This blog is an update for jetty-9 of one published for Jetty 7 in 2008 as an example web application that uses Jetty asynchronous HTTP client and the asynchronoous servlets 3.0 API, to call an eBay restful web service. The
Jetty, SPDY, PHP and WordPress
Having discussed the business case for Jetty 9 and SPDY, this blog presents a simple tutorial for runing PHP web applications like WordPress on Jetty with SPDY. Get Jetty First you’ll need a distribution of Jetty, which you can download,
The Need For SPDY and why upgrade to Jetty 9?
So you are not Google! Your website is only taking a few 10’s or maybe 100’s of requests a second and your current server is handling it without a blip. So you think you don’t need a faster server and
Jetty comes 2nd in Plumbr Usage Analysis!
The folks at Plumbr have done some interesting data harvesting from the anonymous phone home data provided by the free version of their memory leak detection system. This has allowed them to determine the most popular application servers from their
Jetty 9.1 in Techempower benchmarks
Jetty 9.1.0 has entered round 8 of the Techempower’s Web Framework Benchmarks. These benchmarks are a comparison of over 80 framework & server stacks in a variety of load tests. I’m the first one to complain about unrealistic benchmarks when
Jetty-9 goes fast with Mechanical Sympathy
Since we discovered how to make Jetty-9 avoid parallel slowdown, we’ve been continuing to work with micro benchmarks and consideration of Mechanical Sympathy to further optimise Jetty-9. As we now about to go to release candidate for Jetty-9, I thought
Avoiding Parallel Slowdown in Jetty-9 with CPU Cache analysis.
How can the sum of fast parts be slower than the sum of slower parts? This is one of the conundrums we faced as we have been benchmarking the latest Jetty-9 releases. The explanation is good insight into modern CPUs
SPDY Push Demo from JavaOne 2012
Simone Bordet and I spoke at JavaOne this year about the evolution of web protocol and how HTTP is being replaced by WebSocket (for new semantics) and by SPDY (for better efficiency). The demonstration of SPDY Push is particularly good
Jetty 9 – Features
Jetty 9 milestone 0 has landed! We are very excited about getting this release of jetty out and into the hands of everyone. A lot of work as gone into reworking fundamentals and this is going to be the best
Jetty 9 – it's coming!
Development on Jetty-9 has been chugging along for quite some time now and it looks like we’ll start releasing milestones in around the end of September. This is exciting because we have a lot of cool improvements and features coming