51 holes plugged in latest Java security update

All but one remotely exploitable without authentication

51 holes plugged in latest Java security update

Massive patch is first of new quarterly update schedule, but security researchers say it’s still not enough.

Modern Web with Vaadin 7 and JavaScript

Client and server-side in harmony

Modern Web with Vaadin 7 and JavaScript

Vaadin’s Tapio Aali shows us how to get the most out of the Java-friendly web framework, with a bit of jQuery and JavaScript thrown in.

Hadoop 2 is GA: the elephant returns with added YARN

The head of the herd

Hadoop 2 is GA: the elephant returns with added YARN

The souped up next generation version of the data processing program has just been declared stable and ready to go on general release.

Cisco: 69% of all workloads will be in the cloud by 2017

Lofty figures

Cisco: 69% of all workloads will be in the cloud by 2017

The latest Cisco Global Cloud Index claims a 4.5 fold increase in global cloud traffic between 2012 and 2017.

Oracle delivers a contradictory verdict on open-source

Big guns behaving badly

Oracle delivers a contradictory verdict on open-source

According to the software giant, no open-source is good enough for the US Department of Defense- unless it comes from Oracle, of course.

Integrating Bean Validation with JAX-RS

Magic beans

Integrating Bean Validation with JAX-RS

Samuel Santos takes a look at one of the most rapidly changing APIs in the enterprise version of Java – JAX-RS.

Groovy makes debut entry into programming language top twenty

Yeah baby

Groovy makes debut entry into programming language top twenty

Java compatible upstart makes its way into top of list of most searched for languages online for the first time.

Why Riak was the best candidate for knocking Angry Birds into order

Wheeeeeee!

Why Riak was the best candidate for knocking Angry Birds into order

JAXenter talks to Finnish games giant Rovio to find out why it chose to employ Basho’s scalable, open source NoSQL database.

UK pins hopes on OSS to avoid Healthcare.gov’s sick site syndrome

Just a spoonful of sugar...

UK pins hopes on OSS to avoid Healthcare.gov’s sick site syndrome

A tale of two governments: UK healthcare tech system reforms highlight where America went wrong.

 Waratek aims to slash Java infrastructure costs with nifty new app

Rest easy

Waratek aims to slash Java infrastructure costs with nifty new app

With launch of jSleep, Java virtualization company claims big cost reductions for large enterprise.

GNU Make 4.0 adds Guile & output-sync, breaks fewer things

Go on, make my day

GNU Make 4.0 adds Guile & output-sync, breaks fewer things

Can the ubiquitous compiling tool’s first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?

Chewing the Eucalyptus with Mårten Mickos

All about the API

Chewing the Eucalyptus with Mårten Mickos

As the OpenStack community vociferously debate whether to embrace the AWS API, we speak to the ex-MySQL CEO about his cloud infrastructure company which does just that.

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