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  • Blog Post: The evolution of Enterprise Java logging system

    Logging is an essential components of large scale enterprise software systems. For large enterprise software system, bugs sometime can take very long time to be discovered, investigated and fixed. This is can be due to the information in-balance between the development environment and the execution environment...
  • Blog Post: XML processing in Enterprise Java

    XML processing is one of the central technology in almost all the modern enterprise programming language. Over the time, Java language have developed various standards to process XML, choosing the right one become one of the common design decision that enterprise Java developer need to make. What...
  • Blog Post: Does Windows Azure support Java?

    Quite a few friends of mine are surprised about that I am working on Java for Windows Azure. Indeed, Windows Azure supports Java and it supports it really well. This posts summarize the core Java experience that are supported by Microsoft, its subsidiary and partners. A. Development/Deployment Experience...
  • Blog Post: Jenkins on Windows Azure, the missing manual -- Slave

    Create a VM from Windows Azure Portal, remote desktop into that machine. Login as Administrator Turn Off IE enhanced security by going to Server Manager -> Local Server In command line windows, Install .NET 3.5 using the following command Dism /online /enable-feature /all /featurename...
  • Blog Post: Jenkins on Windows Azure, the missing manual -- Master

    Create a VM from Windows Azure Portal, Jenkins master and slave need to be co-located in the same affinity group. If you haven't created an affinity group, you should do that as the first step. Since created VM cannot change their affinity group, so please do this step correctly before proceeding. ...
  • Blog Post: Jenkins on Windows Azure, the missing manual

    When Geeks are talking about Jenkins, they may not mean Katherine Jenkins More likely, they are talking about Jenkins CI, a continuous integration technology which enables software projects to be complied and tested in a non-stopping fashion. Continuous integration avoids long and erroneous...
  • Blog Post: Hosting non-.NET language application on Azure using ProgramEntryPoint

    Windows Azure Worker Role is designed to supports non-.NET programming language, such as Java, PHP, Ruby or Node. In addition to the functions of the operating system, Windows Azure Worker Role also exposes the environment of machine to the application via named pipes. However, the non-.NET application...
  • Blog Post: Hosting Java projects on Windows Azure using AzureRunMe

    AzureRunMe is an awesome tool written by Rob Blackwell from two10degree . Thousands of machines are powered by AzureRunMe. Today, I had the privilege to play with it. Here are the steps to start using AzureRunMe. 1. Create your Java project. For experimenting purpose, I have created a HelloWorld...
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