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August, 2016

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August 24, 2016  1:56 AM

Governance isn’t enough when it comes to designing secure software

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In a world where IT capabilities, tools, and infrastructure are evolving at an unprecedented pace, it’s easy to get swept up in the forward momentum. But enterprises are beginning to realize that while free open source code and low-cost cloud infrastructure are certainly valuable, unbridled and...

August 24, 2016  1:41 AM

AWS Lambda for serverless Java developers: What’s in It for You?

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The serverless computing architecture has been gaining attention during the past few years, since it’s focused on one of the major components in an application: the servers. This architecture takes a...


August 24, 2016  1:41 AM

Performance improvements of contended Java monitor from JDK 6 to 9

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The new JDK™ 9 early access release contains a JDK enhancement proposal JEP 143, Improve Contended Locking, to improve the performance of contended monitors. Monitors are used by the java synchronized statement to lock the access to a code block....


August 24, 2016  1:40 AM

A new trilogy: The enterprise architect’s intro to microservices

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Earlier this summer, Lightbend CTO & Co-founder (and creator of Akka) Jonas Bonér and Enterprise Advocate Kevin Webber were seeing their vacation time more as a far-off dream than a plausible...


August 24, 2016  1:37 AM

Understanding the Java memory model and garbage collection

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In this article we will try to understand the Java memory model and how the garbage collection works. In this article I have used JDK8 Oracle Hot Spot 64 bit JVM. First let me depict the different memory areas available for the Java process.Once we launch the JVM, the operating system allocates...


August 19, 2016  7:13 PM

New DevOps tooling and expanding DevOps definition causing blurred lines in IT

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As DevOps starts to mature with the help of CI and CD tools, roles and responsibilities continue to shift....


August 19, 2016  6:49 PM

Making web UI testing great again with Arquillian, Docker and Selenium

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Most of the time when you need to write functional tests/end-to-end tests for web UI, you end up by using Selenium, which it can consider the de-facto tool in Java world for web UI testing. I am sure you've...


August 19, 2016  6:49 PM

StatsD vs collectd vs fluentd: Don’t let these daemons haunt you

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Monitoring is key element in every system, and while our users are a great indicator regarding what’s going on the system, we should be able to give them the best and smooth experience possible. That’s...


August 14, 2016  2:29 PM

From Bamboo to Jenkins, 2016 means continuously integrating

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What's new with Jenkins 2.0? Well, with the 2.0 release, one of the most notable changes is the installation wizard that walks new users through the basic configuration steps. Making it easier for newbies, Jenkins will now suggest a bundle of plugins for users to install, including popular and...


August 14, 2016  2:27 PM

Will Apache Spark-Streaming replace Apache Storm?

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Apache Storm is proven solution for real-time stream processing, which processes data with very low latency and high reliability and fault-tolerance. But Storm is very complex for developers to develop applications. There are very limited resources available in the market for it. Apart from this...


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