Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Feb. 28 to Mar. 6). Here they are, in order of popularity:
Every once in a while, you run into an interesting problem related to connections and pooling with ActiveMQ. Sure, you’ve always heard to pool your connections. What does that really mean, and why do you want to do it?
Red Hat has just announced general availability of these long awaited products! The new JBoss BPM Suite has a well defined, integral focus on process management and automation. It represents the culmination of an awesome amount of work done by the open source community over many months.
Beanstalkd is a simple job queue and has great PHP support in the shape of Pheanstalk. Beanstalkd is a job queue rather than a message queue, so when you put things on the queue (or "tube" as they seem to be called in Beanstalkd), they stay there until a worker comes along and processes each one successfully.
Remember that when authenticating through OAuth, it’s not you receiving and validating the user’s credentials. So no matter which API you’re using or if the API support multiple logins like Google does, you should always take measures against a confused deputy attack.
Tomcat 7 introduced a WebSocket implementation. introduced a WebSocket implementation. Firstly I will give web socket's benefits and limitations plus briefly web socket implemented in Apache Tomcat 7. WebSocket is considered an evolution of web communication.