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.
Prioritize app monitoring when moving to the cloud
16 Dec 2013
News - At AWS re:Invent 2013, app monitoring was noticeably becoming more competitive. Find out why prioritizing app monitoring is a necessity.
Overprovisioning: A costly cloud computing mistake
12 Dec 2013
Conference News - Expert Pete Adams explains how overprovisioning is one of two mistakes IT pros make when running an infrastructure in the cloud.
Goodbye, sysadmins; hello, software developers
02 Dec 2013
Conference News - As organizations are moving towards cloud computing, sysadmins are losing their relevance in software development.
The challenge of balancing BYOD privacy and security
25 Nov 2013
Conference news - Learn about how vendors are trying to help balance BYOD privacy and security.
Overprovisioning in AWS? Cost-control tools and strategies can help
22 Nov 2013
Conference News - For organizations that have moved to the cloud, old habits may be costing them dearly as they overprovision resources without any cost-control tools.
Preventing unscheduled JVM downtime with java-monitor
15 Oct 2013
News - It's an administrators nightmare to find out that an important JVM has gone down. However, by using java-monitor, admins can learn more about their JVM and minimize downtime.
What Java on the Azure cloud means to the enterprise community
25 Aug 2013
News - As Microsoft makes Java and the JDK a first class option on their Azure cloud, the enterprise Java community stands to benefit in many ways.
Why Azul Systems was the right choice for the Microsoft Azure cloud
25 Aug 2013
News - When choosing to embrace the enterprise Java community, Microsoft Azure chose Azul Systems to built and customize the Java runtime for the Azure environment.
Will the Red Hat model work for IaaS cloud computing with OpenStack?
17 Jun 2013
News - The Red Hat transition is to move their successful model to IaaS through OpenStack and cloud computing. But will this new move from the JBoss company work as well as RHEL did a decade ago?
How Red Hat's Linux and OpenStack IaaS drives Intel's bottom line
17 Jun 2013
News - While a major protectorate of intellectual property, Red Hat Linux and OpenStack IaaS offerings provide the bonus of driving innovation, which leads to more chips being purchased, driving revenue at Intel's bottom line.