Redisson 2.2.2 Redis client recently released, is a distributed and scalable Java data structures (BitSet, Set, ScoredSortedSet, SortedSet, Map, ConcurrentMap, List, Queue, BlockingQueue, Deque, Lock, ReadWriteLock, AtomicLong, CountDownLatch, Publish / Subscribe, HyperLogLog, Redis pipelining) on top of Redis server. Features AWS ElastiCache servers mode: automatic new master server discovery automatic new slave servers discovery read data using slave servers, write data using master server Cluster servers mode: automatic master and slave discovery automatic new master server discovery automatic new slave servers discovery automatic slots change discovery read data using slave servers, write data using master server Sentinel servers mode: automatic master and slave servers discovery automatic new master server discovery automatic new slave servers discovery automatic slave servers offline/online discovery automatic sentinel servers discovery read data using slave servers, write data using master server Master with Slave servers mode: read data using slave servers, write data using master server Single server mode: read and write data using single server Lua scripting See github for more Redisson 2.
Microsoft recently announced the open-source release of the Git Credential Manager for Mac and Linux. This follows the release of the GCM for Windows. The tool was ported to Mac and Linux to simplify their authentication to remote Git repositories, in particular those hosted in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). The GCM is a Git credential helper that assists with multi-factor authentication. Compared to Git’s built-in credential storage (such as wincred for Windows), which provides single-factor authentication support for remote Git repositories, the GCM provides multi-factor authentication support for VSTS (and soon GitHub).
Have you ever been in a situation where you are running your Fedora OS but lacked some basic apps or tools that Fedora does not want to ship as part of its build, like mp3 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java etc., and much more with just a few clicks. There is the good and the bad news to this. The good news is you now have a tool created by developer Satyajit Sahoo called Fedy (previously known as Fedora Utils).
PhpStorm 10 recently released, brings significant improvements in PHP language support, editing experience, debugging, code analysis, and many other powerful features. This release also includes a lot of features and improvements from IntelliJ Platform, including encode HTML special symbols, preview for Find in path, adjusting code style settings, Manage Projects window,and improvements in database tools. PhpStorm 10 changelog PHP Language & Editing Experience: PHP 7 support (including PHP 7 compatibility inspections), improved code completion functionality, and in-place rename refactoring.
jEdit is a programmer’s text editor written in Java. It uses the Swing toolkit for the GUI and can be configured as a rather powerful IDE through the use of its plugin architecture. jEdit includes syntax highlighting that provides native support for over 200 file formats. Support for additional formats can be added manually using XML files. It supports UTF-8 and many other encodings. Features Combines the best functionality of Unix, Windows and MacOS text editors.
Java is the foundation for virtually every type of networked application and is the global standard for developing and delivering mobile applications, games, Web-based content, and enterprise software. Currently there are no .deb packages available for Oracle Java 7/8. Key Features New rcache Types in Kerberos 5 Replay Caching Support for Kerberos 5 Protocol Transition and Constrained Delegation Kerberos 5 weak encryption types disabled by default Unbound SASL for the GSS-API/Kerberos 5 mechanism SASL service for multiple host names JNI bridge to native JGSS on Mac OS X Support for stronger strength ephemeral DH keys in the SunJSSE provider Support for server-side cipher suites preference customization in JSSE The new Modena theme has been implemented in this release.
With the introduction of Zabbix 2.0 & above, the ability to monitor JMX counters without deploying additional software has been introduced in the form of a daemon called “Zabbix Java Gateway“. The most common use of JMX is monitoring thread counts and memory usage of any Java enabled application via the resource objects called MBeans (Managed Beans). See wiki for full explanation. Zabbix Java Gateway can be installed alongside Zabbix Server or as a standalone server.
The topic of this tutorial is: JConsole download and install. JConsole is a graphical user interface tool that enables you to monitor and manage Java applications and virtual machines on a local or remote machine using the JMX technology. This tool also provides information about the performance and resource consumption of applications running on the Java platform and an ideal tool for application developers. To get JConsole on your machine, you need to install the Java Development Kit (JDK) as its built into it.