Java application deployment
Taking a program from lines of code to a functioning Java application requires several important steps and tools. Before application deployment, a Java Runtime Environment must be put in place. The next step in Java application development is to use either a Java Plug-in or Java Web Start to deploy the application. In this section, find the news, research, and tutorials you need to deploy Java apps. Learn the different steps Java developers need to take, and find tips and best practices to help make enterprise application deployment fast and successful.
How to create secure and bug free software using customer-driven development
07 Jul 2015
Feature - When using the Agile method, development is largely customer-driven. How do you ensure the success of such a project? Here are some tips on how to develop secure, bug free software.
Failing to integrate security with DevOps? Do so at your own peril
27 Apr 2015
Feature - Security is often considered as an afterthought in the software development lifecycle. But organizations need to keep up with vulnerabilities as they move to more agile DevOps practices. Read on for some best practices in building a security conscious...
Mobile development looks inwards as internal facing apps gain traction
23 Apr 2015
Feature - As enterprise moves forward to provide employees with the apps they need for maximum productivity, everything is on the table for reinvention. A mix of standardized and customized solutions will be required by big business to meet the needs of an...
Docker and containerization: The uncontainable trend of 2015
03 Apr 2015
Feature - Containerization, especially using new and exciting platforms like Docker, is a massive trend in the industry. Find out how to leverage this trend to run applications, host operating systems and gain even more benefits from running in a fully virtualized...
Cloud computing and AWS form perfect test beds for the risk averse
25 Mar 2015
Feature - Risk aversion is a cornerstone of the enterprise computing community. Do no harm is philosophy that goes beyond medicine's Hippocratic oath. But the risk averse can now safely try new technologies by using cloud computing options and AWS.
How realistic is your mobile testing strategy?
20 Jan 2015
Feature - Given the unpredictable nature of the way handheld devices will be used, organizations must ensure they employ a realistic mobile testing strategy, or face the reality that problems will be a reality after deployment.
Will value types and structured arrays be Java 9's cap feather?
15 Jan 2015
Feature - Scalability and performance are always issues that dog the Java platform. But with so many lessons learned from languages like Scala and Clojure, will Java 9 take on these scalability issues by introducing immutable types like structured arrays and value...
Cloud based IDEs continue to mature, changing the software development process
12 Jan 2015
Feature - There has always been talk of doing software development in the cloud, but the reality has been far from the promise. But recent improvements are changing attitudes, enticing developers to change their software development process.
Four tips to help tell if your continuous integration (CI) process is working
16 Dec 2014
Feature - Many organizations have adopted a continuous integration (CI) process. CI promises many benefits, but only if you're doing CI properly. Here are four tips to help you evaluate whether or not your continuous integration process is working.
From ElasticSearch to Splunk: Understanding your log aggregation options
20 Oct 2014
Feature - The key to successfully being able to anticipate and diagnose software problems is being able to make sense of your application logs. In part two of this two part series, we take a look at some of the most popular log aggregation tools on the market...