Typically JVMs are monitored by using remote JMX monitoring tools. There are signficant problems wth this approach.Examples: how do you monitor a farm of JVMs without having and administrative headache ofsetting up remote JMX configurations, ports, SSL, etc etc.
Mocking frameworks is not a good practice and should be your last resort; instead, create and ship fake classes together with your code
null. It’s one of the first things you learn in Java; if not because your teacher or tutorial is outright telling you all about it, you’ll be confronted with a NullPointerException. Let’s revisit the topic. I’ll show you a few tricks to sidestep the need to deal with null, or null lookalikes, entirely.
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In this aticle we take you through Java testing using FindBugs and PMD in NetBeans.
Not only will the Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in the big game, but many web based companies will be taking on large-scale traffic challenges after airing their prime time commercials that day. After hearing this, you should ignore the pregame hype, put down the nachos and get your servers ready for maxxed out user load.
OpenXava allows Rapid Development of Business Web Applications. In OpenXava you only have to write the domain classes in plain Java to get a web application ready for production.
Log data provides the most granular view into what is happening across your systems, applications, and end users. Logs can show you where the issues are in real-time, and provide a historical trending view over time. Logs give you the whole picture.
It is very important to understand who you work for, the boss/customer who pays you or the project, and the difference between them
This article explores how to create a JSF login backed by the standards-compliant CDI framework (that is included with Java EE), and the PicketLink security framework (an open-source project from JBoss).
What can we do to better align Ops and Dev so that they can speak the same language and work towards a more common goal? This article series attempts to address a portion of this problem by presenting development teams insight into how specific decisions impact the day-to-day operational requirements of an application. In this case, let’s look at the Ready Queue.
This article discusses an simple yet flexible solution to configuration that is specific to the environment with Spring.
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