We now have the logs coming from CloudFront, Web/App and Search tier to the centralized log storage in Amazon S3. In this final post of this series, let's now see what are the options at storage level from cost point of view and what to do with mountains of logs.
Continuing with our intro to the newly anointed top-level project, Apache Isis, we now take a look at how to get started with Apache Isis running the Maven quickstart archetype. With it, you'll be able to generate your first Apache Isis application
This screencast demonstrates the use of the Jamod component for Apache Camel for monitoring the status of Modbus devices. It also demonstrates how quick and easy it is to provide loopback functionality to a Modbus device without making wiring changes.
It is common knowledge that Java optimizes the substring operation for the case where you generate a lot of substrings of the same source string. It does this by using the (value, offset, count) way of storing the information. See an example below:
It seems like we've been speculating for such a long time that Facebook would release its own smartphone. And while we're still waiting to see that after years of rumors, today it's a surprise to many that Mark Zuckerberg called a press conference today and introduced Graph Search.
Conventional test reports, generated by tools such as JUnit or TestNG, naturally focus on what tests have been executed, and whether they passed or failed. While this is certainly useful from a testing perspective, these reports are far from telling the whole picture.
For a PHP developer, asynchronicity is the most puzzling aspect of the Node.js runtime. It's simply a new way to write programs. And once you pass the first learning steps, event-driven programming opens a world of possibilities PHP programmers would never dream of. I'll try to explain you how it works, but first, let's talk about pasta.