By Ali Hodroj, Eliza Croen It’s been long known that almost half of a retail website’s shoppers will wait no more than 3 seconds for its content to render before they abandon it. Today, in an omni-channel retailing world where
Scala, the “scalable language”, is the hottest thing in the programming languages world these days. You may have thought that innovation these days only happens in dynamic scripting languages. Or you may have thought that Java and .Net cover all … Continue reading →
In this blog post, Billy Newport comments on the mechanisms employed that facilitate scaling behaviors in distributed applications. If I may paraphrase, he mentions three levels of provisioning, 1) Thread Pools, 2) process managers (starting processes on demand), 3) operating
It may be a little bit difficult to fully understand the full value of SBA, howver, for those of us who are looking for simpler and robust real SOA, it is worth looking into.