Modular tools enable rapid and simplified development of distributed, transactional, secure and portable applications based on Java technology. This section provides news and information, including product ideas and best practices for modular tools and techniques.
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OCPJP and OCAJP: New Java 7 certification requirements
21 Dec 2011
News - In order to obtain the certified architect position from Oracle, attending and passing a training course is now required. But what about the Java Professional and Java Associate designations, OCPJP and OCAJP for Java 7?
Injecting mock beans Into Spring context
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 25 Oct 2011
News - Today I was Googling about mocking when I found the following question: "Injecting mock beans into Spring context for testing. What I want to be able to do is via the HotswappableTargetSource, override the bean definitions of select beans in my...
JavaOne 2011: Mark it up as a success
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 07 Oct 2011
News - Last year a cloud of gloom hung over the three or four San Francisco hotels in which Oracle had sliced, diced and distributed all of the JavaOne sessions. There was a clear and palpable feeling of distrust and uncertainty that permeated the on-goings,...
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Big data solutions and content management systems (CMS)
23 Apr 2013
Tutorial - Content management systems that need to sift through huge amounts of data are big data problems in need of a solution. Fortunately, projects like Hadoop and MapReduce are coming to the rescue.
Common distributed SOA design mistakes
06 Feb 2013
Feature - In an effort to gain some insight into how to best approach application design and architecting distributed SOA based systems, TheServerSide reached out to Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz, the author of SOA Design Patterns, for his insights on the topic.
Running WebSphere Liberty on Raspberry Pi
13 Jul 2012
Feature Video - The new WebSphere Liberty profile is faster and more efficient than ever. Simon Maple proves this out by showing us how he ran WebSphere on the Raspberry Pi, a tiny little credit-card sized computer that smart blokes in the UK have developed.