on is too big or you simply don't want to do it, you cut corners; here is how you can do it professionally
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