Java cloud platforms
Cloud computing applies the resources of many computers in a network cluster to a single problem at the same time. Once confined to scientific or technical problems that require a great number of computer processing cycles or access to large amounts of data, cloud platforms are now being leveraged to offer enterprise developers more scalable server resources.
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Social business applications entice, but enterprises are skeptical
18 Dec 2015
News - Alan Pelz-Sharpe discusses social business applications and why businesses are wary of this strategy.
Oracle takes ALM to the cloud with the Java SE Cloud Service
27 Oct 2015
News - Optimized for the cloud, at JavaOne2015, Oracle has announced the Java SE Cloud Service and a new set of developer tools that will simplify application lifecycle management by taking ALM to the cloud.
Celebrating 20 years of Java technology at JavaOne 2015
26 Oct 2015
News - Twenty years is a pretty significant milestone, especially if you're a programming language. At JavaOne 2015, everyone is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Java programming language, and looking ahead at the challenges another 20 years will bring.
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Red Hat engineer talks system optimization, containers
24 Jun 2015
Podcast - In this podcast, a principal software engineer at Red Hat talks about important industry trends, including containerization and system optimization.
Inside the portal arena with Liferay
31 Mar 2015
Podcast - Learn about the front facing portal applications happening at Liferay in this interview with TSS and Ray Auge of Liferay.
What is Google's Solve for X?
06 Mar 2015
Podcast - Learn about the Google initiative, Solve for X, in this podcast with Barry Burd.
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How is PaaS changing application servers?
09 Dec 2011
Video - Chris Haddad, VP of technology evangelism at WSO2, describes cloud services like PaaS and how they are affecting application servers.
James Gosling Extols the Virtues of Hash Tables and RAM
05 May 2011
Video - Last September when James Gosling did his BasementCoders interview, he made the following quip: “I've never got it when it comes to SQL databases. It's like, why? Just give me a hash table and a sh*tload of RAM and I'm happy.” That particular quote...
Ashesh Badani talks about systems convergence
24 Sep 2010
Video - The explosion of data and cloud-based application deployments in businesses today are driving a convergence between event-driven architecture, business rules and business process management (BPM), said JBOSS middleware expert Ashesh Badani in an...
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How to quickly move a microservice infrastructure off AWS in a weekend
07 Jan 2016
Feature - In this article you will learn how a small development team moved a 200-service application infrastructure away from AWS in order to reduce cost and increase resiliency.
Java APIs to bridge the gap between today and future development efforts
04 Jan 2016
Feature - At JavaOne 2015, a big topic of conversation was APIs and API development. In the IBM keynote, the promise was that an evolutionary approach to API development will help modern day developers pass the torch to those doing development in the future.
Simplified messaging and microservice development with PHP's PSR-7
03 Jan 2016
Feature - Here we take a look at PHP's PSR-7, and how this new specification will help simplify microservice development while enhancing application messaging at the same time.
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How Eclipse plans to harmonize Java DevOps for the cloud
24 Nov 2015
Tip - Learn about Eclipse Che, the cloud-based version of the Eclipse IDE. Che will simplify the creation of Java DevOps environments on top of the OpenShift cloud platform.
NetBeans IDE 8.1 worth a second look
28 Aug 2015
Tip - NetBeans IDE set to include Node.js support in the latest 8.1 version.
Node.js. gives new Jelastic 2.4 more deployment options
24 Oct 2014
Tip - In this video, Jelastic's CTO discusses how its latest release includes Node.js and is set to help developers make fewer changes when deploying apps in the cloud.