Java

logz.io

Introduction to Custom Metrics in Java with Logz.io RemoteWrite SDK

We just announced the creation of a new RemoteWrite SDK to support custom metrics from applications using several different languages. This tutorial will give a quick rundown of how to use the Java SDK. This SDK – like the others – is completely free and open source, and is meant to apply to any output destination, not just Logz.io.

Jakarta EE Applications inside Kubernetes with Nested Containers. Cargo Tracker Deployment

Kubernetes enables possibilities to develop cloud native microservices or decompose traditional applications making them more technologically advanced with the help of containers. Currently, most of the Kubernetes solutions are offered on top of VMs and there is room for further improvements. Implementing nested architecture of application containers running inside system containers opens additional flexibility of resource allocation and management, accelerates provisioning of the clusters and pods, as well as cuts the overall costs. This video presentation is accompanied with a live demo of deploying the Jakarta EE Cargo Tracker project inside Kubernetes cluster with nested containers architecture.
lightrun

The Complete List of Spring Boot Annotations You Must Know

Spring Boot is the most popular Java framework, with over 50 percent of developers using it. Java engineers working in the spring framework can deploy web applications quickly, without the need for a separate server. Spring focuses on speed, simplicity, and productivity. It uses Inversion of Control, or IoC, and dependency injection to increase modularity and enable loose coupling. Spring Boot builds off of the spring framework.

stackify

What to Do About Java Memory Leaks: Tools, Fixes, and More

Memory management is Java’s strongest suit and one of the many reasons developers choose Java over other platforms and programming languages. On paper, you create objects, and Java deploys its garbage collector to allocate and free up memory. But that’s not to say Java is flawless. As a matter of fact, memory leaks happen and they happen a lot in Java applications. We put together this guide to arm you with the know-how to detect, avoid and fix memory leaks in Java.

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How to Handle Exceptions in Java: Complete Tutorial with Examples and Best Practices

As developers, we would like our users to interact with applications that run smoothly and without issues. We want the libraries that we create to be widely adopted and successful. All of that will not happen without the code that handles errors. Java exception handling is often a significant part of the application code. You might use conditionals to handle cases where you expect a certain state and want to avoid erroneous execution – for example, division by zero.

overops

Improve Application Performance with These Advanced GC Techniques

Automated garbage collection (along with the JIT HotSpot Compiler) is one of the most advanced and most valued components of the JVM, but many developers and engineers are far less familiar with Garbage Collection (GC), how it works and how it impacts application performance. First, what is GC even for? Garbage collection is the memory management process for objects in the heap.

logicmonitor

Java Application Manual Instrumentation for Distributed Traces

In this blog series, we are covering application instrumentation steps for distributed tracing with OpenTelemetry standards across multiple languages. Earlier, we covered Golang Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces and DotNet Application Instrumentation for Distributed Traces. Here we are going to cover the instrumentation for Java.

stackify

How to Find Hibernate Performance Issues in Development and Production

The Java Persistence API (JPA) is used in most Java applications to interact with a relational database. One of its most popular implementations is the Hibernate ORM, because it uses object-relational mapping to abstract database interactions and makes implementing simple CRUD operations very simple. But this abstraction also has its downsides. Hibernate uses a lot of internal optimizations and hides all database interactions behind its API.