This year at JavaOne, TheServerSide finally got the opportunity to speak with one of its most relentless contributors, William Louth.
Is it really possible to instrument "every line of code" in an application and still obtain measurement data that is of real value?
Looks at how application mirroring and simulation can mitigate a major pitfall in the outsourcing of applications and systems management.
An article that draws parallels between the Theory of Mind (ToM) and Software Execution Simulation and Signaling.
Introduces a new approach to distributed computation based on the replication of software execution behavior across one or more simulated runtimes.
Demonstrates the power of application record and playback in offering multiple (service component) perspectives on the same source recording.
We take a novel approach to communicating the benefits of our ground breaking technology, Simz, using a comic.
Comments on some key concepts and ideas in a research paper outlining future directions in engineering self-adaptive software systems.
A short review of recent papers on QoS in the context of self adaptive and self managed software presented at SEAMS 2013.
Demonstrates how QoS can be used in combination with contextual metering to deliver multi-tenant resource management to JVM services.
Demonstrates the use of the
jvalve adaptive control valve metering extension to lessen performance jitter in Apache Cassandra.