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Originally from December's JAX Magazine, we headed over to Basho’s London office to talk distributed databases, the rise of NoSQL and building bridges.
Set it free
The brains behind Artifactory have announced the full availability of their social home for binaries. Netflix, OpenJDK and Gradle are onboard - more to follow?
Back around the CAMPfire
Six months on, we catch up with the authors of CAMP, a cloud management API being drafted by Oracle, Red Hat and Rackspace
Crashing the BI party
They might be late to the dance, but Platfora's Hadoop-preaching BI solution looks to be worth the wait.
Adding fuel to the fire
Cloud company also scores PR coup as PayPal tentatively replace ? of VMware-based servers with OpenStack.
Almost a year since it entered the incubator, the cloud management platform graduates at Apache, ready to take on its main competitor.
Holding up your web app
We speak to the lead developer of Pedestal, a new open source project taking a fresh approach to Clojure web app development.
Johan Vos introduces us to the DataFX project, making JavaFX go beyond its regular functionality.
Using the force
Our weekly roundup of increasingly off-topic links, this week including emotional floating heads and drunkards.
The countdown has begun
Get your abstracts in for London’s premier Java conference - returning for its sixth installment - while you still can!
The data application framework, which builds on Hadoop, gets backing for enterprise version