I wrote another article outlining some best practices for building cloud based applications. You can read the article at http://www.devx.com/architect/Article/46602?trk=DXRSS_LATEST
I am writing this blog using my iPad and blogger is not iPad friendly
I wrote an article Java Cloud Development: What Developers Need to Know
at Developer.com. This provides an introduction to Cloud Computing from Java Developers perspective. You can read the article here.
The second edition of EJB 3 In Action
was announced recently. Ryan Cuprak joined as a new author of the book. Ryan and Reza are doing most of the work on the book. We have made a lot of changes in the content to include EJB 3.1 and other (more...)
I'll be speaking at a webinar Event Processing for Java Developers
arranged by Starview Technology, Inc tomorrow (Nov 9) at 10am PST. Register her
After working for about seven years shaping and evangelizing for a Java Application Server platform and J2EE, I decided to move on. For the last year or so I’ve been spending my energy shaping up the next-generation middleware platform for building, deploying, and managing event-processing applications.
Most vendors have focused (more...)
Oracle Technology Network published sample chapter SOA Management (Oracle Service Bus) of my Middleware Management
You can access the chapter at http://www.oracle.com/technology/books/pdfs/sample-soa-management.pdf
This book covers management of both Oracle Fusion Middleware (WebLogic/OC4J, SOA Suite, IDM, Coherence, Forms/Reports, etc. and non-Oracle Midddleware such as JBoss, Tomcat, Apache (more...)
There was an interesting blog from SAP CTO “Freedom of Java
”! He has a very absurd comparison of freeing Java from Sun/Oracle’s clout with falling of Berlin wall. Should we free Java from Sun? My answer is an emphatic No! I have been a Java enthusiast for about (more...)
I coauthored another book Middleware Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager
with Arvind Maheshwari. This covers managing both Oracle Fusion Middleware and non-Oracle Middleware such as IBM WebSphere, JBoss, Microsoft Middleware with Oracle Enterprise Manager.
I'm co-presenting with my co-author (EJB 3 In Action) Reza Rahman on JPA Application Tuning.
Here are details for the talk:
TS-3977 -Keeping a Relational Perspective for Optimizing the Java™ Persistence API
Thursday June 04 4:10 PM - 5:10 PM Hall E 134
If you are attending JavaOne this year, (more...)
I'm not a Quartz expert but I keep on getting emails with Quartz questions as one of my blog was published as a featured article at TheServerSide.com 4-5 years back. I got some questions on using Quartz on WebLogic Server recently. I modified the original example to run on (more...)
SOA World published an article on BPEL Management written by me with Arvind Maheshwari.
You can read the article: Managing Complexity with BPEL Management!
One of my friends commented: “Java is no longer cool! Not hot either! What is the current state of enterprise Java?”
First it was .Net and then came a bonanza of scripting languages such as Ruby. All these technologies were there to eclipse the popularity of Java and J2EE. (more...)
I got a question from a customer that he wants to use EJBContext from an EJB 3 Interceptor.
Yes, it’s very simple. Just inject the EJBContext into the interceptor using @Resource injection.
See the example code that uses methods of SessionContext as follows:
I’ve two sessions at Oracle Open World 2008, San Francisco. Here are my session details:
S298520 : Best Practices for Managing Your Oracle WebLogic Environment with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Track: Application Server and Transaction Processing
Room: Rm 2006
Start Time: 11:30
S298522 : Top Five Things DBAs Must (more...)
If you enjoy reading online then it's a good news for readers of EJB 3 in Action
. It is now available online at Safari