Apache Iignite Best Practices for Native Persistence and Data Recovery

Apache Iignite Best Practices for Native Persistence and Data Recovery

Join Virtual Apache Ignite Meetup for the talk on one of the most demanded topics: Ignite Persistence. 

5:30 AM Pacific Daylight Time
8:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time
1:30 PM British Summer Time 
2:20 PM Central European Summer Time
3:30 PM Moscow Standard Time
6:00 PM India Standard Time
8:30 PM Singapore Time
8:30 PM China Standard Time

As an in-memory computing platform, Apache Ignite supports native persistence that stores data and indexes transparently on non-volatile memory, SSD or disk. When persistence is enabled, the memory becomes a cache for the most frequently used data and indexes. Native persistence is ACID-compliant, durable, and enables immediate availability on a restart of each node. Data is never lost; GridGain supports full and incremental snapshots along with continuous archiving and provides Point-in-Time recovery to an individual transaction.

Join Ivan Rakov, one of the senior engineers who developed native persistence, backup and Point-in-Time recovery, as he provides his insights into the underlying architecture and best practices for implementing native persistence in production. This session will cover:

- An architectural overview of native persistence, and centralized backup and recovery
- Tips and tricks for configuring and managing persistence
- Best practices for checkpointing, using the Write-Ahead Log (WAL) and restoring from a failure
- Performance tuning recommendations to balance durability and performance, including how to create snapshots under load

Ivan Rakov
Apache Ignite Committer and Team Lead at GridGain R&D
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