JAVA Developer's Journal

Here’s  is a quote from the About page of the Web site ehow.com: “eHow is your one-stop online resource for life’s challenges. Professionals in every field come together to offer expert advice, backed by the additional support of a can-do eHow community.“ Experts are also human b... (more)
My favorite writer, Gil Press, sums it up with, “It’s Official: The Internet Of Things Takes Over Big Data As The Most Hyped Technology” where he talks about how Gartner released its latest Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, and how big data has moved down the “trough of dis... (more)
View Aaater Suleman's @ThingsExpo sesion here The goal of any DevOps solution is to optimize multiple processes in an organization. And success does not necessarily require that in executing the strategy everything needs to be automated to produce an effective plan. Yet, it is i... (more)
SYS-CON Events has announced a new pavilion on the Cloud Expo floor where WebRTC converges with the Internet of Things. Pavilion will showcase WebRTC applications and the Internet of Things strategies and devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most profound change in persona... (more)
Containerization Is More than the New Virtualization Docker offers a new, lightweight approach to application portability. Applications are shipped using a common container format and managed with a high-level API. Their processes run within isolated namespaces that abstract the... (more)
SYS-CON Events announced today that Gridstore™, the leader in software-defined storage (SDS) purpose-built for Windows Servers and Hyper-V, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 15th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on November 4-6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center ... (more)
For better or worse, DevOps has gone mainstream. All doubt was removed when IBM and HP threw up their respective DevOps microsites. Where are we on the hype cycle? It's hard to say for sure but there's a feeling we're heading for the "Peak of Inflated Expectations". What does thi... (more)
The Perfect Storm Intensifies - The Convergence of BigData, Cloud and the Internet of Things is Now at Full Strength By Mac Devine (@Mac_Devine) Tuesday, November 4, 2014 11:35 AM ▸ Schedule Almost everyone sees the potential of Internet of Things but how can businesses truly unl... (more)
Mesos, Yet Another Cloud OS? YARN stands for Yet Another Resource Negotiator. According to Hortonworks, it is "the architectural center of Hadoop". YARN is the stack layer that allows multiple processing engines, with varying workloads (streaming, SQL, batch, machine learning et... (more)
Samsung promises to be one of the 800-pound gorillas of the IoT, if its success in recent years with Android devices and other consumer electronics is any guide. Showing its willingness to be a big IoT player, the company recently acquired SmartThings, a recent startup that's d... (more)
As enterprises embrace the DevOps philosophy, and the coalescence of the Development and Operations continues, I foresee the conditions ripening to foster innovative methods of making application performance better and code deployments smoother.  To me, the argument that system m... (more)
GlassFish, Open MQ, and the Ear-Eye Problem Yesterday I’ve been updating code examples for the messaging chapter for the 2nd edition of my Java book. While doing this, I ran into an issue, then fixed it, but the cause and the solution illustrate the situation that we call “Ear-E... (more)
Internet of Things Becomes Mainstream, What Happens Now? | Part 2 How do you know when a technology has become mainstream? A good clue may be when politicians start talking about it on the campaign trail and with mainstream media. David Cameron, the UK prime minister, was the late... (more)
How to Approach Application Failures in Production In my recent article, "Software Quality Metrics for your Continuous Delivery Pipeline - Part III - Logging," I wrote about the good parts and the not-so-good parts of logging and concluded that logging usually fails to deliver w... (more)
Your Next Move During an IT Postmortem Review Can a postmortem review help foster a curiosity for innovative possibilities to make application performance better? Blue-sky thinkers may not want to deal with the myriad of details on how to manage the events being generated operat... (more)
The Internet of Things Is Not Just Another Subscription Service | Part 1 Companies that until recently had never heard of the Internet of things (IoT) are now excited to find that they've been IoT players all along. Businesses involved in home automation, security services, vehicl... (more)
The Transformation of GE General Electric (GE) has been a household name for more than a century, thanks in large part to its role in making households easier to run. Starting with the light bulb invented by its founder, Thomas Edison, GE has been selling devices ("things") to c... (more)
Looking to ease application development and deployment and also retain the maximum flexibility in terms of deployment location? If you work in technology, you'd have to have been under a rock to have not heard about Docker. In a nutshell, Docker provides a lightweight container ... (more)
I just read through "The New Kingmakers," a thought-provoking book by Stephen O'Grady of the small, but influential, analyst firm Redmonk. The thesis of the book is straightforward: technology changes have moved developers, previously of little importance within the world of IT, ... (more)
At the time when we were looking for a monitoring solution (2006-2007) APM as we know it today had yet to be defined. There was no Gartner MQ, real-user-monitoring (RUM) was too high level, “agent monitoring” brought concerns of overhead and complexity, instrumenting the applica... (more)
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