Category: JRun-J2EE

May 8 2018

Cloud Computing Costs & Reducing Them

I am looking into all of this to see if I can offer a service to target reducing costs in cloud-based environments, by tuning memory, threads, SQL and heavy-duty code.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:40 PM - Categories: Web Servers | DataBase | CloudComputing | Tomcat | Languages | Performance | JavaEE | Caching | Greening The Web | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Apr 2 2018

Yes Application Performance Matters More Than Ever

"These ideas, moreover, don't just need to work in your local dev environment, they need to be performant at scale."

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 1:24 PM - Categories: Flash | Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Tomcat | Languages | Performance | Blockchain | JavaEE | Caching | Greening The Web | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | API Manager

Nov 17 2017

ColdFusion Summit 2017 - API Manager Performance.

I intend to create a public "gitbook" on the internals of API Manager; more soon.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:32 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Languages | JavaEE | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | API Manager | Security

Nov 5 2016

Using ColdFusion 2016 With Nginx - Linux

At the Adobe ColdFusion Summit, in Las Vegas in October it was announced that the next version of ColdFusion would officially support Nginx.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 6:15 PM - Categories: Web Servers | CloudComputing | Tomcat | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Nov 13 2015

ColdFusion - The Relevant - The Community

So how do we build a bigger better CFML Community?

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:30 PM - Categories: Web Servers | DataBase | CloudComputing | Caching | Greening The Web | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Nov 11 2015

Reflections On The 2015 Coldfusion Conference

Thank you Adobe for your ongoing support of the ColdFusion community!

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 11:22 AM - Categories: Web Servers | CloudComputing | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Jun 21 2015

Using Java Mission Control And Flight Recorder

During those 3 years I have gradually evolved a set of very beneficial JVM arguments which seem to truly get the best results from Java on 64-bit web environments.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 4:44 PM - Categories: Web Servers | CloudComputing | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE