January Meeting

Everything’s ready for our first 2009 meeting. Orion Letizi from
Terracotta will be presenting on Clustered Architecture Patterns.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009, 7:00 PM – 9:45 PM

* Networking (7:00 – 7:30)
* Clustered Architecture Patterns (Terracotta) (7:45 – 9:30)

Presentation Abstract:
Clustered Architecture Patterns: Delivering Scalability and

Developing enterprise apps that run on server clusters is hard.
Current approaches are hard on the application developer, demanding on
the application infrastructure, and suffer from serious performance
and scalability limits.

This session introduces Network-Attached Memory, Terracotta’s open
source technology that transparently extends Java heap and the Java
Memory Model across multiple JVMs, and shows how to use it to develop
simple, yet scalable applications. The talk focuses on the new
Terracotta Web Application Reference Implementation, an example of a
best-of-breed software stack (Spring, Spring WebFlow, SpringMVC,
Spring Security, Sitemesh, Hibernate, Ehcache, and more) using
Terracotta for scalability and high availability.

The talk will also discuss actual deployments where Network-Attached
Memory is currently delivering HA and scale, dramatically reducing
load on expensive databases.

Speakers Bio:
Orion Letizi is a co-founder and software engineer at Terracotta. He
has worked in enterprise Java for over ten years. Before Terracotta,
he was a software architect at Walmart.com.

DeVry Miramar Campus
2300 SW 145th Ave
Miramar, FL 33027
Room 254

Sponsor: KForce.com

See you there!

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