GridGain project will be presented at OGF25/EGEE International Conference on March 5th, 2009.
EGEE, OGF and OGF-Europe are spearheading efforts to connect developers, users and newcomers to distributed computing for the benefit of business and research, now and in the future. The EGEE 4th User Forum / OGF25 & OGF-Europe’s 2nd International Event will catalyse people from diverse sectors to drive forward the evolution of distributed computing and open standards for the knowledge-based economy.
This premier event in Europe will help to strengthen existing business and research communities and foster new relationships and collaborative developments on a European and global level. Special emphasis will be placed on showcasing high-level technological developments, identifying best practices, evaluating user requirements and deliberating the top priorities for the future.
EGEE 4th User Forum/OGF25 & OGF-Europe’s 2nd International Event is a multi-faceted event featuring keynote talks delivered by high-profile experts from business, government and research, and a series of parallel and joint sessions focusing on specific sectors and Systems, Inc.
For more information visit OGF25/EGEE website.
GridGain 2.1.1 has been released! This is a stability relase that contains number of important bug fixes. See release notes for more information.
Inventigo and GridGain System partnered up in delivering industry first dedicated solution for high performance XML processing on highly distributed cloud computing infrastructure. The integration between GridGain’s Open Cloud Platform and Inventigo’s FastXML product provides ready to use solution for processing large XML payloads in near real-time fashion.
More information at full press release.
GridGain project will be presenting at Calgary JUG this Thursday, February 12th, 2009. As always we are going to have a great time with pizza, cloud computing and raffled iPod with “GridGain – Grid Computing Made Simple” custom engraving :) If you are in Calgary – Edmonton area – I would like to invite you to join us. And don’t forget your laptop – we’ll have some cool demos with ad-hoc grids.
More information at http://cjug.com
See you there!
Wednesday, January 21st, 2009 GridGain will be presenting at New York City JavaSIG. If you are in or around NYC – stop by for a good talk! All details are here: http://www.javasig.com
See you there!
GridGain Systems, Inc is proud to announce the release of GridGain 2.1 – the next version of its innovative Java-based Cloud Development Platform. GridGain 2.1 provides the industry only cloud development and runtime environment that enables development of native cloud applications combined with powerful and elegant simplicity, focus on enterprise Java and industry leading features.
Since its first release in August of 2007 GridGain became the fastest growing Java-based cloud development and runtime platform with over tens of thousands of downloads, more than 700 unique projects utilizing it and deployed in dozens of production systems.
GridGain 2.1 release incorporates number of new and enhanced features:
- Cloud-aware class loading
- Virtualized cloud support with cross-cloud deployment
- Advance MapReduce implementation
- Comprehensive early and late load balancing capabilities
- Automatic and dynamic data partitioning and processing co-location
- Advanced scheduling management
- Revamped deployment implementation
Says Nikita Ivanov, founder of GridGain project: “GridGain 2.1 is the last release in 2.0 product line and it concludes this phase in development of GridGain platform. It incorporates all the major additions we wanted to slot in before the next 3.0 product line rolls out. The goal of GridGain 2.1 was the core enhancement and impeccable stability. This is the release where we implemented cumulative changes long requested by our user community such as Maven repository, per-task SPI customization, tighter Spring integration, pluggable marshalling, and totally new deployment implementation among many other enhancements.“
“GridGain 2.1 solidifies technological foundation for GridGain 3.0 product line that we have been working on since last quarter of 2008. GridGain project is a pioneer development and runtime platform for native cloud applications. This new type of applications is characterized by massive parallelism, taking full advantage of native cloud services and cross-cloud development and deployment paradigm. With our core competence in data and processing parallelization and cloud aware architecture GridGain is rapidly becoming a platform of choice for cloud development. In fact, GridGain software starts every 60 seconds around the globe and roughly half of this usage already comes from Amazon EC2…” continues Nikita Ivanov.
GridGain 2.1 is open source software licensed under LGPL and Apache 2.0 licenses. GridGain project has large and vibrant user and developer community. It is available free for immediate download on all major operating systems.
GridGain will present on 2008 World Summit of Cloud Computing – IGT 2008 on December 2nd, in Tel Aviv, Israel. We’ll be delivering a keynote presentation as well as GridGain workshop.
Our key note presentation and workshop are titles “GridGain – Java Gateway to Cloud Computing”. We are working hard on becoming such a gateway and GridGain project already has many necessary ingredients. If you are around – make sure to stop by and see our presentation (as well as many others). If not on the conference – you’ll find us around Old Jaffa at sunset :)
This is one of the busiest weeks for us in GridGain project as we are presenting at two great conferences: QCon 2008 in San Francisco, CA and Oredev 2008 in Malmo, Sweden. We’ve been to both of these conferences before and they are just great – great talks, great atmosphere, great people.
If you are around please see our presentation and power panel talks. It’s never dull!
GridGain will be presenting this Saturday, November 8th at 9:45am at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008. Last year presentation was great and this year should be even better. If you are around the valley this weekend make sure to stop by – it’s a free event and packed with interesting sessions.
Tuesday, November 4th, GridGain will be presenting at SDForum Java SIG at Palo Alto, CA Cubberley center. All details can be found here http://www.sdforum.org/
If you are around – come see us and learn why GridGain is the fastest growing Java Grid Computing infrastructure.