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  • Gossip-based Kubernetes Cluster on AWS using Kops
  • Devoxx Belgium 2017 – Submit Talks for Cloud, Containers and Infrastructure Track
  • Creating Smaller Java Image using Docker Multi-stage Build
  • Docker Remote API on Windows and OSX
  • Bye Bye Couchbase, Hello Amazon Web Services!
  • Service Discovery with Java and Database application in Kubernetes
  • Service Discovery with Java and Database application in DC/OS
  • NoSQL Simplifies Database DevOps
  • Stateful Containers using Portworx and Couchbase
  • Start Couchbase Using Docker Compose
  • Getting Started with Oracle Container Cloud Service
  • Microservice using Docker stack deploy – WildFly, Java EE and Couchbase
  • Deploy Docker Compose Services to Swarm
  • Docker 1.13 Management Commands
  • Analyze Donald Trump Tweets with Couchbase and N1QL
  • AWS Serverless Lambda Scheduled Events to Store Tweets in Couchbase
  • Couchbase Customer Advisory Note – Security
  • Starting a Kubernetes 1.5.x cluster
  • Microservice using AWS Serverless Application Model and Couchbase
  • Microservice using AWS API Gateway, AWS Lambda and Couchbase
  • AWS IoT Button, Lambda and Couchbase
  • Serverless FaaS with AWS Lambda and Java
  • Kubernetes Monitoring with Heapster, InfluxDB and Grafana
  • Couchbase Cluster on Mesos with DC/OS
  • Health Check of Docker Containers
  • Docker for AWS – Getting Started Video
  • Multimaster Kubernetes Cluster on Amazon Using Kops
  • Docker Container Anti Patterns
  • Docker on Windows 2016 Server
  • Persisting Couchbase Data Across Container Restarts
  • Windows Server 2016 Using VirtualBox – Getting Ready for Docker
  • Minikube – Rapid Dev & Testing for Kubernetes
  • Getting Started with Kubernetes 1.4 using Spring Boot and Couchbase
  • Deployment Pipeline using Docker, Jenkins, Java and Couchbase
  • Docker Service and Swarm Mode to Create Couchbase Cluster
  • Docker, Minecraft, Rx Java, CI/CD, Couchbase at JavaOne 2016
  • Stateful Containers on Kubernetes using Persistent Volume and Amazon EBS
  • Couchbase Connect 2016 Call for Papers
  • Labels and Constraints with Docker Daemon and Service
  • Couchbase Docker Container on Amazon ECS
  • Docker Daemon Log with Docker for Mac
  • Getting Started with Docker for AWS and Scaling Nodes
  • Docker-native CI/CD with Codeship Webinar – Part 1
  • Docker Services, Stack and Distributed Application Bundle
  • Microservices using WildFly Swarm, Docker and Couchbase
  • Kubernetes Cluster on Azure and Expose Couchbase Service
  • Docker for Java Developers with IntelliJ IDEA Webinar Replay
  • Couchbase XDCR using Docker Swarm, Machine and Compose
  • Scaling and Rebalancing a Couchbase Cluster using CLI
  • Couchbase Cluster on Amazon using CLI
  • Couchbase on Amazon Marketplace
  • Couchbase Cluster on Docker Swarm using Docker Compose and Docker Machine
  • Couchbase Weekly, May 11, 2016
  • Couchbase on Mesos using DC/OS and Amazon
  • Docker container using Apache Mesos and Marathon
  • Couchbase 4.5 Application Contest – Chance to win $500 Amazon gift card!
  • Couchbase 4.5 Beta is Now Available – Faster, Simpler, More Secure
  • Setup Docker on Windows Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2016 using VirtualBox for Docker Containers
  • Couchbase Weekly, Apr 18, 2016
  • DevRelCon San Francisco 2016 is a wrap!
