Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Dan Delany goes hunting in the haystack with New Relic, and tells us why application performance management matters
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Already used by social networking giants Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, is Apache Giraph set to lead the charge for scalable social graphs?
The need for speed
New version of binary management tool scraps Jackrabbit storage engine and reaps massive rewards.
Which code is better-written: open source or proprietary? The answer depends on the size of the codebase, it seems.
Lighting the fuse
Torsten Mielke introduces some powerful OSGi and ESB concepts through the former FuseSource, now Red Hat led project
Thank god it's the...
Another irreverent look back at the week that was. Also featuring, sumo wrestlers and the NFL draft
No room here
With SpringSource and Cloud Foundry technologies finding a new home at Pivotal, Wavemaker is shown the door.
In the nick of time
Delay allows Chief Architect to squeeze in additional features - one of which may get Java into the iOS App Store.
NoSQL in the firing line
Every Hadoop vendor wants to be different. MapR opt for NoSQL approach to their special Hadoop sauce
Now you can believe the hype
Is OASIS's seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?
Break glass in case of server meltdown
Parent company of open-source NoSQL database to provide automated backups as competition heats up.
Out of the blocks
The first of the ‘beyond batch’ projects becomes available to the public, as Cloudera set Impala free.