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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.

June MJUG Meeting – JBoss Seam – June 24th 7pm

We will be having our next meeting on June 24th, 7pm.  JBoss will be giving a technical presentation on Seam and JBoss ESB.  We will have food, drinks, prizes, a giveaways.  Its been a while since we have all gotten together, and we want a good turnout!

Location:

Royal Carribean Miramar Office

3rd floor
14700 Caribbean Way
Miramar, FL 33027

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=14700+caribbean+way+miramar,+fl+33027&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=50.424342,82.265625&ie=UTF8&ll=25.988466,-80.337449&spn=0.00705,0.010042&t=h&z=17&iwloc=addr

JBoss World – 2008 – Orlando, FL

Modernize your IT. Transform your business.

JBoss World Orlando is the hot place to be and be seen this winter, when much of the rest of the country will be in deep freeze. It is the world’s largest gathering for users of JBoss, Red Hat, and other related open source solutions. The event’s comprehensive agenda will focus on the technologies, best practices, and industry insights to help IT executives, architects, and developers make better decisions about open source and be successful in driving business transformation in their organizations.

Tracks…..

This year’s agenda will concentrate on five tracks aligned to the technology and business areas that will help you modernize your IT infrastructure.

* Core Platform Technologies – Covers the essential technologies underpinning your application infrastructure.
* Next- Generation Web Technologies – Learn about emerging technologies, frameworks, and designs enabling the Web as a computing platform.
* Services and Integration – Covers the technologies, standards, and best practices to guide your shift to a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
* Optimize, Secure, Manage – Covers the technologies and solutions that extend the lifecycle of your applications.
* Executive Insights – Covers the business trends and industry developments that shape the way we think about IT and computing.

In addition, you are invited to participate in an array of “Birds-of-a-Feather” discussions throughout the conference.

Registration: http://www.jbossworld.com/register/

Who Should Attend: http://www.jbossworld.com/why_attend/

Speakers: http://www.jbossworld.com/speakers/

Agenda: http://www.jbossworld.com/agenda/

Submit an Innovation Award: http://www.jbossworld.com/jbia/

Receive a 10% discount with this promo code JBWO10CD


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