  • Couchbase Weekly, Apr 11, 2016
  • Monitoring Docker Containers – docker stats, cAdvisor, Universal Control Plane
  • Couchbase Mobile at Xamarin Evolve
  • Couchbase Weekly, Mar 28, 2016
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 7 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Couchbase Weekly, Mar 22, 2016
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 6 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Getting Started with Docker Cloud
  • Couchbase Weekly, Mar 14, 2016
  • Docker Tooling in Eclipse Video
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 5 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Kubernetes Namespaces, Resource Quota, and Limits for QoS in Cluster
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 4 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Devoxx4Kids at Red Hat Summit and Dev Nation 2016
  • Kubernetes Cluster on Google Cloud and Expose Couchbase Service
  • Kubernetes Cluster on Amazon and Expose Couchbase Service
  • Couchbase Weekly, Feb 29, 2016
  • Couchbase on Kubernetes
  • Docker Installation Scripts – CLI, Machine, Compose, Version Manager
  • Couchbase Docker Container
  • Couchbase 4.5 Developer Preview Now Available!
  • Couchbase Weekly, Feb 15, 2016
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 3 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Couchbase Weekly Feb 8, 2016
  • Enable Docker Remote API on Docker Machine on Mac OS X
  • Docker 1.10, Machine 0.6.0, Compose 1.6.0 – better volumes and networking
  • Deploy Docker to Amazon Cloud using Tutum
  • Couchbase Weekly Feb 1, 2016
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Part 2 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Couchbase Weekly Jan 25, 2016
  • 20 Ways to Connect with Couchbase Community
  • NetBeans Plugin for Couchbase Plugin Part 1 – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Query JSON using SQL with Couchbase Query Workbench – Coffee on Couchbase
  • Couchbase Cloud Recipes – Pick your favorite!
  • JBoss EAP 7 and NoSQL using Java EE and Docker
  • Couchbase on OpenShift 3
  • StarWars, Open Source and NoSQL – A New Hope!
  • Couchbase 4.1 Docker Container
  • Docker Bridge and Overlay Network with Compose Variable Substitution
  • Show Layers of Docker Image
  • “Network timed out” Docker error
  • Docker Machine, Swarm and Compose for multi-container and multi-host applications with Couchbase and WildFly
  • JavaOne4Kids 2015 Wrapup – Devoxx4Kids and Oracle Academy Together!
  • Docker Swarm Cluster using Consul
  • Docker Networking with Couchbase and WildFly
  • Configure Couchbase Docker Container using REST API
  • Attach Shell to Docker container
  • CRUD Java Application with Couchbase, Java EE and WildFly
  • Docker, Kubernetes, and Microservices Replay from Devoxx 2015
  • Docker 1.9 – Virtual networks, persistent storage, production-ready Swarm
  • Docker Machine “client is newer than server” error
  • Couchbase Cluster using Docker Compose
  • Why Couchbase over MongoDB? #SayNoToMongoDB
  • Couchbase at JavaOne 2015
  • Couchbase 4.0 Datasheets – Server, N1QL, Multi-dimensional Scaling
  • Getting Started with Couchbase using Docker
  • We Are Hiring a Couchbase Developer Advocate
  • 8 Things to know about Couchbase
  • Couchbase 4.0 Server: N1QL (SQL + JSON), Multi-dimensional scaling, Global secondary index, more
  • New Gig at Couchbase
  • Au Revoir Red Hat
  • Minecraft Modding at Schools and Libraries
  • WildFly Admin Console Updated – Feedback Requested
  • Silicon Valley Code Camp for Kids 2015 – Submit and Register
  • Kubernetes Application – Package Multiple Resources Together
  • Docker and Kubernetes Workshops in Fall 2015
  • JBoss EAP gives 509% ROI over closed source application servers
  • Docker Toolbox
  • Getting Started with ELK Stack on WildFly
  • Kubernetes Design Patterns
  • Scaling Kubernetes Cluster
  • Automatic Restarting of Pods inside Replication Controller of Kubernetes Cluster
  • Minecon 2015 Wrapup
  • Multi-container Applications using Docker Compose and Swarm
  • Microservices and DevOps Journey at Wix
  • DevNation and Red Hat Summit 2015 Wrapup
  • Minecon 2015 – Minecraft Modding Workshop and Education Panel
  • Devoxx4Kids at Red Hat Summit 2015
  • Docker 1.7.0, Docker Machine 0.3.0, Docker Compose 1.3.0, Docker Swarm 0.3.0
  • ZooKeeper for Microservice Registration and Discovery
  • Monolithic to Microservices Refactoring for Java EE Applications
  • Microservices at Red Hat Summit 2015
  • Docker Tools in Eclipse
  • Devoxx4Kids workshops at Red Hat Summit and DevNation – Register Now!
