Java IoT

In Defense of Java By Kevin Goldberg So we have an eBook, The Top 10 Java Performance Problems, that we tweet out from time to time. Without exception, a few people reply with some version of “the problem is you’re using Java.” Java, apparently, is constantly criticized, and peo... (more)
How to Ensure the Quality of Your Microservices Architecture with Peer Code Reviews by Janet Wagner Over the past few years, a growing number of companies have made the move from a monolithic to microservices architecture. The list of companies that have made the switch include: ... (more)
goTransverse has been listed among the top-rated cloud-based agile monetization platforms in the latest MGI 360™ Market Ratings Report. The 2016 ranking represents a 36 percent increase in the rating for goTransverse's flagship Consumption-to-Cash™ platform, TRACT®, since MGI R... (more)
ROKITT Inc., has developed a number of products in its technology lab since its inception in 2014. After a year of innovating and developing in an incubator environment, ROKITT is announcing the launch of its data product, ROKITT Astra. "Through complex algos we developed, ROKIT... (more)
The rise of cloud, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications is spurring the implementation of microservices that are easy to share, modify and maintain. To facilitate the creation of microservices based on Java, WSO2 today introduced WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java ... (more)
In any component-based framework you’ll need to implement component communications. The main principle is that components should be loosely coupled hence reusable hence testable. The mediator design pattern allows you to arrange component communications via “the man in the middle... (more)
Snowflake Computing has announced a technology and go-to-market partnership with Looker, the business intelligence platform for data-driven companies, to leverage the cloud and bring powerful, self-service analytic insights at any scale to customers without the complexity and inf... (more)
DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo 2014 Silicon Valley was a terrific event for us. The Qubell booth was crowded on all three days. We ran demos every 30 minutes with folks lining up to get a seat and usually standing around. It was great to meet and talk to over 500 people! My keynote... (more)
How Developers and Testers Can Work Together to Overcome the Challenge of Object Recognition By Justin Rohrman Webpages are fickle. Right when I think I know where everything is a label changes, a button is moved a couple of pixels to somewhere completely different in the page. F... (more)
The Nerdery has launched a new website. This time The Nerdery created a website and revealed a brand evolution, as their own client. The Nerdery's brand evolution includes a refined logo and heightened focus on the core services of mobile applications, web applications, websites, ... (more)
If your website receives heavy traffic and you are hosted across multiple infrastructures across the world or you are using multiple CDNs, then you ought to use a DNS Load Balancer to reroute traffic for better performance. While there are some large companies who create their own... (more)
Over the last few weeks I was fortunate to meet a large number of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) at two separate industry events in Toronto. At both these events, focused on MSPs, and through all my conversations, one thing that resonated throughout was the dire state in which ... (more)
If you work in IT, you're likely bombarded with vendor messaging about the cloud. Yes, understanding the cloud is a requirement for all technology professionals, but it may seem that the cloud is all anyone is talking about these days. And right or wrong, many IT departments are ... (more)
Lots of things are happening there. As of today it’s the liveliest software ecosystem. The last time I’ve seen such an interesting gathering was 15 years ago in Java. The Past Fifteen years ago Java developers were looking down on the JavaScript folks. It was assumed that JavaSc... (more)
There are many challenges involved in architecting a resilient, scalable storage infrastructure for the next generation of hyper-scale modern data centers. In our previous blog post, we covered how to build a disaggregated storage model out of commodity hardware for lowest Total... (more)
The companies that are succeeding with their use of public cloud services are sharing similar stories online and at industry conferences about what they consider to be the leading drivers of their progress. These are usually in the form of bold, strategic decisions that demonstra... (more)
SYS-CON Events announced today that IBM Cloud Data Services has been named "Bronze Sponsor" of SYS-CON's 18th Cloud Expo, which will take place on June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. IBM has announced a broad expansion of its Cloud Data Services portfolio wi... (more)
SYS-CON Events announced today that Fusion, a leading provider of cloud services, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 18th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. Fusion has announced that an East Coast affiliate of a ma... (more)
The business dictionary defines efficiency as the comparison of what is actually produced or performed with what can be achieved with the same consumption of resources (money, time, labor, design, etc.). Example being: The designers needed to revise the product specifications as ... (more)
Back in October, my son’s robotics team said “Hey! You work for a software company, can you build us an application that will help us with scouting and competitions?” Foolishly, ego stepped in before a careful outsourced review of my existing skills could take place, so I said “S... (more)
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