Featuring exclusive interviews with JFrog, Vert.X, Docker, and more – get inside the minds of the top Java and open source movers and shakers in 2014.
Client-side tech undergoes tweaks to Remote Procedure Call mechanism and other improvements.
In this interview, filmed at JAX 2014, Martin Lippert outlines Flux (formerly known as ‘Flight’), the exciting new Eclipse venture aiming to bridge the gap between cloud and desktop bound IDEs.
As flagship product DataTorrent Real Time Streaming (RTS) goes live, we get the full story on the native Hadoop 2.0 application built to leverage YARN.
With a sleek and slimmed down admin console and host of bug fixes, latest update of application server ready to fly,
Why data relationships are critical to any successful database design.
Latest Neo Technology release comes packed with built-in ETL, making data import from relational databases and other data sources easier.
Spun-out Pivotal body gains momentum as big names put their support (and their cash) into the potential PaaS leader.
Fresh from announcing a $25m funding round this morning, the data analytics young guns take us on a tech deep dive and outline their semi-open approach.
Java may not have the “cool” clout of node.js – but, as Lukas Eder argues, it’s more important to think long-term, putting things like backwards-compatibility to the fore.
ZeroTurnaround report tallying the leading tools and technologies for the platform in 2014 indicates Java 8 a priority for majority, and rise of JVM languages in enterprise.