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Tips and Tricks using Coherence JVisualVM Plug-in

Happy new year to all. Thought I’d start off this year with a post about some tips and tricks in using the Coherence JVisualVM plug-in, which has been available with Coherence installations since 12.1.3. There are a number of properties … Continue reading

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Java SE 10 Released

Please see the following blog regarding the announcement of Java SE 10. This release is the first of the 6 month cadence releases.

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Presentation: Building a Serverless State Service for the Cloud using Java 9

Great presentation from one of my colleagues (the legendary Ed Burns) given a few months back. Ed has been talking about this at various tech conferences around the world. Well worth a listen. See  YouTube link. Enjoy

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Oracle releases the open source Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator

Originally posted on RedStack:
I am very happy to be able to announce that we have just released and open sourced the Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator, which I have been working on with a great team of people for…

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WebLogic Server Certification on Kubernetes

Happy New Year! While not strictly Coherence related, the below announcement it pretty exciting news for those running WebLogic as well as those running Coherence applications in WebLogic.    

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Updated Coherence Plug-in with Java 9 Mission Control

Overview With the official release of JDK 9, Java Mission Control (JMC) was also updated to 6.0.  Something that had bugged me for many years was that the old JMC included an “experimental” Coherence plug-in to view cache and service … Continue reading

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Java One KeyNote

Hi all. Been busy watching a few video’s from Oracle Open World and Java One. Especially interesting is the Java One Key note available below: Watch full-length keynote (1:33:22) Plenty more coming at On Demand Videos link. Enjoy

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