Monthly archives for April, 2014

ZEND PHP Certification

Developers willing to expertise PHP can go for the Zend PHP Certification. Now what exactly Zend PHP certification and how beneficial it is? To start with we first learn about Zend Technologies. It is a World Wide Web infrastructure software company with headquarters in Cupertino, California, U.S. The certifications from Zend Technologies set the industry…

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Microsoft’s Azure cloud LASHED by BT’s private cables

The news from Microsoft Azure cloud to provide another way to access the Microsoft’s technology is all around; it is now hooked with BT’s private fibre cables to ensure the security-focused organizations. After the internet companies like Azure-rival Amazon panicked vulnerability in OpenSSL, compromising on the public connections, Redmond announced the addition of BT to…

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Microsoft Reportedly Will Rebrand “Windows Azure” To “Microsoft Azure”

There are reports that soon Microsoft will rename rather rebrand “Windows Azure” to “Microsoft Azure”. Microsoft is planning on this as rebranding does make sense because Azure is not all about Windows. As customers can run Linux in virtual machines on the operating system using Azure. Also, users of Azure can run Oracle databases and…

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Oracle serves up silo-busting database in the cloud

Oracle is aiming to bring automation in the cloud by releasing the resources for the administrators; it has planned to automate the construction of siloed databases for individual projects. According to William Hardie, vice president of Management, Oracle; the Oracle DBaaS can offer an automated substitute to the manual creation of dedicated, siloed databases for…

Java 7 Update 25 fixes 40 security issues, enables certificate revocation checking

Java developers can now assure better security with the Java 7 Update release that has fixes for 40 security issues. In this Java (7u25) release thirty-four vulnerabilities has been patched that affects only client deployments of Java. In addition, other four patches affect both the client and server deployments, which affect the Java installer and…

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Red Hat to take on Microsoft with .NET hosted service

Red Hat is gearing up its services to host the Microsoft .Net services; that will offer Microsoft .NET and SQL Server capabilities on the OpenShift platform as a service (PaaS). The Uhuru Software, a company started by a number of former Microsoft executives and engineers specializing in rendering Microsoft software cloud services will be providing…

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Oracle overtakes IBM as second-largest software vendor, Gartner says

The software giant Oracle has overtaken its competitor/rival IBM and is today the world’s second largest software vendor. According to analyst firm Gartner, it has been able to pull the tremendous $29.6 billion of software revenue during the year 2013. Gartner, research vice president Chad Eschinger, said in his statement, “Global trends around big data…

Core Java Certification

Java is a computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers “write once, run anywhere” (WORA), meaning that code that runs on one platform does not need to be recompiled to run on another. Java applications are…

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ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Web Pages (Razor) are Open Source Projects

Developers can now find the source code for ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Web Pages that have been released under Apache 2.0 license. You can download the code from the Git repository at http://aspnetwebstack.codeplex.com, watch code check-ins as they’re made, and see what’s being planned on the public roadmap. You can browse the source code…

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Spring Framework 4.0.3 pops out of the box, ready of all your Java 8 needs

For the IT companies that have been furiously tooling for their latest releases for the big Java 8 release train, Spring brings its post-Oracle release offering: Spring Framework 4.0.3. Notably, NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ were quick to push out their newest IDEs to coincide with the launch. The latest incarnation of Spring is built with…

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