  • Gilt and Microservices: Why and How
  • Cloud, Devops, Microservices Track Program Committee at JavaOne 2015
  • Java EE, Docker and Maven (Tech Tip #89)
  • Microservices with JBoss EAP 6 Reference Architecture
  • Deploying Java EE Application to Docker Swarm Cluster (Tech Tip #88)
  • Java EE, DevOps, Microservices at Red Hat Summit and DevNation
  • JDK 9 REPL: Getting Started (Tech Tip #87)
  • WildFly Swarm: Building Microservices with Java EE
  • WildFly 9 on NetBeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ, OpenShift, and Maven (Tech Tip #86)
  • WildFly 9.0 CR1 is Released – HTTP/2, Intelligent Load Balancing, Graceful shutdown, Offline CLI, more
  • #102030: Celebrating 20 Years of Java by Running 20 10K in 30 Days
  • Devoxx4Kids CFP at Red Hat Summit and DevNation
  • Clustering Using Docker Swarm 0.2.0 (Tech Tip #85)
  • JBoss Heroes – The Road to Awesome!
  • JavaOne4Kids 2015 – Submit Your Talks
  • JBoss EAP 6.4 – Java 8, JSR 356 WebSocket, Kereberos auth for management
  • Docker 1.6 released – Docker Machine 0.2.0 (Tech Tip #84)
  • Paris Marathon 2015 – Electric and Runtastic
  • Docker MySQL Persistence (Tech Tip #83)
  • Minecraft Modding with Forge Webinar Replay
  • Minecraft Modding with Forge – Print and Ebook Now Available
  • Microservice Design Patterns
  • JavaOne Cloud, DevOps, Containers, Microservices etc. Track
  • Microservices, Monoliths, and NoOps
  • Minecraft Server on Google Cloud – Tech Tip #82
  • Minecraft Modding Course at Elementary School – Teach Java to Kids
  • Configure JRebel with Docker containers – Tech Tip #81
  • 9 Docker recipes for Java EE Applications – Tech Tip #80
  • Deploy to WildFly and Docker from Eclipse – Tech Tip #79
  • Docker Machine to Setup Docker Host – Tech Tip #78
  • Docker Compose to Orchestrate Containers – Tech Tip #77
  • Jenkins to Nexus with Git Polling – Tech Tip #76
  • Announcing JBoss Champions
  • Bind WildFly to a different IP address, or all addresses on multihomed (Tech Tip #75)
  • Build Binaries Only Once for Continuous Deployment
  • Setup Local Nexus Repository and Deploying WAR File from Maven (Tech Tip #74)
  • Tips for Effective Session Submissions at Technology Conferences
  • Database Migrations in Java EE using Flyway (Hanginar #6)
  • OpenShift v3: Getting Started with Java EE 7 using WildFly and MySQL (Tech Tip #73)
  • MySQL as Kubernetes Service, Access from WildFly Pod (Tech Tip #72)
  • Continuous Integration, Delivery, Deployment and Maturity Model
  • Java EE 7 and WildFly on Kubernetes using Vagrant (Tech Tip #71)
  • Domain Driven Design using Java EE (Hanginar #5)
  • Vagrant with Docker provider, using WildFly and Java EE 7 image
  • Build Kubernetes on Mac OS X (Tech Tip #70)
  • Minecraft Modding with Forge: Pre-release of a New O’Reilly Book
  • Key Concepts of Kubernetes
  • Hibernate OGM: NoSQL solutions for Java EE (Hanginar #4)
  • How to write effective and SEO-friendly blogs?
