June 8, 2010 – Presentation by Terracotta

Terracotta will be presenting at our next MJUG meeting. Details below:

When: June 8, 2010 at 6:30pm
Where: Royal Caribbean in Miramar
14700 Caribbean Way
Miramar, FL33027 (behind the DeVry University building)

Who: Greg Luck of Terracotta

The presentation:

Title: Taking control of your application scale, database or NOSQL, using the new features in Ehcache 2.0
Abstract: Ehcache is an open source, standards-based cache used in a wide array of applications to boost performance, offload the database and simplify scalability. Ehcache is robust and in use in thousands of mission-critical applications. It is the most widely used Java-based cache.
With the release of 2.0, you can use Ehcache to:
• Snap into Hibernate, OpenJPA, Eclipselink and offload the database 80% or cache direct JDBC responses from the database by hand
• Build the highest performance into your application using write-behind, ReadOnly views, NonStop caches, WAN replication, and more of the new enterprise-class features in the framework
• Monitor and tune your caches in production with JMX or your favorite monitoring tool like Nagios

You will learn:
• How to snap Ehcache into the latest Hibernate
• The differences between Ehcache, expensive data grids from companies like Oracle and IBM, and Memcached
• About the new Ehcache Monitor and how to use it
• About the detailed roadmap of Ehcache 2 through the rest of this year.


1 Response to “June 8, 2010 – Presentation by Terracotta”

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