For the past couple of decades, Java programmers have been building vast numbers of web apps generating petabytes of log data.
A la node
Why do traditional cache semantics sometimes struggles to scale, and what can we do about it?
Hold the chuckles
The Register claims that the San Francisco giant is about to attack enterprise market gap by establishing a NoSQL standards body. And it might not be such a crazy idea.
What makes Play so special? In the first of a two part series, find out how you can tap into the latest trends with this innovative framework.
Seal learns new trick
MariaDB 10 is now GA, complete with “Connect engine” for easy data wrangling from both traditional SQL databases and sharding functionalities.
Giving it some welly
As part of the Eclipse Tool project, Oomph could provide a welcome boost to Eclipse IDE user experience.
Building an IoT Babel
Not for profit corporate group joins Eclipse and M2M Alliance in fight to accelerate development of a safe and organized Internet of Things.
Horton hears Wall Street calling
Apache Hadoop solutions specialist receives cash boost to put towards “aggressive” march towards HortonWorks IPO.
JAX is returning to London for 2014 in October - and we’re looking for high calibre Java and JVM experts to step forth and share their knowledge.
With new Verizon Ventures led cash injection, PaaS provider is well placed to become “go-to” guys for continuous delivery.
Geertjan Wielenga quizzes the authors of "NetBeans Platform for Beginners" about why they want to add to the Java desktop conversation at this stage in the game.
Even more like a boss
JBoss BPM Suite 6 aims to “empower” enterprise and IT users to better respond to demands of mission critical applications.
Embarcadero’s Mark Barringer discusses why ‘unstructured’ Big Data models aren’t as disorganised as you might think, and ways to reduce downtime in production systems.…
Not that kind of Shard
With TokuMX version 1.4, company is offering improved sharding that resolves the bottlenecks experienced by Mongo users.
Plugging the traffic drain
Commercial Apache Cassandra is here with souped up search capabilities, and a new solution to help with pesky attention deficit online customers.