  • Docker container linking across multiple hosts (Tech Tip #69)
  • Reactive HTML presentations using Reveal.js, Gist, and OpenShift (Tech Tip #69)
  • Docker orchestration using Fig (Tech Tip #68)
  • WildFly Admin Console in a Docker image (Tech Tip #67)
  • WildFly/JavaEE7 and MySQL linked on two Docker containers (Tech Tip #66)
  • Resolve “dial unix /var/run/docker.sock” error with Docker (Tech Tip #65)
  • Java EE Workflows on OpenShift (Tech Tip #64)
  • Modular Java EE applications with OSGi (Hanginar #3)
  • Patching Weld 3 in WildFly 8.2 – First Experimental RI of Java EE 8 (Tech Tip #63)
  • Run Java EE Tests on Docker using Arquillian Cube (Tech Tip #62)
  • Java EE 7 Hands-on Lab on WildFly and Docker (Tech Tip #61)
  • jOOQ and how it relates to JDBC, Java EE, Hibernate, etc (Hanginar #2)
  • Remove Docker image and container with a criteria (Tech Tip #60)
  • Docker Common Commands Cheatsheet (Tech Tip #59)
  • Pushing Docker images to Registry (Tech Tip #58)
  • Create your own Docker image (Tech Tip #57)
  • Deployment Pipeline for Java EE 7 with WildFly, Arquillian, Jenkins, and OpenShift (Tech Tip #56)
  • Continuous Deployment with Java EE 7, WildFly, and Docker – (Hanginar #1)
  • Arquillian tests on a WildFly instance hosted on OpenShift (Tech Tip #55)
  • Enable Arquillian on an existing Java EE project, using Forge Addon (Tech Tip #54)
  • Red Hatters at Devoxx 2014
  • Java EE 7 Video Course on voxxed.com
  • Slides from Nuts and Bolts of WebSocket at #Devoxx 2014
  • STOMP over WebSocket (Tech Tip #53)
  • Create WildFly OpenShift application using Command Line Tools (Tech Tip #52)
  • Ceylon JUG Tour 2014 Summary
  • Big Data and Beyond Webinar Series by Red Hat
  • Devoxx4Kids at JavaOne 2014 Wrapup
  • WebSocket Chat on WildFly and OpenShift (Tech Tip #51)
  • Securing WebSocket using wss and HTTPS/TLS (Tech Tip #50)
  • Securing WebSockets using Username/Password and Servlet Security (Tech Tip #49)
  • Data as a Service: JBoss Data Virtualization and Hadoop powering your Big Data solutions
  • Silicon Valley Code Camp for Kids 2014
  • Log your miles and community runs: Java EE 7 Real World Experience
  • Java EE 7, JBoss, WildFly, Devoxx4Kids, and Parties at JavaOne 2014
  • Advise to Microsoft on Mojang and Minecraft
  • Load Balance WebSockets using Apache HTTPD (Tech Tip #48)
  • WildFly with a custom configuration in OpenShift (Tech Tip #47)
  • Java EE 7 Real World Experience: Campground Management with Tipi.camp
  • Cloud in a Box: OpenShift Online in VirtualBox (Tech Tip #46)
  • Compiling Apache HTTPD on Mac (Tech Tip #45)
  • Java EE 6 Sample, with HTML5, jQuery, Hybrid mobile: aka Ticket Monster (Tech Tip #44)
  • WildFly 9: Features and Getting Started (Tech Tip #43)
  • Java EE 7 Javadocs Download, Online, Tutorial, Samples (Tech Tip #42)
  • Using Infinispan as a persistency solution
  • Ceylon JUG Tour – US 2014
  • JBoss Middleware: Accelerate, Integrate, Automate
  • WildFly Administration Course by Alexis Hassler
  • JBoss EAP 6.3 now available!
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 7 (Tech Tip #41)
  • Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.3 is now available!
