Little known yet useful: The state of open source Application Performance Monitoring
Meet the most useful application monitoring tools for Java developers
Reflecting back to JavaOne 2016, we take a look at Intel VP Michael Greene's talk about why the Java language and Intel is a great mix.
The tech evolution is occurring so rapidly that yesterday’s opinions are often invalid today. Here's some currently valid insights into Golang, NoSQL and Cloud
Java logs data crunch: How GitHub’s top Java projects use logs?
After a decade finally Big Data is getting matured with unified platform like Apache Flink
Web Real-Time Communication as an API definition and framework has made a huge impact in the communications arena by empowering users to instantly share multi-media across a wide array of devices.
The days of the monolith are numbered. A system that may have worked fine internally for a few hundred users simply isn’t designed to work well for thousands of geographically dispersed users.
Two very popular conferences are taking place this week in San Francisco, and we'll be bringing you the highlights from QCon and DevOps summit.
A few sessions and events you have to see during QCon San Francisco 2016
AngularJS is one of the most preferred framework for the web developers who aspire to design a web app in a dynamic manner. In case, if your developers are going to start a project on AngularJS , they
An overview of everything you need to know before diving deep into developing Java
Heap dump is a snapshot of the Java memory. It contains information about the Java objects and classes in the heap at the moment the snapshot is triggered. It’s vital artifact to diagnose any Java mem
From cloud based microservices to multi-modal NoSQL, there was plenty to learn, propose, and discuss at JavaOne 2016
Be it AWS or Azure, cloud providers on both ends are making it easy to take Docker and Kubernetes architectures to the cloud.