The Tesla Testament
Amazon best-seller December 2007!

Non-stop action. A vulnerable hero. A quest to save the world. The Tesla Testament is the most exciting novel of the decade.

Developing With Google App Engine

This book introduces development with Google App Engine, a platform that provides developers and users with infrastructure that Google itself uses for deploying their massively scalable applications.

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TheServerSide Java Symposium 2009

TheServerSide Java Symposium is the only conference focused on Enterprise Java worldwide. The conference is held twice a year in the United States and Europe, respectively. TSSJS was hosted this year in Las Vegas, NV and in Prague, Czech Republic, where hundreds of Java professionals met to discuss the latest technologies, methodologies, and trends in the development of robust enterprise applications.

Mission-Critical Cloud/Enterprise Hybrid Deployments

Almost every vendor talks about cloud computing, and "cloud" is becoming the buzzword du jour. Eugene talks about how to design, implement, and roll-out cloud/enterprise hybrid applications based on his real-world experiences rolling out production-quality cloud systems. This presentation will guide you to identify the different cloud architectures that you can combine with your application (Software as a Service or SaaS, Platform as a Service or PaaS, Infrastructure) and learn how to define an architecture based on cloud and enterprise components to attain maximum scalability at a low cost of deployment and operations.

Mission-Critical Cloud/Enterprise Hybrid Deployments (PDF) - 2.2 MB

Google App Engine HOWTO

Google App Engine for Java is the most recent contestant in the war for the low-cost, high-availability cloud computing environments. This presentation introduces the technology and its operational model, how it’s alike and how it differs from running Java apps in traditional app server environments, and what kinds of things developers and app designers will need to plan, build, deploy, and maintain Java applications that will run on Google’s App Engine infrastructure.

Google App Engine for Java HOWTO (PDF) - 746 KB

Mule and Hadoop Integration Case Study

This session includes an overview of Hadoop and HDFS for map/reduce and data retrieval operations, as well as advantages of HDFS/Hadoop over RDBMSs queries and data retrieval. It discusses augmenting resource-oriented computing systems with map/reduce capabilities, as well as exposing the map/reduce server farm as services and endpoints, and queries under map/reduce systems. Among the technologies employed in the case study are Hadoop, HDFS, the Mule ESB, Java EE 6, Hive, PIG, and scripting for map/reduce.

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