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 6 (Tech Tip #40)
  • Shape the future of JBoss EAP and WildFly Web Console
  • Getting Started with Docker (Tech Tip #39)
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 5 (Tech Tip #38)
  • Defaults in Java EE 7 (Tech Tip #37)
  • Schedule Java EE 7 Batch Jobs (Tech Tip #36)
  • Markus Eisele joining Red Hat JBoss Middleware
  • Eclipse Luna and JBoss Tools (Tech Tip #35)
  • Testable Java EE 7 Maven Archetype, using Arquillian (Tech Tip #34)
  • Java EE 7 Hands-on Lab on WildFly and OpenShift (Tech Tip #33)
  • JBoss Tools Community Acceptance Testing (JBoss Tools CAT)
  • DeltaSpike 1.0 – Extend #JavaEE beyond #JavaEE (Tech Tip #32)
  • WildFly plugin integrated in NetBeans (Tech Tip #31)
  • Java EE BoF at DevoxxUK Notes
  • JUDCon Boston 2014 and History/Future
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 4 (Tech Tip #30)
  • Patch WildFly in Offline and Online Modes (Tech Tip #29)
  • WildFly Cluster on Raspberry Pi (Tech Tip #28)
  • WildFly Managed Domain on Raspberry Pi (Tech Tip #27)
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 3 (Tech Tip #26)
  • JBoss User Group Worldwide: Learn JBoss Technologies using G+ Hangout
  • WildFly on Raspberry Pi (Tech Tip #25)
  • JBoss/WildFly: Top Java EE Application Server for 5 years in ZeroTurnaround Reports
  • Configuration JSR in Java EE 8 – What should be covered ?
  • JBoss EAP 6.3 Beta Released: WebSockets, Domain recovery, New console homepage, Improved Security
  • Help shape the future of EAP 7: Feedback on Admin Console
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 2 (Tech Tip #24)
  • PicketLink: Simplified Security and Identity Management for Java
  • WebSocket in JBoss EAP 6.3 (Tech Tip #23)
  • Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge – Part 1 (Tech Tip #22)
  • JBoss Events Calendar
  • Getting Started with WildFly in OpenShift and JBoss Developer Studio (Tech Tip #21)
  • WildFly 8 Launch Presentations in 40+ JUGs in 6 continents
  • FREE JBoss Workshops in Boston and Washington DC – May 22
  • WildFly 8, Java EE 7, and Eclipse/JBoss Developer Studio Screencast (Tech Tip #20)
  • WildFly 8 and IntelliJ IDEA Screencast (Tech Tip #19)
  • Java EE 7 Reference Card at DZone
  • NetBeans 8 and WildFly 8 Screencasts (Tech Tip #18)
  • Blog Statistics: April 2014
  • JBoss xPaaS: aPaaS, iPaaS, bpmPaaS, dvPaaS, mPaaS on OpenShift
  • Meet DevNation speakers at JBoss Developer Lounge
  • FREE JBoss Integration, BRMS, and EAP workshops in Atlanta, Dallas, Montreal
  • Rapid Java EE Application Development using Forge 2 (Tech Tip #17)
  • Gavin King: Ceylon at DevNation 2014
  • Mauricio Leal: CDI Training and Mobile Experience with WebSocket at DevNation 2014
  • Grant Shipley: OpenShift at DevNation 2014
  • WildFly 8 Clustering and Session Failover (Tech Tip #16)
  • WildFly 8, JDK 8, NetBeans 8, Java EE 7: Excellent combo for enterprise Java
  • Lincoln Baxter: JBoss Forge at DevNation 2014
  • Keeny Peeples: Red Hat JBoss Fuse and OpenShift at DevNation 2014
  • Aslak Knutsen: Enterprise Testing at DevNation 2014
  • Anton Arhipov: JRebel Story at DevNation 2014d
  • Stan Lewis: hawtio at DevNation 2014
  • Ioannis Canellos: Fabric8 at DevNation 2014
  • Java EE 7 and WildFly in France, Germany, and Switzerland
  • Paul Robinson: Transactional Guarantees to MongoDB at DevNation 2014
  • Migrate from GlassFish to JBoss/WildFly or TomEE: RebelLabs
  • Markus Eisele: JavaScript and Java EE together at DevNation 2014
  • Paul Bakker: OSGi at DevNation 2014
  • iPaaS Developer Preview: JBoss Fuse in OpenShift
  • Meet Mike Milinkovich: Speaker at DevNation 2014
  • xPaaS: Making PaaS Enterprise Ready
  • FREE Minecraft Server Hosting on OpenShift (Tech Tip #15)
  • DevNation Banners and Blog Badges
  • Oracle Coherence Grid Edition 12.1.2 vs Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.2
  • Cordova: Getting Started with iOS and Android Applications (Tech Tip #14)
  • IBM WebSphere Liberty Core 8.5.5 vs Red Hat JBoss EAP 6.2
  • DevNation 2014: Top notch speakers, Sessions, Labs, Hackfests, …
  • REST vs WebSocket Comparison and Benchmarks
  • Vert.x-athon at EclipseCon 2014
  • Undertow, Vert.x, and Netty Benchmarks
  • WildFly 8 is now available!
