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Paul Reed09/02/14
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Making Monitoring Work For You

Monitoring is a big part of DevOps, but what’s the best way to get started? Infrastructure monitoring? Application monitoring? What should you monitor? Where should that data go? How can you turn data into information and monitoring into alerts? What about alert fatigue and humane monitoring?

Jim Bird09/02/14
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10 Things to Make Your App Secure: #1 Parameterize Database Queries

Let’s start with #1 on the list, the simplest, but one of the most important things that you can do to secure your application: Parameterize Database Queries. One of the most dangerous and most common attacks on online applications is SQL Injection.

Peter Zaitsev09/02/14
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OpenStack Trove: The Benefits of this Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)

In a previous post, my colleague Dimitri Vanoverbeke discussed at a high level the concepts of database as a service (DBaaS), OpenStack and OpenStack’s implementation of a DBaaS, Trove. Today I’d like to delve a bit further into Trove and discuss where it fits in, and who benefits.

Markus Eisele09/02/14
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Bootstrapping Apache Camel in Java EE7 with WildFly 8

Since Camel version 2.10 there is support for CDI (JSR-299) and DI (JSR-330). This offers new opportunities to develop and deploy Apache Camel projects in Java EE containers but also in standalone Java SE or CDI containers. Time to try it out and get familiar with it.

Ajitesh Kumar09/02/14
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Android Development: How to Set Up Your Mobile Device for Testing

This article presents a quick tip on how to have your android app (developed using Android IDEs such as Eclipse or Titanium-based IDE) installed on your mobile device and have them tested right from your mobile device rather than from an emulator.

Raymond Camden09/02/14
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How to Keep Your DOM from Shifting Around

Keep your DOM from shifting around... the problem is that the user may have been just about to click on a button, link, or whatever, and finds that their click action has done nothing. Or worse - has activated another action that they didn't want.

Phil Whelan09/02/14
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Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting - 2014 August

Michael Maximilien ("Max") kicked off this month’s Cloud Foundry Community Advisory Board meeting with reflection of the 3 releases of Cloud Foundry that have occurred since last month's meeting - v178, v179 and v180.

Reza Rahman09/02/14
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Using the Java SE 8 Date Time API with JPA 2.1

Most of you are hopefully aware of the new Date Time API included in Java SE 8. If you are not, you should check them out right now using the Java Tutorial Trail dedicated to the topic. It is a significantly leap forward in processing temporal data in Java.

Don Pinto09/02/14
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Updates to Couchbase Mobile with 1.0.2

We've been make gradual pushes of bug fixes and performance optimizations to the public. Our latest efforts in addressing the feedback we received for 1.0.0 was made this week with the release of 1.0.2 packages for Couchbase Lite iOS and Android, as well as a 1.0.2 release for the Sync Gateway.

Moshe Kaplan09/02/14
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MySQL Installation on Ubuntu

It seems that MySQL was created to be installed on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora... but what if you are actually using Ubuntu? Well, this is the purpose of the following tutorial

Chris Odell09/01/14
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No Script: The Conflict In Design

I have a question for you. When you design the front page for a business or the UI for a web application do you think about how to represent the functionality with JavaScript first or without?

Alec Noller09/01/14
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iOS First, Android Later (or Never)

You don't generally hear that you should develop for Android first, but even if you go iOS first, Android comes second. That's the traditional wisdom, anyways. According to Semil Shah on Haywire, though, "iOS first" is an understatement. It should be iOS first, and Android in the distant future, if at all.

Nicolas Frankel09/01/14
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Using exceptions when designing an API

Many knows the tradeoff of using exceptions while designing an application: On one hand, using try-catch block nicely segregates between regular code and exception handling code On the other hand, using exceptions has a definite performance cost for the JVM. This week has proved to me that exception handling in designing an API is a very serious decision.

Anh Tuan Nguyen09/01/14
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How to Build the Distributed Crawling System

Around 3 months ago, I posted an article explaining our approach to build Cloud Application. From this article, I will gradually share our practical design to solve this challenge. As mentioned before, our final goal is to build a Saas big data analysis application, which will deployed in AWS servers.

Markus Eisele09/01/14
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Everything Developers Need To Know About xPaaS

A very tiny little overview to get you up to speed. To make it simple, JBoss xPaaS services is another name for having all the powerful capabilities of JBoss Middleware available as a cloud based services, ready for use on OpenShift.