• submit to reddit
Mehdi Daoudi07/16/12
6977 views
0 replies

Taking Your Web Performance's Temperature Using a Heat Map

In this Heat Map example, web site’s Performance data is overlay with color, where red means “slowest” and green means “fastest” (with various color grades in between).

Istvan Szegedi07/16/12
4485 views
0 replies

Using AWS Elastic MapReduce Results with Mobile BI Analytics

So far we covered server-side/cloud components – how to process data with MapReduce running in the cloud or on our own Hadoop cluster. This time it is about client-side.

Karthikeyan Kan...07/16/12
7738 views
0 replies

HTTPS (SSL) : in Tomcat / Jetty / Jboss

In my earlier days of development, whenever I saw "https:// " in my web browser, I thought creating one such connection in my own app was rocket science. But a number of years later, when I started digging, I saw how simple it was.

Brian Gracely07/16/12
2669 views
0 replies

Fifty Shades of RidiCulLUS Cloud

Brian talks with a panel of experts from Cisco, EMC, Nexus, NetApp, and WWT to talk about the upcoming Cisco Live 2012 event in San Diego.

Chris Haddad07/16/12
2537 views
0 replies

WSO2 on Moving eGovernment to the Cloud

For any Government organization needing to do more with less, eGovernment is the answer.

Jez Humble07/15/12
10438 views
0 replies

Continuous Deployment and PCI-DSS at Etsy

At DevOpsDays Mountain View I was lucky enough to get some time with Michael Rembetsy, Director of Engineering and Operations at Etsy, which manages to be PCI-DSS compliant while practicing continuous deployment. In this short interview, he describes how they do it.

Anders Abel07/15/12
7530 views
0 replies

What Operations REALLY Thinks of Development

1. They don’t understand deployment. 2. What they do is unqualified compared to what we do. 3. How hard is it really to build a proper backup solution? 4. Just get those firewall rules right!

Henri Bergius07/15/12
10854 views
0 replies

Confessions of a Meego Fanboy

For a while I've been planning to record my own experiences of the mobile revolution through the lense of the Maemo mobile Linux ecosystem. This is much in the same spirit as Texrat's excellent piece. Today's news made this even more urgent, and so here it is.

Ricardo Zuasti07/15/12
5520 views
0 replies

Web Development Frameworks – Part 4 : Django

Django was created by the folks at the Lawrence Journal-World and released to the public in 2005. It’s very active and with a strong group of followers, the framework is currently in it’s 1.4 incarnation, and the last release was done in March/2012.

Dan Haywood07/15/12
2364 views
0 replies

Apache Isis and RDF – Could be…

An interesting question came in on the Apache Isis mailing list, regarding Isis and its support for building apps that interact with RDF and semantic web technologies:

Axel Rauschmayer07/15/12
4075 views
0 replies

Programming: Initially a Female Profession

In the 1940s, the first computer programmers were all women. That only changed later and now, like anything else, it is continuing to evolve.

Eric Genesky07/15/12
3170 views
0 replies

Regarding Rolling Upgrades to Neo4j 1.8 M6

Neo4j 1.8 Milestone 6 covers all major improvements of the 1.8 roadmap. Among the usual tweaks and updates, this milestone provides a welcome feature for operations engineers – rolling upgrades across a cluster.

Krishna Kumar07/15/12
1941 views
0 replies

The Pokayoke Software Development Guide

Aaron Swartz has written up a guide for software development from idea to launch. He calls it “The Pokayoke Guide to Developing Software”. I was unfamiliar with the word “Pokayoke”, but it means mistake-proofing, i.e., “eliminate product defects by preventing, correcting, or drawing attention to human errors as they occur”.

Swathi Venkatachala07/15/12
6578 views
0 replies

An Introduction to Apache Bigtop / Installing Hive, HBase, and Pig

An illustrated guide to getting the listed services working on Hadoop; includes a link to a previous post that describes how to get Hadoop up and running.

Pavithra Gunasekara07/15/12
14782 views
1 replies

Apache Thrift with Java Quickstart

Apache Thrift is a RPC framework founded by facebook and now it is an Apache project. Thrift lets you define data types and service interfaces in a language neutral definition file.