Wednesday, April 11, 2007

April 2007 - Creating Manageable Systems with JMX, AOP, Spring and Groovy

Starting with the Java 5 programming language, it has gotten easier to incorporate monitoring and manageability into any application running on a standard VM. Developers now have access to a wealth of runtime VM profile information exposed through Java Management Extensions (JMX), including memory consumption, garbage collection, and thread activities (with even more capabilities in the Java 6 programming language).

In the next Tampa Java User Group meeting, speaker Vladimir Vivien will
show how to develop and integrate runtime manageability, configuration, and control into your application by using JMX, AOP, and Spring. Additionally, he will show how to develop applications that can react to state changes and other events using a dynamic language to extend the manageability of the system with minimal impact on business domain logic. We will explore best practices for creating scalable and maintainable management services by using sound OO approaches.

Meeting Details: Speaker: Vladimir Vivien
6:30 pm
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Arrive early, building's main door locks automatically at 7:00 pm.
There will be door prize give aways including a chance to win a personal license of IntelliJ IDEA.

GCA Technologies Solution
4919 Memorial Hwy. Suite 150
Tampa, FL 33634
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Wednesday, April 4, 2007

March 2007 Presentation Materials

The materials for the March 2007 presentation, Using Java Messaging with JBoss and Spring, are now available. In this presentation, speaker Ginige DeSilva, provided great insight into the notion of Java Messaging and how to use it using open source tools such as JBoss application server and the Spring Framework.

Presentation Materials
For your convenience, the samples are provided as full Eclipse projects which include the necessary compile libraries. If use different IDE, you should be able to easily import and setup your project with the provided source files.
- Presentation File (pdf /319 KB)
- JMS Client Project - (zip / 8.5 MB)
- JMS Project (zip / 11.4 MB)
- JBoss Queue Config Files (zip / 2 KB)

If you have any question about the presentation, email the speaker (email address found on the first slide of presentation).