If you want to make sure your test results mean something, it’s important to deliver them in a way that makes them accessible by each department. Spend some time thinking about what your data means for other departments, and organize it accordingly. In this post, we will explore how the performance data and results that you obtain when conducting load tests should be framed and distributed to...
In order to use ELK to monitor your platform’s performance, a couple of tools and integrations are needed. Probes are required to run on each host to collect various system performance metrics. Then, the data needs to be shipped to Logstash, stored and aggregated in Elasticsearch, and then turned into Kibana graphs. Ultimately, software service operations teams use these graphs to present their...
A step by step tutorial explaining how to upload your Java Articfact to Maven Central
It’s no surprise that many if not all programmers use GitHub today to store their codes, but it can be frustrating to keep everyone up to date with the code changes.
In this week’s post, we'll address some of the challenges you may face when load testing from the cloud and clear up any misconceptions that might exist.
XML+XSLT rendering for a web page is a powerful mechanism that is intensively used in the Takes framework; this post explains it in detail.
There are a billion articles on ES6 at this point. What’s one more? Here we discuss some emerging patterns and issues related to real world use of ES6 as well as how one can go about using it now via Babel.
How can you improve your Java development workflow with Facebook’s Infer?
Like many startups before us, Wix.com started as a monolith application, which was the best architectual solution when we had no scalability and availability concerns. But as time went by and our small startup grew and gained success, it was time to change the architecture from a monolith—which experienced many scalability and stability issues—to a more resilient and scalable...
So, your boss asked you to estimate a new feature. You talked a bit about that feature with your teammates. Then came silence. And a brain strain. But after a while you finally came up with your estimate of "ahem…1..to…2..days". Wrong Buzzer Sound. Oops, wrong (again)! Turned out it took you almost a whole week to implement. What went wrong? And what goes wrong in general when developers...
It's a very common misconception that good programmers write code that's always bug-free. However, I think I agree with it.
CUBA Platform is the way of rapid enterprise software development
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- Docker containers are growing up and embracing open standards (06 Jul 2015) In this new world where containers are challenging virtualized environments, Docker has had to grow...
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- Red Hat engineer talks system optimization, containers (24 Jun 2015) In this podcast, a principal software engineer at Red Hat talks about important industry trends,...
- Red Hat announces support for the Open Container Project (23 Jun 2015) Red Hat joins other vendors to support the Open Container Project, not a surprise.
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