OACC (pronounced Oak) is a powerful, new Java Application Security Framework. The almost revolutionary difference with OACC is a security model that provides an abstraction for the application objects being secured. As a result of this abstraction, the application does need database tables and code to manage security relationships, or provide custom implementations of various framework interfaces.
Not even a company like Apple is immune from website crashes (Apple’s new iPhone 6 crashed its website and live-stream, for example.) The best way to avoid this scenario and to bulletproof your web performance is to be smart, anticipate what may happen, and to employ the right combination of preparation and execution. Read on to learn...
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JVM is adaptive in several regards. This post will take a look into adaptive heap sizing in action - through a small test case we see how the Eden and Survivor sizes are resized dynamically to prevent premature promotion to Tenured.
This article is the second part of a two-part installment on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the impact of SOA on operations and DevOps. This installment reviews the other leading SOA technology: REpresentational State Transfer (REST). SOAP and REST behave differently and have their own management challenges and this article will help you better understand those differences and...
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Explore how Jisgaw modules are defined, and discover their benefits.
DevOps is no longer considered a fad by those working with the latest development tools. Now, DevOps emphasizes people and processes as much as the cool tools, and there are many different approaches to bringing them together.
Ever notice how software development projects seem to slow down when you add more people? It’s probably one of the only manufacturing disciplines where adding people and layers of project management makes it more difficult to estimate the timeline and quality of the final output. Whether you are a small team in the throes of scaling, or a larger team looking to overhaul your development...
In this article we take a look at what is a lambda expression in Java 8.
The complete guide for using jstack to debug live production servers
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