Whether you’re a budding company or you’ve just launched a new website,
chances are you’ll start experiencing steady increases in site traffic as
you expand your business. You may be equipped for a few dozen customers now,
but what happens when you reach thousands or (ideally) hundreds of thousands?
If your site isn’t prepared for sudden or even gradual traffic spikes,
you may end up with seriously slow response times or even a crashed server.
It’s vital for online companies to have plans in place to deal with traffic
surges—before they actually happen. Otherwise, your customers’
experiences can be negatively impacted by sluggish load times and downtime.
As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Scalability is a site’s ability to function in the same capacity with
100,000 users as it would with 10 users. There are two very important factors
to ... (more)
Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as middleware
messaging becomes the foundation for cloud computing and enterprise
participation in mobile markets. Mobile device messaging and messaging for
the Internet of things are driving …
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Not all apps will transcend to the cloud! Often with all the hoopla over
Cloud it seems all applications and their middleware will go there and
monitoring will be someone else’s problem. Not so, as many applications
will never go there. So, its just as important as ever to ensure uptime and
Pete Mastin has over 25 years of experience in business strategy, software
architecture and operations and strategic partnership development. His
background in cloud and CDN informs his current role with Cedexis as their
In spite of what many have predicted, ... (more)
jKool LLC, a new company, spinning-off from Nastel Technologies is a highly
scalable, SaaS solution for streaming analytics of Big Data. The jKool API is
used to add real-time analytics to applications which will now be able to
stream data into the service at jKoolCloud.com. The service analyzes the
data as it arrives, delivering its users instant insight.
The story of the origin of jKool is interesting.
Some of Nastel’s customers found themselves hitting up against the upper
limits of the performance and scalability of their relational databases.
These customers were trying t... (more)
We all wish we could predict the future. It would be wonderful to tell when
a stock was going to go up before it did. Unfortunately, most of us are not
psychic. In order to be successful in the stock market, you need to be
lucky or spend a lot of time analyzing the behavior of the stocks.
Wouldn’t it be valuable if you were able to predict the up and down
performance behavior of your Java applications and make adjustments to avoid
unfavorable impacts on your company?
We find that one of the biggest impacts of not being able to predict
application behavior, is that companie... (more)