The IETF HTTPbis Working Group recently called for expressions of interest in the development of the HTTP/2.0 protocol, with SPDY being one of the candidates to use as a basis. As a HTTP server and an early implementer of the
JMiniX JMX console in Jetty
Jetty has long had a rich set of JMX mbeans that give very detailed status, configuration and control over the server and applications, which can now simply be accessed with the JMiniX web console: The usability of JMX has been
Truth in Benchmarking!
One of my pet peeves is misleading benchmarks, as discussed in my Lies, Damned Lies and Benchmarks blog. Recently there has been a bit of interest in Vert.x, some of it resulting from apparently good benchmark results against node.js. The
Jetty-SPDY is joining the revolution!
There is a revolution quietly happening on the web and if you blink you might miss it. The revolution is in the speed and latency with which some browsers can load some web pages, and what used to take 100’s
Jetty WebSocket Client API updated
With the release of Jetty 7.5.0 and the latest draft 13 of the WebSocket protocol, the API for the client has be re-factored a little since my last blog on WebSocket: Server, Client and Load Test. WebSocketClientFactory When creating many
NoSql Sessions with Jetty7 and Jetty8
When Jetty 7.5.0 is released we will have officially started to dabble in the area of distributed session handling and storage. To start this out we have created a set of abstract classes around the general concept of NoSQL support,
Websocket Example: Server, Client and LoadTest
The websocket protocol specification is approaching final and the Jetty implementation and API have been tracking the draft and is ready when the spec and browsers are available. More over, Jetty release 7.5.0 now includes a capable websocket java
Prelim Cometd WebSocket Benchmarks
I have done some very rough preliminary benchmarks on the latest cometd-2.4.0-SNAPSHOT with the latest Jetty-7.5.0-SNAPSHOT and the results are rather impressive. The features that these two releases have added are: Optimised Jetty NIO with latest JVMs and JITs considered.
Jetty Overlayed WebApp Deployer
The Jetty Overlay Deployer allows multiple WAR files to be overlayed so that a web application can be customised, configured and deployed without the need to unpack, modify and repack the WAR file. This has the benefits of: The WAR
Jetty with Spring XML
Since the very beginning, Jetty has been IOC friendly and thus has been able to be configured with spring. But the injecting and assembling the jetty container is not the only need that Jetty has for configuration and there are