One of the most depressing things in IT is our inability to learn. From the 'Oh look our massive waterfall project ran over budget' to the 'I really can't maintain the code we wrote that doesn't have a design or documentation' we do the same things as an industry over (more...)
Below are slide decks for open event held in Moscow Technology Center of Deutsche Bank.
Topic of event was garbage collection in JVM.
Part 1 by Alexey Ragozin
Part 2 by Alexander Ashitkin
When doing the Business Data Lake pieces it took me back to a view that I had around SOA in that you should take the consumers view when designing a service. This I think is more critical when looking at analytics and reporting where it really is all about the consumption.
Only two week after upgrading to Android 4.4
the next update was available:
And like all other minor upgrades: no information about the updates....
If you compare the information you notice the kernel upgrade from 3.1.10-gee1a0b2 to 3.1.10-g4776c86.
For a complete history of all updates visit this posting
My son (10) has been asking about VPNs a lot lately. Which I thought was because of all of the news lately about the NSA. I ended up showing him tunnel bear, which he quickly installed on his laptop and iPhone. I complimented my son for his interest in security (more...)
If you are running a Contao based website
and you want to add the Statcounter.com
snippet for statistics, there is no manual how to to this. I tried some different things, and this was my solution:
- Create a file name counter.html on your webserver on toplevel of the (more...)
While we’re certainly excited about the latest Coherence 12.1.0 release for Coherence 12.1.2 (including the new JVisualVM Plug-In), we’re not leaving the Coherence 3.7.1 developers out!
As part of our continued support for the Coherence Community we recently released Coherence Incubator 11.2. (more...)
On the back of the Oracle Tools 1.1.0 release, today we released an update to Coherence Incubator - Version 12.1.0. While the change history provides the low-level details, the exciting news is the introduction of the JVisualVM plugin for Oracle Coherence (supporting versions 3.5, (more...)
After some significant research and development we’ve finally released Oracle Tools 1.1.0. While a seemingly minor update (without breaking anything), it contains some nice improvements over Oracle Tools 1.0.0.
While the Issue Tracker (JIRA) and Change History outline all of the low-level details, in a nutshell (more...)
Today I was speaking on Coherence SIG event in London.
My topic was "Filtering 100M objects. What can go wrong?". It was a story of solving particular problem and obstacles we have encountered. One noticeable thing about this project - out team was using Performance Test Driven Development approach.
Over the years I've written quite a bit about how SOA, when viewed as a tool for Business Architecture, can change some of the cherished beliefs in IT. One of these was about how the Single Canonical Form was not for SOA and others have talked about how MDM and (more...)
After nearly everyone got the update, my device came up with this tiny icon:
And here we go:
If you follow the link
you will get the following information:
- KitKat 4.4: Smart, simple, and truly yours
- and several other enhancements of version 4.4
And here the system information after (more...)
So what is Big Data? Its Variety, Velocity, Volume right? But what does that really mean? Should I get loads of data and drop it into Hadoop, pull in anything I can lay my hands on and I'm now 'doing Big Data'?
Should I plug in my packet monitoring software (more...)
With all those services that are using Face Book as identity, I am starting to get suspicious about the value they get from it. Here is the claim (in french):
|What is advertised by the site|
And here is the disclaimer from Face Book:
|What Face Book is sharing|
Article on integration infra components published in OTech magazine
During Oracle Open World 2013 OTech magazine was launched. OTech is a new independent magazine for Oracle professionals. The magazine’s goal is to offer a clear perspective on Oracle technologies and the way they are put into action. As a trusted (more...)
Guardian was introduced in Oracle Coherence 3.5 as uniform and reliable mean to detect and report various stalls and hangs on data grid members. In addition to monitoring internal components of Coherence, Guardian has an API accessible for application developer.
While out-of-box Guardian does its job pretty well, there (more...)
Two years ago I have published cheat sheet for garbage collection options in HotSpot JVM.
Recently I decided give that work some refreshing and today I'm publishing first HostSpot JVM options ref card covering generic GC options and CMS tuning. (G1 have got a plenty of tuning options during last (more...)
Bill Gates laid into Mark Zuckerberg's vision of internet access being the most important thing in solving the world's ills and another article at The Register compared Silicon Valley to 'Sheldonville' which I really agree with. At the heart of lots of these 'visions' is an insular view of technology within (more...)
I was working on a few scripts to test out some of the new REST APIs in OpenAM 11. I saved them out to GitHub and you are welcome to have at them.
I thought it might also be cool to share some of the other Repo’s that are related (more...)