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Real-time Business Monitoring with Business iQ

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Want to learn how you will identify and fix code bottlenecks, memory leaks, slow database queries, infrastructure blockages, and zero in on third-party web services? Schedule a Live Demo of AppDynamics! Business iQ is the revolutionary new App iQ performance engine that enables business outcome monitoring in addition to your traditional application monitoring. AppDynamics’ unique and patented approach to application ...

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Inheriting Javadoc Method Comments

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Although the JDK Tools and Utilities pages for the javadoc tool describe the rules of Javadoc method comment reuse by implementing and inheriting methods, it is easy to unnecessarily explicitly describe comment inheritance with [email protected]} when it’s not really needed because the same comments would be implicitly inherited. The Java 8 javadoc tool page describes the rules of inherited method ...

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Hack Speedment into Your Own Personal Code Generator

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Speedment is an Open Source toolkit that can be used to generate Java entities and managers for communicating with a database. This is great if you need an Object Relational Mapping of the domain model, but in some cases, you might want to generate something completely different using your database as the template. In this article I am going to ...

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Recipe for getting started with Spring Boot and Angular 2

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I am primarily a service developer who has to create some passable UI’s once in a while. I was adept at basic AngularJS1 based UI’s and could get stuff done by using an approach that I have outlined before. With the advent of Angular 2 I had to unfortunately throw my previous approach out of the window and now have an approach ...

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Java Performance Monitoring: 5 Open Source Tools You Should Know

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Little known yet useful: The state of open source Application Performance Monitoring One of the most important things for any application is performance. We want to make sure the users are getting the best experience they can, and to know that our app is up and running. That’s why most of us use at least one monitoring tool. If you’re ...

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Building a horizontal JMS Bridge between two WildFly Servers using ActiveMQ Artemis

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Sometimes it’s necessary to connect different Message Brokers together. In Enterprise Messaging this scenario is known as Bridging. It can be done with JMS and different protocols like AMQP,  ActiveMQ Artemis core protocol. This blogpost focusses on Bridging with JMS and two Apache ActiveMQ Artemis Brokers running which are running in WildFly. What’s a JMS Bridge? JMS Bridges typically are ...

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What Is the Future of Data Warehousing?

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There is no denying it – we live in The Age of the Customer. Consumers all over the world are now digitally empowered, and they have the means to decide which businesses will succeed and grow, and which ones will fail. As a result, most savvy businesses now understand that they must be customer-obsessed to succeed. They must have up-to-the-second ...

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Keep Server IPs In Apps

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As a consequence of the Dyn attack many major websites were down, including twitter – the browsers could not resolve an IP address of the servers because the authoritative name server (Dyn) was down. Whether that could be addressed globally, I don’t know – there was an interesting discussion on reddit about my proposal to increase TTL – how the ...

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Understanding Connection Pooling

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1. Introduction Connection Pooling is a technique to boost application’s performance where N connections to the database are opened and managed in a pool. The application just asks for a connection, uses it and then drops it back to the pool. When the application demands for a connection, the ready connections are kept available to used in the pool. The pool manages ...

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