Apache Ignite Deployment Patterns
The Apache® Ignite™ in-memory computing platform comprises high-performance distributed, multi-tiered storage and computing facilities, plus a comprehensive set of APIs, libraries, and frameworks for consumption and solution delivery (all with a “memory first” paradigm). This rich set of capabilities enables one to configure and deploy Ignite in many diverse system patterns. The platform can be used as a simple cache, an in-memory data grid (IMDG) that offloads an underlying relational database for the acceleration of web applications. It can function as a full-fledged, in-memory database that serves analytic and operational applications, thus functioning as an in-memory database (IMDB) with its own persistence tier. Finally, the platform can function as a digital integration hub (DIH) with its external system integration and compute and event-based processing in a fully integrated business system architecture.
Wednesday, October 25nd, 2008 GridGain will be presenting at SoCal Code Camp, Los Angeles, 2008. If you are in or around LA - stop by for a good talk! Having been in previous code camp conferences - this is great venue with interesting talks. All details are here: http://www.socalcodecamp.comSee you there!
Wednesday, September 17th, 2008 will be a busy day for GridGain as we present atJavaZone 2008 at Oslo, Norway as well as at home here in Silicon Valley at Cloud Computing User Group.If you are in Oslo or in Silicon Valley come to see us!
GridGain will be back to Colorado this Wednesday, August 13th presenting at Denver Java User Group. This is second time GridGain technology will be presented in a mile high city in less than 10 days and we are excited about it! All the details are here: http://www.denverjug.orgSee you there!
I'm going to be presenting at Open Source Grid and Cluster Conference this Thursday, May 15th, 2008 at Oakland, CA.This is special type of presentation as this conference is right in the venue of GridGain does - open source grid computing. I will be doing a short 30 mins "GridGain - Java Grid Computing Made Simple" presentation in the morning and then participate in a power panel "Trends in Open…