Markus Eisele blogs about Censum, a new GC analysis tool released by jClarity.
Exactly one year after the Spring Framework 3.1 release, SpringSource is pleased to announce that Spring Framework 3.2 is generally available now! We recommend an upgrade from all previous Spring releases, in particular from Spring Framework 3.1.x which this is a direct successor for.
We've all heard how migrating to the cloud saves big businesses big money. First, it was applications delivered through the cloud, quickly followed by platforms and infrastructure. But what about actual business processes like in-house software development? How does working in the cloud and not just hosting stuff there impact enterprise software development costs? And more to the point, can using...
The enterprise java application stack is growing bigger and bigger which makes it equally difficult to keep control on all the layers of the infrastructure to get maximum result out of it. One of the basic requirement of any web application is well performing, we will cover here an ideal enterprise java web application setup and see how to analyze and optimize the same using AppDynamics tool.
In the latest series of release announcements, VMware vFabric GemFire 7.0 steals the show, and this article highlights all the new capabilities available to Java application developers.
Is your business serious about application programming interfaces? Does your organization understand how a well-conceived API could make your business boom? If not, you haven't been listening to what API evangelist Kin Lane is preaching.
This update to Java Versions section of ZeroTurnaround's "Developer Productivity Report 2012" includes an interview with Martijn Verburg (aka The Diabolical Developer) about what to expect from Java in 2013 and beyond, and includes Java Version usage statistics from over 30,000 JRebel users.
SoftLogica announces the release of WAPT 8.0 and WAPT Pro 3.0, its load, stress and performance testing software for websites and applications with web interface.
While they may be the last to admit to it, many organizations have an app problem, just ask Gartner's Bill Swanton. Organizations may not think so, but it's true. The fact is, as many large companies grow, merge and acquire other organizations, they end up accumulating an excessive number of applications. Like a hoarder who won't throw anything away, large corporations often find themselves in...
I'd never code a username and password in plain text in a production system, and I'd certainly never allow sensitive information to be saved unencrypted on a device that I knew could be easily lost or stolen. Yet in the mobile development world, these inane practices seem to be commonplace, and the buck stops at the incompetent application developers who allow it to happen.
The APM 1.0 tools were invented more than a decade back and they provided great benefits to resolve application issues that were prevalent with the early versions of Java and .NET technologies. The APM 1.0 tools have not kept up with evolution of enterprise technologies. This article discusses challenges with old generation of APM products.
Performance, mobile governance, security and improving the user experience are all hot topics at AnDevCon 2012. Yet despite the obvious focus on the development side of Android applications, the financial aspect of making money in the mobile market hasn't been completely absent.
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- Goodbye, sysadmins; hello, software developers (02 Dec 2013) As organizations are moving towards cloud computing, sysadmins are losing their relevance in...
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- Will upcoming Google Web Designer fix Java pros' Android problem? (21 Oct 2013) Mobile developers are hoping for something a little different in the upcoming Google Web Designer...
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- Solving performance issues with self-adaptive software (24 Oct 2013) In this discussion, Cameron McKenzie and JInspired CTO William Louth talk about the concepts behind...
- Overprovisioning in AWS? Cost-control tools and strategies can help (22 Nov 2013) For organizations that have moved to the cloud, old habits may be costing them dearly as they...
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- Oracle announces delays in the JDK 8 release schedule (19 Apr 2013) After patching Web browser security issues, the Java Platform Group at Oracle has announced delays...
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