Presents an alternative view of metric monitoring in which metrics act as mere queries but not the persistent data model for performance monitoring.
Feeling a little adventurous? Why not test the limits of the JVM and experiment with a language other than Java? In this report, we play with the new features in Java 8, plus Scala, Groovy, Fantom, Clojure, Ceylon, Kotlin and Xtend, plus add interview questions from the languages' creators/leads that we talked to, including Guillaume Laforge (Groovy), Gavin King (Ceylon), Andrey Breslav (Kotlin),...
In Continuous Delivery each build is potentially shippable. This fact implies among a lot of other things, having a good code quality system tightly integrated with our build tool. In this post we are going to see how to configure Maven and Jenkins for executing static code analysis on second stage of continuous delivery pipeline.
A somewhat controversial but hopefully thought provoking look at performance measurement data recording, relaying and retention in the cloud.
Most of the Java EE 7 APIs are available via Maven already to aid in your exploration and early evaluation efforts.
When benchmarking a snippet of code it is relatively easy to reach to erroneous conclusions. We cover numerous different ways to get it wrong in this post.
Progress® OpenEdge® Mobile App Builder product, powered by Exadel’s Tiggzi, now available through Progress to more than 1,500 independent software vendors
ZeroTurnaround launched an Operations Productivity survey (yep, another one!) late February to try to get into the hearts and minds of IT Operations professionals (i.e. Infra engineers, sys admins, release managers, etc.) What we’ve found out so far is a bit weird....
When I ask customers how they deal with performance problems in MapReduce, they often tell me, beyond generic Hadoop tuning they don’t bother. They simply add more hardware, because they cannot have experts spending days or weeks browsing through logs or looking at every job they execute. Now in the case I present here, adding more hardware would not have helped as the existing cluster was well...
JavaOne San Francisco 2012 videos are now on YouTube via the Oracle Learning Portal (OLP). The videos are 100% free for anyone to view. It's really an invaluable set of materials from some of the greatest thought leaders in the Java world.
We are pleased to announce the first themed release of the Spring Data release train named Arora. Going forward we'll use names of famous computer scientists to label a set of Spring Data modules to make it easier to identify modules being compatible to each other. This mostly refers to the Spring Data Commons version they refer to. Download it now! http://www.springsource.org/node/3811
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- Yale graph DB project uncovers hidden big data trends (05 May 2013) Graphic analysis of big data problems can often uncover hidden trends that might otherwise be...
- Expert insight into building distributed, service oriented systems (03 May 2013) Developing complex service oriented systems is a challenge, but with insight from the author of the...
- Dell Boomi and other integration providers jump on API management (10 May 2013) After several API management firms were acquired elsewhere, Dell Boomi announces their own API...
- Software developers demanding resource based, RESTful APIs (03 May 2013) Software developers are demanding APIs that are delivered in a RESTful, resource based way, and one...
- How 'big data' solved the content management (CMS) problem (23 Apr 2013) Content management systems that need to sift through huge amounts of data are big data problems in...
- 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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