Al Saganich (speaker bio) Sr. Principal Curriculum Developer (Oracle)
Prior to partition level transactions, accessing a cache from an entry processor could result in deadlock or inconsistent data or worst. Coherence Partition Level Transactions, introduced in version 3.7, provide a mechanism for accessing entries within an entry processor from multiple caches. This presentation will present the concepts of and mechanisms for accessing other keys in the same cache, or entries in other caches, as well as related concepts all in the context of a single transaction.
Oracle NoSQL Database and Coherence Integration - A Solution For Big Data Problems
Mark Noyes (speaker bio) Consulting Member of Technical Staff (Oracle)
We will present a technical overview of Oracle NoSQL Database, a massively scalable, transactional key-value store. Also presented will be big data use cases that provide a rationale for an integrated solution and explain why such an integrated solution is key to meeting the stringent latency and scale requirements in these scenarios.
Creating your own Server-Side Services (with Coherence 12.1.2)
Brian Oliver (speaker bio) Senior Principal Solutions Architect (Oracle)
In this talk we examine some of the new configuration features coming in Coherence 12.1.2 and in particular walk through how to create your own application specific configurable highly-available Cluster-managed services. Possible uses for this paradigm include; embedding intelligent application agents (like complex event handlers and schedulers), pre-warming and initializing caches or integrating framework infrastructure like Spring or Guice.
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