TheServerSide tries hard not to play favorites when it comes to covering the enterprise computing landscape, but there are certainly members of the community that the TSS editorship turns to when looking to uncover emerging trends, keep up on the latest industry changes, or even just grab a smart quote or interesting sound bite. When it comes to Agile development and application lifecycle...
While Eclipse and IntelliJ are almost identical in terms of their feature sets, there is one key difference which greatly impacts the fundamental architecture of functionality and user experience of both products.
This story is about two good reasons why the exceptions should be used for what the name indicates – for exceptional situations. If you start abusing the concept, you either make your code unreadable or start suffering from performance issues.
There has been a lot of talk how performance fits into the DevOps philosophy. One interesting aspect is that many believe that Monitoring performance is all that needs to be done. This cannot be further from the truth. The problem is that to do performance properly in a DevOps setting you have to transition away from monitoring the performance of an application and start managing it – not just in...
In this RebelLabs report, we encourage you to embrace DevOps in order to build a fully-automated Continuous Delivery pipeline in your organization using award-winning and recognized tools in the industry, like: GitHub, Artifactory, Bamboo, Arquillian, Selenium and LiveRebel.
The NetBeans team needs your feedback about your experiences using NetBeans IDE 7.3 or its update release, NetBeans IDE 7.3.1!
The latest release of Data pipeline is now available for download. It includes streaming XPath for JSON, Multi-threaded JDBC writing, expression language updates, and more.
If transaction times jump from less than one second to more than 60 seconds after a software upgrade, it is evident that there is a problem that needs investigation. But where do you continue looking if there is no clear evidence? What if the SQL Log files don't show any long running statements - do you rule out the database? In this blog we show yet another case of data-driven performance...
It is widely accepted that the concept of enterprise mobility presents countless opportunities to the business world.
A key point for a successful continuous delivery is to make the production matrix available to the developers
JvCache is an extremely fast and scalable in-memory data grid and distributed cache for mission critical Java applications with real-time data access needs.
Are you using Maven and Git? Tired of the monstrosity called the Release Plugin to produce releases? This article introduces a radically simpler alternative that is both faster and more effective.
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