Developer Productivity and Performance Comparison Analysis of IBM, JBoss, Oracle, TIBCO, and SoftwareAG
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 10:00 PST
Appvance implemented a multi-step business workflow on Oracle, IBM, and TIBCO platforms to surface developer productivity and application performance differences. The results are ideal lessons and patterns for enterprise architects, development managers, and business managers.
In this session, Frank Cohen, CTO and Founder at Appvance, presents a developer’s journal of lessons learned, metrics to compare costs, and load and performance results. Attend the session and take home the Integration Knowledge Kit (http://www.appvance.com/kit), results of the study, and the open-sourced code and materials to run the tests, build the applications, and evaluate the results in your own environment.
Highly scalable applications built quickly and deployable with flexibility requires planning, experience, and knowledge. Platform choices count. Attend this session to learn the Appvance methodology to make performance architectural decisions.
Join us in Las Vegas this October 14-17 for TUCON!
Jenkins User Conference: Oct 2013 in Palo Alto
The Jenkins User Conference comes to Palo Alto, CA on October 23 this year, and we are proud to be sponsoring it! Currently Jenkins CI has more than 65,000 actively installations and 786 plugins! Now’s your chance join this vibrant community for a full day of Jenkins learning, networking, and general festivities.
Project founder Kohsuke Kawaguchi kicks off the keynote, and Jenkins gurus from companies like NetFlix, Hewlett Packard, Sony Mobile Communications, Yahoo, and Cisco, and our own CTO and Founder, Frank Cohen, will share the secrets of their continuous integration success.
At this event you will…
- Learn best practices for getting the most out of Jenkins
- Get insights on how to make continuous integration – and continuous delivery – yield the best results for your team
- See how companies are adapting Jenkins to their enterprise environments
- Eat, drink and make merry with the world’s foremost Jenkins experts!
Check out the full agenda and details here.
This full-day conference includes two session tracks, plenty of networking time, light breakfast and coffee, lunch, snacks, Jenkins SWAG, and probably even a happy hour. If you’re in the Bay Area – or can find a way to get there – you won’t want to miss this once-a-year opportunity!