Technology Evolution

With Sun now officially being part of Oracle, one could once again recite that great technology often outlive the company boundaries. By working with startups, it is quite interesting to see how their technology evolve and some of the startups become part of larger organization. As a matter of fact quite a few startups define their vision as to be acquired by larger companies, while other prefer to become larger enterprises themselves. Regardless of the outcome, technology innovation keeps accelerating new startups creation. One of the startups we've been closely working as part of Sun Startup Essentials, Micello, just went live and we're very excited for them. With their innovation, mobile users can have an easier way to navigate through the malls, convention centers, and hotels. On your iPhone get a free Micello Maps apps and if you're planning your next trip to Santana Row, or even better, Fry's Electronics, on the map you can automatically zoom in and locate desired department. The underlying Sun's technology stack, that empowers Micello application, includes Java EE for the server side, Glassfish app server, MySQL, and x64 Sun servers. With a complete Sun stack, you can successfully bring your startup live. Here are a few resources that you may find valuable when tuning your app before going live:

Optimize GlassFish Performance in Production Environment

MySQL Optimization

MySQL with MemcacheD

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Marina Fisher is a member of Oracle ISV Engineering team, posting blogs around industries, technologies, and applications she is working with.

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