Application lifecycle management (ALM) is one of the most important aspects of Java project management. Still, Java ALM is very similar to that of an enterprise application developed on any other software platform. Check out this section for news, tips and opinions on the best ways to manage the Java application lifecycle including requirements, design, testing, deployment, version management and more.
CloudBees answers the call with a Jenkins private SaaS edition
21 Mar 2016
News - CloudBees has made a name for itself by providing cloud-based approaches to Jenkins users, but its latest private SaaS edition gives users more control over their Jenkins CI infrastructure.
Payara founder: GlassFish Open Source a great app server
10 Dec 2015
News - At JavaOne 2015, Steve Millidge discusses expectations for the future and what he and Payara are working on with GlassFish Open Source.
2013 sweetheart AngularJS takes a back seat to Docker at Devoxx 2014
11 Nov 2014
News - While AngularJS was everyone's sweetheart at Devoxx 2013, this year at Devoxx 2014, it appears that Docker, along with all of the usual suspects, from Scala to Java 8, is the new hot topic.
The highlights of Java EE 8
30 Sep 2014
News - At JavaOne 2014, the latest features and upgrades of Java EE 8 were highlighted.
Java development and application lifecycle management collide at JavaOne
23 Sep 2013
Conference News - There is an intersection between Java development and application lifecycle management, but at JavaOne this year, the ebb has flowed away from ALM, as the conference focuses largely on the technical side of things.
How Java rules improve Android apps: Taming big data with big reasoning
27 Jul 2013
News - Big data technologies are all the rage with enterprise architects and data focused professionals, but with big data isn't a panacea in itself. Big data solutions are only successful when they are accompanied by big reasoning as well.