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November 8, 2016  2:49 AM

How to capture a heap dump

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Heap dump is a snapshot of the Java memory. It contains information about the Java objects and classes in the heap at the moment the snapshot is triggered. It’s vital artifact to diagnose any Java memory related problems. Heap dumps can be captured using several mechanisms. Here I am going to...

November 1, 2016  6:18 PM

Multi-modal NoSQL and cloud based microservices hot topics at JavaOne 2016

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Java Enterprise Edition versions 7 through 9 were some of the most common session topics at this year’s JavaOne conference. From upcoming changes to developer hacks, there was plenty to learn, propose, and discuss. Here’s a quick look at information a few of the presenters...


October 21, 2016  1:11 PM

Advanced container architectures: Kubernetes clouds and distributed Docker deployments

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Arun Gupta, VP of Developer Advocacy at Couchbase, gave a containerization talk at JavaOne2016 that brought out aspects of both Docker and Kubernetes to instruct his audience on how containerization works. It was a crash course on the how, what, and why of containers, and a great starting point for...


October 20, 2016  12:54 PM

The curse of Project Jigsaw: Why is Java 9 delayed again?

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With less than 200 days to the release of JDK 9, it’s being delayed again. The new release date has been updated to July 2017, four months later than the previously postponed date.


October 19, 2016  1:00 PM

How to engage future generations of programmers with Java

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As every JavaOne conference makes clear, Java is going to be around long after the current crop of attendees has been rendered obsolete. That means Oracle has a vested interest in getting youngsters involved in the fascinating field of programming before they even graduate from high school. In the...


October 19, 2016  12:54 PM

Understanding the need for continuous deployment

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The picture below shows a high-level maturity model for Continuous Deployment. As shown below, there are multiple stages of capability required to achieve Continuous Deployment. It starts with Continuous Integration. 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


October 16, 2016  5:46 PM

IBM promotes microservice architectures as key way to “Make Java Great Again”

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What's IBM doing to forward the Java technology cause? John Duimovich showed off his Java chops and his sense of humor during his JavaOne keynote by donning a ball cap with the statement, “Making Java Great Again” printed across the front. After the...


October 14, 2016  10:34 PM

Mobile integration a bigger development pain-point than social, security and maintenance combined

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Microservices was one of the hottest topics at JavaOne 2016, but cloud and mobile were still getting plenty of play in the individual sessions. Johan Vos, CTO of Cloud Products at Gluon, made an impression on Java developers with his talk, Extend Your...


October 14, 2016  10:19 PM

The OverOps Story: It’s the end of log files as we know it

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OverOps was built to help developers know when, where and why code breaks in production. After an amazing journey with 300% growth in new customers and a brand new name, it’s time to see how it all started –...


October 12, 2016  7:10 PM

IoT security tips: Five ways developers can help thwart IoT malware threats

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Leonardo Lima, Spec Lead of the JSR 363, shared an eye-opening talk at JavaOne 2016 about the Internet of Things and the potential hazards of living in a world with perhaps too much connectivity. The fact is that many popular devices that people use every day are simply not secure. Leonardo...


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