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Reza Shafii02/14/13
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Mule's Answer to SOA Security Challenges

Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) present unique security challenges due to loose service/application coupling and operations running across trust boundaries. The Mule ESB has special security extensions available through the Mule Enterprise Security package. This blog post will introduce the key components of that package.

Eric Minick02/14/13
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The ROI of Deployment Automation

If you follow my blog, you probably know that I think that continuous delivery and the broader category application deployment automation are pretty great.

John Cook02/14/13
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Offended by Conditional Certainty

It’s a simple rule of probability that if A makes B more likely, B makes A more likely. That is, if the conditional probability of A given B is larger than the probability of A alone, the the conditional probability of B given A is larger than the probability of B alone

Kris Buytaert02/14/13
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Love, MonitoringLove

Last year we were pretty negative about Monitoring, We shouted out that MonitoringSucked ... A year has passed and a lot has changed ... most importantly our new found love for monitoring, thanks to an inspirational Ignite talk by Ulf Manssonat devopsdays Rome.

Boris Lam02/14/13
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Sample Apps: Spring Data MongoDB and JSF Integration Tutorial (Part 2)

MongoDB is a open-source scalable, high-performance NoSQL database. It is a document-oriented Storage.

Jonathan Callahan02/14/13
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Best Best Practices Ever

Every once in a while I read something that is so insightful, so clearly written and so well documented that it enters my own personal pantheon of “Best Ever” documents.

Mitch Pronschinske02/14/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/14/13)

Obama signs a cyber security executive order and a Vagrant AWS provider appers. Plus MarkLogic gets a free license and we find out where the term 'Big Data' started.

Rob J Hyndman02/14/13
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Out-of-Sample One Step Forecasts

If you are using the fore­cast pack­age in R, it's eas­ily done with ETS and ARIMAmod­els. For example...

Steven Willmott02/14/13
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API Design & Development Guidelines – Selected Resources

We have decided to start compilation of what selected really cool and useful resources that will definitely help you design and develop great APIs. We’ll try to grow this list of resources regularly. Feel free to share with us some!

Krishna Prasad02/14/13
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SpringData-Hadoop: Jumpstart Hadoop with Spring

These days there are lot of hype around jargons like Hadoop, HBase, Hive, Pig and BigData. I was itching to learn what are these terms and how I can see them in the real world

Alex Holmes02/14/13
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Using sed to perform inline replacements of regex groups

I love tools like sed and awk - I use them every day, and only realize how much I rely on them when I’m forced to work on a machine that’s not running Unix. Today I want to look at a feature that is really useful when working with regular expressions in sed.

Dan Haywood02/14/13
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Apache Isis Core 1.1.0, Isis Shiro Security 1.1.0, Isis Wicket Viewer 1.1.0

A few days ago we (that is to say, the Apache Isis team) pushed out a new point release of Apache Isis Core (v1.1.0), along with two of its components

Geraint Jones02/14/13
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Spring JMS with ActiveMQ

The example below is the bar minimum needed to get up and running with transactions and message converters using ActiveMQ and Spring. It's very straightforward to use this queue with Spring.

Mario Sannum02/14/13
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Take a Chance and Develop Yourself

What makes a great developer? Is it using the correct programming language?

Hubert Klein Ikkink02/14/13
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Groovy Goodness: Apply Mixin to Object Instances

In Groovy we can add extra functionality to a class with so-called mixins.