JVM Reports

The Performance Paradox of the JVM: Why More Hardware Means More
sponsored by Azul
EGUIDE: Read this TheServerSide.com Expert Tip to better understand the JVM performance problem, how the JVM manages memory and how best to approach JVM Performance.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 | Published: 21 Mar 2011

Azul

Distributed Caching: Why It Matters For Predictable Scalability on the Web, and Where It’s Proving Its Value
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This paper explains why it’s imperative for any Web-based organization to learn about the distributed caching technology and Oracle Coherence Data Grid technology to combat the increasing demand on the database.
Posted: 20 Dec 2010 | Published: 20 Dec 2010

Oracle Corporation

Faster PHP Through Java
sponsored by Caucho Technology
WHITE PAPER: Using benchmarks and code samples throughout to anchor the discussion, this paper explores how Quercus - Caucho's Java implementation of PHP - can perform faster than the standard Apache-based PHP both in synthetic benchmarks and real-world applications. The results are quite impressive.
Posted: 18 Mar 2009 | Published: 18 Mar 2009

Caucho Technology

Micro Focus Visual COBOL
sponsored by Micro Focus
VIDEO: Watch this videocast to learn how it is bringing the productivity of modern, industry-leading integrated development environments (IDEs) to COBOL, including the ability to deploy key business-critical COBOL applications to Windows 7, .NET, JVM and the cloud.
Posted: 23 Aug 2012 | Premiered: 22 Aug 2012

Micro Focus

Effective Enterprise Java Virtualization with Oracle WebLogic Suite
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This technical white paper explores in detail the technology behind a new virtualized deployment paradigm for Java EE applications, describing not only the technology behind these advances, but also the benefits and usage.
Posted: 20 Dec 2010 | Published: 20 Dec 2010

Oracle Corporation

Computer Weekly – 18 June 2019: Applying AI to road safety
sponsored by TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com
EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit a Tokyo project where artificial intelligence is helping to improve road safety by detecting potential subsidence. As bug bounty programmes become popular, we look at what's involved and the pitfalls to beware. And we discuss digital development in healthcare with NHS England. Read the issue now.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 18 Jun 2019

TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

Computer Weekly - 19 November 2019: Is facial recognition happening too fast?
sponsored by TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com
EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Information Commissioner calls on police forces to slow down the introduction of facial recognition, we examine the issues. We look at what the use of DevOps methods means for storage strategy. And we talk to Microsoft's global cyber security chief. Read the issue now.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 19 Nov 2019

TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

Computer Weekly – 27 September 2022: Making digital a key ingredient at Mondelez
sponsored by TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com
EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to snack giant Mondelez, the owner of Cadbury, about how AI and data are transforming its business. SAP is increasing support costs for the first time in years – we assess the impact on customers. And a Ukrainian tech CEO tells us how his company kept going despite the Russian invasion. Read the issue now.
Posted: 23 Sep 2022 | Published: 27 Sep 2022

TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

CW Benelux - August-October 2022: Belgium seeks top tech talent
sponsored by TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com
EZINE: The battle for the right IT staff to transform businesses is changing and recruiters and job-seekers need to be clued up. In this issue, a Belgium-based recruiter gives the lowdown on tech job-seeking. Also read why Dutch beer brewer Heineken has replaced more than 60 different HR systems with SAP SuccessFactors as its central HR system.
Posted: 28 Jul 2022 | Published: 11 Aug 2022

TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

Computer Weekly – 19 March 2024: What went wrong with Birmingham's Oracle project?
sponsored by TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com
EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, after Birmingham City Council's disastrous Oracle project cost over £100m, we analyse where it all went wrong. Our new buyer's guide examines building a sustainable IT strategy. And we find out how Thomson Reuters is using AI to enhance its product offerings. Read the issue now.
Posted: 19 Mar 2024 | Published: 19 Mar 2024

TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com