[DeveloperWeek 2022. Cloud] The Pragmatic Deployment Strategy for Multi-Cloud Architecture with Apache Ignite
Multi-cloud deployments, with a mix of different public cloud providers, private clouds, and legacy on-premise services, are the reality of enterprise architecture. Integration of applications scattered across different regions and clouds is one of the key challenges of moving to the cloud.
Cloud deployments offer the potential for almost infinite resources and flexible scalability. But there are so many options! It can be overwhelming to know which services are best for your use case. Building distributed systems which take advantage of in-memory computing only adds to the complexity.
Ignite Summit is the premier event for developers who want to use Apache Ignite, distributed databases, and in-memory computing to tackle speed and scale challenges. It brings the community together to learn from those who built Ignite, and those who develop sophisticated Ignite-powered services you use every day.
Denis Magda, GridGain Vice President of Developer Relations in R&D and Apache Ignite Committer and PMC Member, will present, “In-Memory Computing Essentials for Java Architects and Developers.” The session will introduce software engineers and architects to the fundamental capabilities of distributed, in-memory systems and provide guidance on how to tap into a cluster's…
The In-Memory Computing Summit 2020 is a free, virtual technical conference for the worldwide community which focuses on the full range of in-memory computing-related technologies and solutions. The event will highlight the role of in-memory computing in digital transformation, available technologies, and successful use cases.
This introduction to the Apache Ignite in-memory computing platform will provide best practices on how best to structure and deploy in-memory applications on both public and hybrid clouds. In addition, the talk will identify key metrics that can help you maximize application performance.
Join us to learn how in-memory computing solutions can advance your micro-services architectures and accelerate Apache Spark-powered workloads. This session is to be led by Nicolas Frankel a Developer Advocate of Hazelcast, and Denis Magda, Apache Ignite PMC member and GridGain Head of Developer Relations. Agenda:
Whether you want to scale to petabytes or tap into RAM, there is a solution for Postgres. Let's review these practical solutions, including built-in caching, sharding, and in-memory data grids like Apache Ignite.