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Chris Haddad10/06/14
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A Connected Retail World Requires Digital Transformation, APIs, and Platforms

WSO2 technology is solving the biggest challenges retail companies face in scaling their transaction volumes (billions per day), lowering security risk, enhancing customer experience, and enabling new digital commerce channels.

Nati Shalom10/06/14
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Aggregations in Distributed In-Memory Grids

Today we see more applications that are no longer built on relational databases but instead on distributed environments. This occurs because they need to be scalable, highly available and be able to provide high throughput and low latency that cannot be achieved with older relational databases.

Brian Gracely10/06/14
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The Cloudcast #164 - Full-Stack Real-Time Monitoring from the Cloud

Brian talks with Alexis Le-Quoc about managing and monitoring modern infrastructure and applications, in real-time, from the Cloud. They also talk about using tagging and timelines for team collaboration, and why Go and Docker are trends that professionals need to get onboard with now.

Andrew Gilmartin10/06/14
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Streaming content for non-media applications

You can improve your application's user-interface responsiveness by designing a better on-the-wire data format.

Keith Mayer10/06/14
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12 Steps to Build Highly Available Linux Servers in the Cloud on Microsoft Azure

Linux is certainly a first-class workload on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, and it's super-easy to get started with Linux + Azure to build a highly available and scalable solution in just a few minutes.

Denis Goodwin10/06/14
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Hypermedia and State Machines: RESTFest 2014

At RESTFest, in addition to voluntary extended talks, each attendee has a #FiveInFive slot (5 slides in 5 minutes). That means you get to hear from all the voices in the room, not just the most familiar voices in the API world.

John Georgiadis10/05/14
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A MongoDB-based JAAS plugin for Karaf and ActiveMQ

ActiveMQ supports pluggable JAAS modules that handle the authentication of incoming requests. ActiveMQ comes preloaded with a few JAAS modules, none of which supports MongoDB as the backend repository of the authentication data.

Franck Wolff10/05/14
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Beyond JSON: Introducing the Spearal Serialization Protocol

Spearal is a new, open-source, serialization protocol that aims to overcome the limitations of JSON. It targets - as a first step - HTML and native mobile applications connected to a Java backend.

Jayanga Dissanayake10/05/14
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Simple SecurePasswordVault in Java

There are some instances when you want to store your passwords in files to be used by programs or scripts. But storing your passwords in plain text is not a good idea. Use the SecurePasswordVault to encrypt your passwords before storing and get it decrypted when you want to use it.

Benjamin Ball10/05/14
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The Best of the Week (Sept 26): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Sept 26 to Oct 2). This week's topics include RabbitMQ and Spring Framework, REST services with Spring Security, developing Apache Camel services, and Spring services.

Alec Noller10/05/14
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The Best of the Week (Sep. 26): IoT Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the IoT Zone. This week's best include some tips for getting started with IoT and Java, a look at IoT applications beyond appliances, the disappointing reality of the "rise of the machines," and more.

Benjamin Ball10/05/14
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The Best of the Week (Sept 26): Cloud Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Sept 26 to Oct 2). This week's topics include the shellshock bash bug, managing and building SaaS services, horizontally-scaled apps, Docker and Kubernetes on CloudStack, and PaaS standards and open source.

Roman Belkin10/03/14
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Oracle vs Teradata vs Hadoop for Big Data

This article aims to big and very big data-warehouse, but for plain picture small one will be mention a little.

Alec Noller10/03/14
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ARM mbed: An OS, Server, and Tools to Connect Everything

On Wednesday, ARM announced mbed, a new Internet of Things platform centered on ARM's free mbed OS and Cortex M7 processor. In particular, ARM points to three aspects of the mbed project: mbed OS, mbed Device Server, and mbed Tools.

Mike Bushong10/03/14
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Datacenter Resource Fragmentation

As datacenters grow, application resources will become fragmented. The question is not whether you will have to deal with this but rather how quickly your infrastructure can adapt. But what does resource fragmentation look like in the datacenter? And more importantly, what is the remediation?