With the recent release of SOA Suite 12c, it seems appropriate to give a quick rundown of some of the new features and improvements made to it from the last release. For those of you who don’t know, SOA Suite is a software collection (or suite, if you prefer) that can be used together to realise a Service-Oriented Architecture.
In this blog we will show you step-by-step how to
use PHP memcached support, combined with our new library to store PHP sessions
directly in Oracle Coherence using the memcached protocol.
In this blog we will show you step-by-step how to use PHP memcached support, combined with our new library to store PHP sessions directly in Oracle...
A good clean application design requires discipline in keeping things DRY:Everything has to be done once.Having to do it twice is a coincidence.Having to do it three times is a pattern.— An unknown wise manNow, if you’re following the Xtreme Programming rules, you know what needs to be done, when you encounter a pattern:
This article illustrates the general time - memory tradeoff with the example of different hash table implementations in Java. The more memory a hash table takes, the faster each operation (e. g. getting a value by key or putting an entry) is performed. Benchmarking method
Hash maps with int keys and int values were tested. Memory measure is relative usage over theoretical minimum. For example,...
We heard some interesting news regarding SQL and Big Data earlier this month, and now there's more: Oracle Big Data SQL. Even if that incredibly creative name doesn't do it for you, it looks like it should be useful as a way to connect the various Big Data technologies you might be working with.
We heard some interesting news...
Accuracy helps us fix problems quickly. But it’s definitely not so easy to come by, because it depends very much on the tested code. However, using the combination of the methods I suggested, and making use of working to test to refactor and simplifications, test accuracy is definitely within reach.
In this post we’ll uncover a sequence identifier generator combining identifier assignment efficiency and interoperability with other external systems (concurrently accessing the underlying database system).Traditionally there have been two sequence identifier strategies to choose from.
In this post we’ll uncover a sequence...
JAX-RS is awesome to say the least and one of my favorites! Why?Feature richIntuitive (hence the learning curve is not as steep)Easy-to-use and develop withHas great RIs – Jersey, RestEasy etcThere are enough JAX-RS fans out there who can add to this! ;-)
JAX-RS is awesome to say the least and one of my...
I am a statistician, but I have worked in a department of predominantly econometricians for the past 17 years. It is a little like an Australian visiting the United States. Initially, it seems that we talk the same language, do the same sorts of things, and have a very similar culture. But the longer you stay there, the more you...
Whenever a new networking platform is evaluated, one of the early sales calls includes a packet walkthrough. In excruciating detail, someone walks the customer through the path a packet takes from ingress port, through the device, across the switching or routing ASIC, and back down to the egress port. The technical deep dive frequently includes internals that even the vendor engineers are not all...
I admit: I love command line interfaces. Because that gives me
usually much more control than any GUI (Graphical User Interface). I
like the fact that they have put a UART interface on the RIoT board:
The RIoT board comes with a 3-pin header (Tx, Rx and GND) which gives a console/UART connection to the board. Any kind of...
Build team interest and passion in DevOps by promoting four DevOps themes:
What solution or best practices do you see solving balkanized, silo development tooling, fractured governance, disconnected workflow, and incomplete status reporting when working with distributed outsourced teams or across internal teams?
Rob Napier knows quite a bit about Objective-C, but as evidenced by this recent post, he doesn't know Swift. And more importantly, according to Napier, neither does anybody else - not even Apple.
Rob Napier knows quite a bit about Objective-C, but he doesn't know Swift. And more importantly, according to Napier, neither does...
Jelastic CEO, John Derrick is a featured panelist in a webinar on July 22nd at 5:00:00 PM UTC.Open
source platforms such as OpenStack, OpenShift, and Cloud Foundry have
emerged as the best and brightest platforms for networking, data
storage, compute horsepower, and secure distributed infrastructure needs
of enterprises big and small. These tools provide tremendous
You have unexplained production issues from time to time. The business is impacted and the management briefs down your neck while the pieces of the puzzle are collected. There is no way to recreate this on QA set-up. The issue is lurking there for quite a while and becoming more and more frequent. Sounds scarily familiar?
IntroductionThis article will look at
building Glassfish 4.0.1 from source and configuring NetBeans 8.0 to then use,
modify, and debug it. While GlassFish can be downloaded ready for use, even
coming bundled with NetBeans, there will be some among us who need (or just
want) to build it from scratch. This build was conducted using a 64bit Linux
Distro, JDK 1.7.0_55, Maven 3.2.1, and SVN...
Originally by Vadim Tkachenko In my recent post, “TokuDB gotchas: slow INFORMATION_SCHEMA TABLES,”
I saw a couple questions and tweets asking if we use TokuDB in
production. Actually I mentioned it in that post and we also blogged
about it in a couple of other recent posts:
In my recent post, “TokuDB gotchas: slow...
Originally by Todd Greenstein
Indexes in Couchbase are a flexible means of performing back end processing. When utilizing indexes it's possible to create decision tree type aggregations and selectivity functionality, such as those found in an inventory control system.