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Drago Z Kamenov
Drago is a writer with an international background. He studied in Europe and was focused on Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Bioengineering. Today he resides in the United States and is an accomplished writer
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Like most application servers, WebSphere 8.5 has a rich management infrastructure based on JMX, or Java Management Extensions. In fact, the WebSphere administration console uses JMX to connect to (read more)
In a previous article we introduced the JBoss JMX monitoring capabilities and the Monitis JMX agent. Since most JEE web applications store data in relational databases accessed through JDBC, and (read more)
HBase is a distributed, NoSQL, open-source database, initially conceived as an open-source alternative to Google’s proprietary BigTable. Originally, HBase was part of the Hadoop project, but was eventually spun (read more)
JBoss is by far the most widely-deployed JEE application server in the industry today. Unsurprisingly,application server administrators and developers are constantly looking for ways to monitor the performance of (read more)
When it comes to performance, BerkeleyDB’s cache size is the single most important configuration parameter. In order to achieve maximum performance, the data most frequently accessed by your application (read more)
Nowadays commercial websites are fully functioning business-generating entities and their seamless operation has a crucial impact on the profitability and credibility of the organization. Did you know that (read more)
Last week’s DevOpsDays Silicon Valley conference was a two-day thrill with a whirlwind of inspiring presentations and super-smart devops talks! The conference took place on June 24-25, 2016 (read more)
We’re living in exciting but demanding technological times. Big Data, Internet of Things, Apple Watch, ubiquitous computing, smart machines, robotics, and home automation . . . things that were (read more)