Even the simplest software can sometimes tangle up into spaghetti code and become a nightmare to navigate, especially in legacy systems. In this article, view some bad code from an application’s business layer and how to fix it with better design practices. Take care of nightmare code before it becomes too much to handle with these small improvements.
What is the current state of machine learning and data science in enterprises? For the second year in a row, Algorithmia have published their State of Enterprise Machine Learning report. It shows the top machine learning use cases in enterprises and what trends to look out for in the future.
With a new approach to production support, MongoDB is giving frugal community edition users a taste of the enterprise experience
After three years of heavy tinkering, JBoss feel the time is right to unleash their embeddable SOA runtime project to the masses.
In this code-rich session from JAXConf 2013, aimed at architects and developers, Mark Prichard of CloudBees will show how you can: 1) pass Amazon security credentials and configuration parameters to PaaS applications at run-time to provide customized environments 2) use JDBC and Amazon RDS (Relational Data Service) to provide resilient and performant relational data services 3) replace JMS queues and topics with Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) and SNS (Simple Notification Service) to develop cloud-based messaging applications 4) use Amazon’s SES (Simple Email Service) from Java applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
The browser testing specialists have enterprise environments in their sights with their newest management console
From March’s JAX Magazine, Black Ducks Dave Gruber explains everything you need to consider when fully embracing open source projects in the enterprise.
Platform as a Service has gained great popularity over the past two years. Many vendors have rewritten their middleware handbooks, and discarded existing investments in Java EE. With the rapid growth in interest around mobile, we’re starting to hear the same things: that existing middleware implementations and approaches are simply not right for the mobile developer. Red Hat’s Mark Little believes it’s risky to write off middleware in all this. In this session from JAX 2012, Little discusses the need for enterprise Java in both Cloud and Mobile. He also looks at how Java, the JVM and associated standards and communities need to evolve in order to better serve these two growing and important aspects in computing.
Well known for their Java enterprise service bus, MuleSoft now want to become the hub for the New Enterprise.
Finally a cloud platform home for the Java EE 6 Web Profile certified project. Jelastic swoop in to help.
Open source software has driven innovation and progress even in the face of an economic meltdown. Where do we go from here?
Red Hat’s Eric Schabell and Edson Tirelli offer some handy hints as how to get the most out of Red Hats JBoss Enterprise BRMS
Heroku changes their PaaS thinking – to include Java fully at an enterprise level. Can they make an impact?
In his presentation at JAXConf 2012, Eberhard Wolff of adesso discusses the impact of new platforms such as NoSQL, DevOps, and the cloud on the future of Enterprise Java. Java EE has long enjoyed broad support across the industry through companies like IBM, Oracle, and SAP, but Java developers need to be prepared to tackle the challenges and opportunities presented by new startup-fueled technologies. Image courtesy of iowa_spirit_walker on Flickr. Check out more JAXconf sessions and keynotes on Marakana