1 Oct 2009 - New York, NY

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Thursday, October 1st


New York Coherence Special Interest Group (NYCSIG)
Date: Thursday - October 1, 2009
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm EDT
Where: Oracle Office
Room 30076
520 Madison Avenue
30th Floor
New York, NY
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Closest Subways: Lexington Ave - 53rd St Station - (E, V)
5th Ave - 53rd St Station - (E, V)
51st St Station - (4, 6)
Agenda
Time What Detail Who
5:30 Open Pizza & Refreshments  
5:45 Welcome Welcome to the NYCSIG & Introductions. Craig Blitz - Oracle
5:45 Presentation Introduction to Coherence Tools Aleksandar Seovic - S4HC
6:35 Presentation Giving Your Persistent Storage "Memory" with Oracle Coherence Patrick Peralta - Oracle
7:25 Presentation Optimizing Your Coherence Network Mark Falco - Oracle
8:10 Close Next Meeting Outline & Announcements Craig Blitz - Oracle
Presentation Abstracts
Introduction to Coherence Tools
Aleksandar Seovic (speaker bio) Founder and Managing Director (S4HC, Inc.)
Oracle Coherence provides many great features out of the box, but it also has a number of extension points. In this session I will provide an overview of Coherence Tools, a collection of Coherence extensions and utilities I created while working on the book and subsequently decided to open source for the benefit of the community.

We will look at things ranging from more powerful value extractors, to different ways to integrate Coherence and Spring, to utilities such as identity generator and cache loader. Best of all, because many of these use Coherence extension points you are already familiar with, you'll be able to use them as soon as you walk out of the meeting.
Giving Your Persistent Storage "Memory" with Oracle Coherence
Patrick Peralta (speaker bio) Senior Software engineer (Oracle)
Today's enterprise requires reliable, scalable, and real-time access to mission-critical and constantly changing data. This session explores the benefits that Oracle Coherence, an in-memory data grid, can provide to traditional persistent storage. Oracle Coherence bridges the gap between horizontally scalable, low-latency in-memory access and persistent durable storage. This is the case with a relational database (with or without object-relational mapping), a mainframe, a Web service, or any other persistence mechanism. The presentation explores various caching patterns and techniques to scale both reads and writes in order to meet current and future user demand.
Optimizing Your Coherence Network
Mark Falco (speaker bio) Mark Falco, Consulting Member Technical Staff (Oracle)
Networking is at the core of Oracle Coherence. All Coherence services sit atop TCMP, a UDP-based cluster protocol. The performance of your Coherence implementation depends on an optimized network infrastructure. This talk, from a Coherence architect, guides you through some of the key factors when tuning your network, and helps you understand how your choices interact with Coherence under the covers.
Call For Speakers
The NYCSIG is looking for speakers. Do you have an interesting Coherence implementation you can show or discuss? Please let us know if you're interested in speaking or if there is a topic you would like to see presented at our next meeting.

Registration:

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