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Because security is an increasing concern for developers, a new movement is emerging, known as DevSecOps, which encourages developers to bring security and standards to the forefront while building applications. That means there's good reason to stay on top of security information and event management trends and best practices, as well as the solutions that support it. With that in mind, let's take a look at how it works, benefits for developers, and why it matters. Definition of SIEM Security information and event management or SIEM is a security management approach that gives you a comprehensive look into how your information technology is performing. Simply put, it involves the real-time analysis of all security alerts that are generated by applications and network hardware. Security information and event management brings together all the relevant security infor... (more)

Java Web Services Tutorial | @CloudExpo #DevOps #API #Java #Microservices

Java Web Services Tutorial: Improve App Communication and Flexibility By Eugen Paraschiv Web services have taken the development world by storm, especially in recent years as they've become more and more widely adopted. There are naturally many reasons for this, but first, let's understand what exactly a web service is. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) defines "web of services" as "message-based design frequently found on the Web and in enterprise software". Basically, a web service is a method of sending a message between two devices through a network. In practical terms, th... (more)

How To Get Kids on a Career Path in Tech: Kansas City Guide

Everyone knows the cheesy lyrics to Whitney Houston’s song, “Greatest Love Of All”. The opening lines of that song, “I ... Read More The post How To Get Kids on a Career Path in Tech: Kansas City Guide appeared first on Stackify. ... (more)

Serverless Architectures Are Here | @CloudExpo #FaaS #AI #DX #Serverless

What Is Function-as-a-Service? Serverless Architectures Are Here By Matt Watson It has never been a better time to be a developer. Thanks to cloud computing, deploying our applications is much easier than it used to be. How we deploy our apps continues to evolve thanks to cloud hosting, Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and now Function-as-a-Service. What Is Function-as-a-Service (FaaS)? FaaS is the concept of serverless computing via serverless architectures. Software developers can leverage this to deploy an individual "function", action, or piece of business logic. They are expected... (more)

Finally Getting the Most out of the Java Thread Pool | @CloudExpo #JVM #Java #Cloud

Finally Getting the Most out of the Java Thread Pool By Eugen Paraschiv First, let's outline a frame of reference for multithreading and why we may need to use a thread pool. A thread is an execution context that can run a set of instructions within a process - aka a running program. Multithreaded programming refers to using threads to execute multiple tasks concurrently. Of course, this paradigm is well supported on the JVM. Although this brings several advantages, primarily regarding the performance of a program, multithreaded programming can also have disadvantages - such as ... (more)