Application Integration middleware
Application integration is the process of bringing data or a function from one application program together with that of another application program. Where these programs already exist, the process is sometimes realized by using middleware tools, either packaged by a vendor or written on a custom basis. Learn all there is to know about application integration middleware tools in this section.
Visualization techniques revolutionize modern business intelligence gathering
06 Jul 2014
Feature - With so much data to be analyzed, organizations want a new way to be able to conceptualize the business intelligence they have gathered. New visualization techniques are making this happen.
The challenge of tagging for analytics in a world of unstructured text
06 Jul 2014
Feature - Many organizations are managing massive amounts of information in their big data systems, but handling that inflow, and making it make sense is a massive challenge. Tagging is one solution, but how does one tag unstructured text? It's a problem that is...
Adding the MBean to the JMX server
30 Jun 2014
Tutorial - Part two of this tutorial delves into how and why to add MBean to the JMX server.
Making MBean work
27 Jun 2014
Tutorial - In part four, learn how to ensure that MBean interface has been accurately implemented.
Configuring VisualVM to connect to the app server
27 Jun 2014
Tutorial - Learn how to configure VisualVM in part three of this tutorial.
Monitor your Web applications using JMX and Spring
24 Jun 2014
Tutorial - Learn how to use JMX and Spring to monitor new Web application projects.
Conquering the challenge of integrating JAX-RS (REST) with OSGi modularity
06 May 2014
Feature - OSGi and REST based web services are two incredibly popular technologies that have evolved separately over the past few years. But now developers are tackling the challenge of bringing these two technologies together. Here's how they are making that...
Integrating continuous development into the ALM process: Avoiding common pitfalls
05 Feb 2014
Feature - Many companies are bringing processes like continuous development and continuous deployment to the forefront of the application lifecycle management (ALM) process. Here we look at common pitfalls organizations should avoid when taking a more continuous,...
Handling the four 'V's of big data: volume, velocity, variety, and veracity
01 Aug 2013
Feature - If you are about to engage in the world of big data, or are hiring a specialist to consult on your big data needs, keep in mind the four 'V's of big data: volume, velocity, variety and veracity.
Which EJB to use? Stateful, stateless and singleton session beans compared
03 Jul 2013
Tutorial - When developing a service layer, Java architects are often challenged with which of the three session beans, stateful, stateless or singleton, should be used.