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The design behind an equally clean and intuitive REST + JSON API is no easy feat.
One of Hadoops major pain points gets tackled head on, thanks to a new open source authorisation framework from Cloudera.
Bit9 say Java is the most exploited endpoint technology for a reason – with IT admins essentially lied to for the past 15 years.
From March’s issue of JAX Magazine, DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth discusses Apache Cassandra, MongoDB market share and why NoSQL no longer means ‘no security’.
JAXenter Editor Chris Mayer sat down with Les Hazlewood, co-founder and CTO of Stormpath, a firm who create user management and authentication systems for developers. We asked the Apache Shiro creator just why security is such a big problem for Java engineers and beyond.
Javas steward reveal extra practices to rid the platform of vulnerabilities including extra security fixes, enterprise controls and server side reductions
Finally Oracle have bowed to growing pressure and come up with a quick-fix to the security problems besieging Java.
Delay allows Chief Architect to squeeze in additional features – one of which may get Java into the iOS App Store.
Its official. Mark Reinhold, the Java platforms Chief Architect, has announced that JDK 8 will arrive 18 March 2014.
Need to patch emergency client-side vulnerabilities has left Project Lambda out in the lurch, says Java chief architect.
Next weeks update will warn users when running unsigned code: Oracle recommends shelling out for a certificate.
Commercial distribution of Apache Cassandra jumps final hurdle to enterprise adoption in 3.0 release, says CEO.
A high-profile new search feature on GitHub has been plagued by technical and security problems.