Allocation rate is a term used to measure the pace at which the JVM allocates new objects. Allocation rate can impact your application performance in different ways, in this post we will see both how to measure the allocation rate and how does it actually impacts your applications performance.
There are a lot of tremendous managers out there. They look out for our careers, mentor us and teach us, and help us remove obstacles so we can do the work we love. You don’t have to suck up to your manager to show that you appreciate them. So here are some subtle and respectful ways you can celebrate Boss’s Day this year.
How do you know when testing is enough? When there are no bugs? That is a very wrong approach! Instead, stop when certain amount of bugs is found
Roughly a month ago, I summarised Brian Goetz’ peek under the hood of lambda expressions in Java 8. Currently I’m researching for a post about default methods and to my mild surprise came back to how Java handles lambda expressions. The intersection of these two features can have a subtle but surprising effect, which I want to discuss.
The Java performance metrics you need to follow for understanding how your application behaves in production
Even though you are running an agile development process, that doesn’t necessarily mean that your performance testing is being conducted in a truly agile way. Saving performance testing for a “final sprint” before release still treats it like a waterfall development step, with all the cost and risk that comes with that. In this post, we will show you how to make load testing happen early and...
Santa Clara based DevOps favourite JFrog has just set version 4 of Artifactory – a universal artifact repository tool – live. And with this release, the frogs are singing about high availability, a secure Docker registry, npm repository and support for Maven, Gradle, Nuget, Yum, PyPI and other technologies. It also comes packed with a slick new UI and UX.
Extracting knowledge from your log4j event logs - First step: transferring event logs into XpoLog
Amazon S3 is a perfect place for keeping private Maven artifacts, automatically deploying them there, and making them available through s3auth.com
What better way to drum up enthusiasm before JavaOne than by handing out pink slips to popular members of the Java evangelism team?
To be honest, I could care less about Redis Labs' Series B funding, but it gave me a good chance to talk with 'someone in the know' about what's new in the world of NoSQL, and to hear about the reaction to the Redis founder signing on with a commercial vendor.
Tim Hall, Hortonworks' vice president of product management, gave us the goods on some of the things Hadoop is doing to make tuning Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) a simpler, more automatic process. Simple things like simply aggregating the Brobdingnagian number of different Hadoop related parameters into a single place is a simple but useful step forward, while providing SmartSense and...
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