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OpenJDK Cookbook

Author : Alex Kasko
File Size : 22.40 MB
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If you are an experienced Java developer using Java 7 platform and want to get your grips on OpenJDK for Java development, this is the book for you. JDK users who wish to migrate to OpenJDK will find this book very useful.

Hadoop Operations and Cluster Management Cookbook

Author : Shumin Guo
File Size : 24.47 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
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Solve specific problems using individual self-contained code recipes, or work through the book to develop your capabilities. This book is packed with easy-to-follow code and commands used for illustration, which makes your learning curve easy and quick.If you are a Hadoop cluster system administrator with Unix/Linux system management experience and you are looking to get a good grounding in how to set up and manage a Hadoop cluster, then this book is for you. It's assumed that you will have some experience in Unix/Linux command line already, as well as being familiar with network communication basics.

Embedded Linux Projects Using Yocto Project Cookbook

Author : Alex González
File Size : 45.10 MB
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If you are an embedded developer learning about embedded Linux with some experience with the Yocto project, this book is the ideal way to become proficient and broaden your knowledge with examples that are immediately applicable to your embedded developments. Experienced embedded Yocto developers will find new insight into working methodologies and ARM specific development competence.

Pro Java 7 NIO 2

Author : Anghel Leonard
File Size : 61.43 MB
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Pro Java 7 NIO.2 addresses the three primary elements that offer new input/output (I/O) APIs in Java 7, giving you the skills to write robust, scalable Java applications: An extensive file I/O API system addresses feature requests that developers have sought since the inception of the JDK A socket channel API addresses multicasting, socket binding associated with channels, and related issues An asynchronous I/O API enables mapping to I/O facilities, completion ports, and various I/O event port mechanisms to enhance scalability NIO.2 for the Java platform, known as JSR 203, is a major feature of the new Java JDK 7 under the leadership of Alan Bateman as an OpenJDK project. Take advantage of these exciting new developments with Pro Java 7 NIO.2.

Hands On Cloud Native Microservices with Jakarta EE

Author : Luigi Fugaro
File Size : 51.6 MB
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Discover how cloud-native microservice architecture helps you to build dynamically scalable applications by using the most widely used and adopted runtime environments Key Features Build robust cloud-native applications using a variety of tools Understand how to configure both Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Docker clouds for high availability Explore common design patterns used in building and deploying microservices architecture. Book Description Businesses today are evolving rapidly, and developers now face the challenge of building applications that are resilient, flexible, and native to the cloud. To achieve this, you'll need to be aware of the environment, tools, and resources that you're coding against. The book will begin by introducing you to cloud-native architecture and simplifying the major concepts. You'll learn to build microservices in Jakarta EE using MicroProfile with Thorntail and Narayana LRA. You'll then delve into cloud-native application x-rays, understanding the MicroProfile specification and the implementation/testing of microservices. As you progress further, you'll focus on continuous integration and continuous delivery, in addition to learning how to dockerize your services. You'll also cover concepts and techniques relating to security, monitoring, and troubleshooting problems that might occur with applications after you've written them. By the end of this book, you will be equipped with the skills you need to build highly resilient applications using cloud-native microservice architecture. What you will learn Integrate reactive principles in MicroProfile microservices architecture Explore the 12-factors-app paradigm and its implications Get the best out of Java versions 8 and 9 to implement a microservice based on Thorntail Understand what OpenShift is and why it is so important for an elastic architecture Build a Linux container image using Docker and scale the application using Kubernetes Implement various patterns such as, Circuit Breaker and bulkheads Get to grips with the DevOps methodology using continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) Who this book is for This book is for developers with basic knowledge of Java EE and HTTP-based application principles who want to learn how to build, test and scale Java EE microservices. No prior experience of writing microservices in Java EE is required.