18 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Jetty

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On igvita.com 5 months ago.
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Looking for a WebSocket server that supports per-message compression? Rumor has it, Jetty, Autobahn and WebSocket++ already support it, and other servers (and clients) are sure to follow. For a deep-dive on the negotiation workflow, frame layouts, and more, check out the official specification .

P.S. For more WebSocket optimization tips: WebSocket chapter in High Performance Browser Networking .

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By Ashley Puls of New Relic 11 months ago.
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Application Servers: Tomcat, JBoss 5 and 6, Resin, Jetty, WebLogic, TomEE, Glassfish, and WebSphere

Use Cases: Thread pools are typically used to service multiple requests simultaneously. However, to get the best throughput, thread pools must be configured appropriately. For example, if the maximum thread count is set too high, the app will slow down from excessive memory usage. But if the maximum thread count is too low, it will cause requests to block or timeout.

You can …

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By Giles Bowkett of Giles Bowkett over 1 year ago.
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By newrelicblog of New Relic almost 2 years ago.
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…meanwhile, New Relic explored the gains open source Java application servers like Jetty and Tomcat had made at the expense of commercial alternatives like WebLogic or WebSphere. Our analysis of an up-to-date snapshot confirmed the dominance of the open source Java app servers. Three of the four most popular app servers were open source, with Apache Tomcat more popular than every other application server combined, commercial or open source. Among commercial Java application servers, …

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If you weren't able to make it to our JRuby Meetup last week at Engine Yard HQ, you missed out on an awesome presentation from Square platform engineer Xavier Shay. However, you're in luck! Our favorite videographers at Marakana (a big shout out and thank you to Max Walker!) taped the whole thing. And of course, a big thanks to Xavier for coming and chatting about Square's awesome technology! Hear about how Square incorporated JRuby, Kirk, Jetty and Jetpack into their platform.

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…epic quest that saw our protagonists face the demons of Kirk, Mizuno, Jetty, Neo4j, threads, startup times, and cross-Ruby compatibility, before emerging victorious with a setup fit for the gods. This event will take place at Engine Yard's headquarters on January 19th at 6:30 pm.

Neo for Ruby-Jay Meetup

January 12 | San Francisco, CA

January's Neo for Ruby-Jay Meetup will also take place at our headquarters on January 12. Andreas Kolleger will …

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On Heroku over 2 years ago.
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…Unicorn for Ruby or Tornado for Python, or Jetty itself for Clojure.

The capabilities promised by J2EE application containers for managing your app include deployment, restart, logging, service binding (config), and clustering (horizontal scaling). Running your Java app on Heroku, you achieve these ends via the platform instead.

But unlike J2EE, Heroku is a polyglot platform . Techniques for deployment, logging, and scaling are applicable to all …

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On Chef Blog almost 4 years ago.
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SOLR search engine requires the Debian packaged version of SOLR and Jetty, and the older releases do not have a recent enough version for Chef SOLR . At some point we may update the repository with backports for older versions, but we recommend Ubuntu 10.04 as it is an LTS release.

The source package for Chef is available for any of these releases.

Apt Pinning

If you are not ready to upgrade to the 0.9 release of Chef, you should pin your packaging in the …

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By Jake Scruggs of Jake Scruggs almost 4 years ago.
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Gem Neo4jr-social is a graph db that uses JRuby but isolates it in a Jetty server so you don't need to use JRuby throughout # railsconf

You can use Neo4jr-social to get friend recommendations and degrees of separation pretty easily. @ mdeiters # railsconf

To which Charles Nutter (@headius) responded @ jakescruggs Jeez, why not just use JRuby? So much pain could be avoided.

I really want @ mdeiters slides for the explanation of all these crazy graph relationship …

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By makoto of Bamboo Blog over 4 years ago.
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…does it mean that we should abandon our favourite server side language/framework? Not quite. Like Jetty and APE already support WebSocket, most concurrency orientated languages, libraries, and frameworks already have WebSocket support.

Here is how you write "Echo" example in a number of different languages/libraries/ frameworks.

Erlang

"Comet is dead long live websockets" by Joe Armstrong start() -> F = fun interact/2, spawn(fun() -> …

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