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News from Dreamix! #dreamnews 10.06.2016

News from Dreamix! #dreamnews 10.06.2016

News from Dreamix 10.06.2016

  • Java Remote Method Invocation with Redisson

This article shows how you can use a Redis-based in-memory data grid for Java remote method invocations. Remote methods invocations are always been a hot topic for discussion in the Java world. What can Redisson framework have to offer to solve this task? Usually remote method invocation implies the existence of a client side (invokes remote method) and server side (executes remote method). Read more… 

  • Java EE 8 in Crisis!

Java EE is in crisis with a clear lack of support from Oracle resulting in EE8’s delivery being significantly delayed. This is my position statement on Java EE: “We are in crisis”. Anything outside of this statement is denial. At the time of writing, we do not know the exact delivery status of Java EE 8, because it is no longer on track. The release date is in the first half of 2017 according to the Aquarium. Read more…

  • Sources: Oracle Suffers Cloud Capacity Shortage, Some Large Customers Unable To Use Service Credits

Oracle recently experienced a cloud capacity shortage that affected customers of its Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Exadata Database-as-a-Service, multiple sources familiar with the matter told CRN this week. Read More…

  • US intelligence wants real-time behavior monitoring software

The proposed DIVA system would identify and track suspicious activity across multiple camera systems. A new initiative from the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence aims to create an intelligent surveillance system that can analyze live video and spot suspicious behavior in real time.  Read more…

  • Eric Schmidt dismissed the AI fears raised by Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has questioned whether renowned scientist Stephen Hawking and SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk are in a position to accurately predict the future of artificial intelligence. Hawking told the BBC in 2014 that AI could end mankind, while Musk tweeted that same year that AI could be more dangerous than nuclear weapons after reading a book called “Superintelligence.” Read more..

 

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