Sep 26

“Distributed caching technologies have now been around for more than ten years. Their capabilities have grown and matured over the years, and so have the users and their use cases. This presentation will look at how the use of data grids have evolved from distributed caching to doing highly sophisticated distributed computing today.
The audience will learn how new capabilities has changed how data grids are being used from an architectural point of view and also how it helps solve new problems like running applications across multiple datacenters, sharing data across multiple platforms and making applications ready for the cloud.”

Wyświetlenia :20732

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags:

Sep 26

“Problem
Enterprise search can grow big, really big! And growing. Tens, yes hundreds of servers may be involved, locally or in the cloud. Managing this has been complex and time consuming – until now :)
SolrCloud to the rescue
Using the world’s most popular Open Source search engine, Apache Solr™, we will show you how the new upcoming version 4.0 makes scaling search in the cloud really simple and robust. A new feature called SolrCloud adds centralized configuration, distributed indexing & searching, automatic failover, recovery and leader election. Scaling is now as simple as adding a new server to your cluster and it will find its role where it is most needed and start serving searches.”

Wyświetlenia :21109

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , ,

Sep 25

“When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process that makes sure that the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every commit that you check into the trunk. Continuous delivery describes how this process can be made fully automated and transparent and we will show you how your commits can be “fedexed” to production on application servers like JBoss, Tomcat, Weblogic and others with the help from Jenkins and LiveRebel.
The main idea of continuous delivery is the deployment pipeline. Every commit that enters the pipeline should go through automated integration and testing and if successful, produce a release candidate. We will show how Jenkins can be used to orchestrate the process all the way to the staging environment.
Once we’re there, the most complicated phase begins. The release candidate needs to be deployed to production, without disrupting the users or introducing risks. LiveRebel makes production updates quick, automated, non-disruptive and reversible. It finishes the job and delivers the updated version right into the users hands.
In this talk we will build a full clustered environment and a deployment pipeline so that commits into the trunk would update a live chat server while you keep on chatting.”

Wyświetlenia :20997

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: ,

Sep 25

“Caches are used in many layers of applications that we develop today, holding data inside or outside of your runtime environment, or even distributed across multiple platforms in data fabrics. However, considerable performance gains can often be realized by configuring the deployment platform/environment and coding your application to take advantage of the properties of CPU caches.
In this talk, we will explore what CPU caches are, how they work and how to measure your JVM-based application data usage to utilize them for maximum efficiency. We will discuss the future of CPU caches in a many-core world, as well as advancements that will soon arrive such as HP’s Memristor.”

Wyświetlenia :20915

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , ,

Sep 25

“The increasing demand for real-time monitoring and decision making requires event sourcing and complex event processing (CEP) architectures, frameworks and tools.
In this presentation Peter will introduce you to the concept complex event processing and event stream analysis, the typical use cases, a comparison of a couple of open source frameworks and a comprehensive overview of Esper and how Extenda has used it.”

Wyświetlenia :20693

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: ,

Sep 24

“Big Data is a fast growing trend in enterprise applications that comes with a novel promise compare to past technological revolutions: being able to retrieve and manipulate as much data as necessary to bring up new use cases or to improve the user experience. This is made possible thanks to a set of new technologies and databases that are designed to handle any scale.
This presentation will use one of them, Cassandra, to implement several use cases that follow the big data approach described previously: real-time analytic, storing a click stream or a news feed, and more…”

Wyświetlenia :20780

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , ,

Sep 24

“The PRD for Java 7 had almost 2000 changes. This talk is on 55 new features in Java 7 you (probably) didn’t hear about in an ignite format of one per minute. No stopping, no going back….Questions, sure but only if time remains (otherwise save for later).”

Wyświetlenia :20921

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: ,

Sep 24

Java EE Security in practice with Java EE 6 and GlassFish from JavaZone on Vimeo.

“The hottest topic for Enterprise Java applications out there is security. It has so many different aspects and this session is going to cover the basics which are used ootb from the example application. Going further down to the OWASP Top 10 about application security and also shows how and where to integrate solutions for that.”

Wyświetlenia :20874

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , , ,

Sep 24

“Heroku is a Polyglot Cloud Application Platform that makes it easy to deploy Java, Play! and Scala apps on the cloud. Deployment is as simple as doing a “git push”. This session will teach you how to deploy and scale Java, Play! and Scala apps on Heroku.”

Wyświetlenia :20853

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , , ,

Sep 24

“Now that Git has been in the wild for several years, leading edge developers and projects are considering it their primary source code control tool of choice. Distributed version control systems have so much to offer, but are you using Git and its DVCS capabilities to their fullest? This talk assumes a working basic knowledge of Git and, quicly progressing from from there, explores some of the intermediate to advanced uses of this unique version control tool. We will work through examples of powerful features including interactive rebase, rebase-on-pull, external diff tools, rerere, advanced logging features, the RefLog, and the reset command.”

Wyświetlenia :20835

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: ,

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