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Cloud live mode – just like traditional on-premise FusionReactor


FusionReactor Cloud (the SaaS solution) has a lot of functionality that the traditional on-premise Java agent (On-Prem) has, but has struggled with the perception that its not as ‘real-time’. Both Cloud and On-Prem have live mode for many features; both have the same information and update as quickly. Live Graphs Graphs in both FusionReactor On-Prem […]

Object-Oriented Programming; what is Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction & Encapsulation?


Object-oriented programming refers to the concept in high-level languages such as Java and Python that uses Objects and classes in their implementations. OOP has four major building blocks which are, Polymorphism, Encapsulation, Abstraction, and Inheritance.  There are other programming paradigms such as Procedural programming in which codes are written in sequentially. Python and Java are […]

Our move from Confluence to mkdocs


For many years the FusionReactor product documentation has been ran on a confluence server. We maintained our own server for many years and currently use the cloud version, but its never really been ticking all the boxes for our product documentation. For each major release of FusionReactor we have a separate confluence space on the […]

FusionReactor ends support for Java 1.6


FusionReactor will be dropping support for Java 1.6 with FusionReactor 8.3.0. This release is currently scheduled for the end of this year / early 2020. Fusionreactor 8.2.x releases will be the last micro releases to support Java 1.6. FusionReactor customers have been moving off Java 1.6 for some time and only 0.3% of FusionReactor 8 […]

Maven Surefire Stack Trace Problem


For some months we have been having problems with maven-surefire-plugin showing very strange exception stack traces. After some searching, I found out that maven-surefire-plugin has a trimStackTrace configuration option which is set to true by default. See http://maven.apache.org/surefire/maven-surefire-plugin/test-mojo.html#trimStackTrace I have no idea who thought that removing part of the stack trace would be a good […]