  • WildFly 8 Video Playlist (Tech Tip #13)
  • Why I love JUDCon India 2014!
  • JUDCon India 2014 is a wrap!
  • JBoss EAP 6 High Availability by PacktPub Book Review
  • Role Based Access Control in WildFly 8 (Tech Tip #12)
  • Getting Started with IntelliJ IDEA by PacktPub Book Review
  • Webinar Replay and Q&A Transcript: WildFly/JBoss EAP instead of GlassFish/WebLogic
  • Deploy to WildFly using jboss-cli (Tech Tip #11)
  • Deploy to WildFly using curl (Tech Tip #10)
  • WildFly Maven Plugin to Deploy Applications and Artifacts (Tech Tip #9)
  • Multiple Instances of WildFly on Different Ports on Same Machine (Tech Tip #8)
  • DevNation: Announcing New Conference for Open Source and Polyglot Developers
  • WildFly 8 CR1 on OpenShift (Tech Tip #7)
  • WildFly 8 CR1 is now available!
  • NetBeans 8 and WildFly 8 (Tech Tip #6)
  • New Webinar on Jan 8: WildFly for Innovation, Red Hat JBoss EAP for Commercial Support
  • Devoxx 2013 Parleys Channel : Java EE Talks and Red Hat Projects Session Replays
  • Getting Started with JBoss Tools and WildFly (Tech Tip #5)
  • JUDCon India 2014: FREE conference pass for JBUG/JUG Leaders and Java Champions
  • Come and Play! with Java EE 7 – JavaOne 2013 Session
  • IntelliJ IDEA 13, Java EE 7 and WildFly (Tech Tip #4)
  • JBoss EAP 6.2 is Now Available: RBAC, Patching, Administrative Audit Logging
  • Red Hat at JavaLand : Java EE 7, Enterprise Testing using Arquillian, JBoss Way
  • Java EE Samples Github Organization: Java EE 7 Samples and Hands-on Lab already moved
  • JBoss EAP 6 Clustering Reference Architecture
  • Introduce Java Programming to Kids – JavaOne 2013 Session
  • GlassFish Commercial is Dead, WildFly and JBoss EAP to the Rescue
  • Red Hat moments at Devoxx
  • Notes from Java EE meetup at Devoxx
  • Java EE 7 Hackergarten @ Devoxx 2013
  • Java EE 7 University at Devoxx 2013
  • One session at #Devoxx 2013
  • Java EE 7 at Transylvania JUG
  • J-Fall 2013 Report
  • Luxembourg JUG and JAX London Report
  • JFall, Transylvania JUG, and Devoxx
  • Java EE 7 Sessions from JavaOne 2013
  • Java EE 7 Implementations in WildFly (Tech Tip #3)
  • Java EE 7 Samples (Tech Tip #2)
  • Java EE 7 at Luxembourg JUG and JAX London
  • Getting Started with WildFly (TechTip #1)
  • Red Hat Technologies and Products
  • Farewell from Oracle, Starting at Red Hat
  • Welcome to “Miles to go” 2.0
  • 3 thoughts on “Archives

    1. Hi Arun,
      Excuse me for boring you with this not-related reply, but I’m interested about one of your old blogs:
      https://blogs.oracle.com/arungupta/entry/totd_163_application_scoped_resources
      At the beginning of this blog, you mentioned:”This can cause resource starvation for a particular application due to usage by other applications. ”
      So what’s the behavior of ‘starvation’? Can two applications using the same global jdbc-connection-pool result in “Lock wait timeout exceeded;” or such exception?
      It’s all right if you can’t remember this old blog.
      Thanks!

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