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Significant Software Development Developments of 2013

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At the end of each calendar year, I like to summarize some of the most significant developments in the software development industry that happened during the year that is ending. The choice of these is entirely subjective and obviously colored by my own experience, background, perceptions, and preferences. Not worrying about the opinionated content of such a post, I now ...

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Apache Karaf meets Apache HBase

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Introduction Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, column-oriented store modeled after Google’s Bigtable. If you are a regular reader most probably you already know what Apache Karaf is, but for those who are not: Apache Karaf is an OSGi runtime that runs on top of any OSGi framework and provides you a set of services, a powerful provisioning concept, an extensible ...

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Big Data Open Source Security

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In security there has never (IMHO) been enough open source solutions and Bruce Schneier has written about this several times in the past, and there’s no need to rewrite the arguments again. Now with “NoSQL” and “Big Data” Open Source trends in the market place Security finally has an intersection… a union if I may where new solutions to solve ...

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What is Big Data – Theory to Implementation

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What is Big Data? You may ask; and more importantly why it is the latest trend in nearly every business domain? Is it just a hype or its here to stay? As a matter of fact “Big Data” is a pretty straightforward term – its just what its says – a very large data-set. How large? The exact answer is ...

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Google Guava BloomFilter

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When the Guava project released version 11.0, one of the new additions was the BloomFilter class. A BloomFilter is a unique data-structure used to indicate if an element is contained in a set. What makes a BloomFilter interesting is it will indicate if an element is absolutely not contained, or may be contained in a set. This property of never ...

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Google Services Authentication in App Engine, Part 1

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This post will illustrate how to build a simple Google App Engine (GAE) Java application that authenticates against Google as well as leverages Google’s OAuth for authorizing access to Google’s API services such as Google Docs. In addition, building on some of the examples already provided by Google, it will also illustrate how to persist data using the App Engine ...

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Rapid Cloud Development with Spring Roo – Part 2: VMware Cloud Foundry

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Spring Roo is a tool to offer rapid application development on the Java platform. I already explained when to use it: http://www.kai-waehner.de/blog/2011/04/05/when-to-use-spring-roo. Spring Roo supports two solutions for Cloud Computing at the moment: Google App Engine (GAE) and VMware Cloud Foundry. Both provide the Platform as a Service (PaaS) concept. This article will discuss the Cloud Foundry support of Spring ...

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Rapid Cloud Development with Spring Roo – Part 1: Google App Engine (GAE)

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Spring Roo is a tool to offer rapid application development on the Java platform. I already explained when to use it: http://www.kai-waehner.de/blog/2011/04/05/when-to-use-spring-roo. Spring Roo supports two solutions for Cloud Computing at the moment: Google App Engine (GAE) and VMware Cloud Foundry. Both provide the Platform as a Service (PaaS) concept. This article will discuss the GAE support of Spring Roo. ...

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The Future of NoSQL with Java EE

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I’ve been following the recent NoSQL momentum since some time now and it seems as if this buzzword also is drawing some kind of attention in the enterprise java world. Namely EclipseLink 2.4 started supporting MongoDB and Oracle NoSQL. Having EclipseLink as the JPA reference implementation you might wonder what this means for Java EE 7. A short side-note here: ...

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A SMALL cross-section of BIG Data

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Big data is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Big data sizes are a constantly moving target currently ranging from a few dozen terabytes to many petabytes of data in a single data set. IDC estimated the ...

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