From device spoofing to malware, information disclosure, and DOS attacks, there are many ways a compromised device can become a threat. Here are ways to keep your devices safe.
For consumers and creators of middleware, microservices, and APIs, the future is bound to be complex. But it will be full of examples of big business taking risks to get it right.
At JavaOne 2016, CERN software engineer Ben Wolff discussed the important role Java plays in the world of advanced physics.
JavaOne 2016 keynotes pulled from a variety of topics from health research to Mars exploration. Here's what those keynotes taught us.
Hardware manufacturer Intel has always had an affection for Java based software. At JavaOne 2016, Michael Greene revealed the depths of their commitment.
In this guide we will cover what is difference between Spark and Hadoop MapReduce, how Spark is 100x faster than MapReduce. This comprehensive guide will provide feature wise comparison between Spark.
AngularJS is managed by Google and ReactJS is owned by Facebook. Both of them are unique and resourceful in their own ways. Lets see whats better for your business.
Sumo Logic vs Graylog vs Loggly vs PaperTrail vs Logentries vs Stackify
Lightbend announces a new, guided approach for enterprises to better manage 'data in motion' for streaming applications
The new vmlens opens source executor service uses a wait-free, lock-free, algorithm for submitting tasks
In this article we will look at how to integrate Hystrix into an existing Spring application with the help of Spring AOP.
According to wikipedia “Continuous integration (CI) is the practice, in software engineering, of merging all developer working copies with a shared mainline several times a day.”.
At JavaOne, NASA Aerospace Engineer Dr. Anita Sengupta shared space exploration lessons that apply to all areas of engineering.
Enterprise Java was a topic of intense focus during the opening keynote at the JavaOne 2016 conference this year. As expected, Oracle had many proposals for how the EE platform can be made more ...
While Java and the JDK are all 'steady as she goes' at JavaOne, Docker and container talk generate excitement.