18 July 2013 - London, UK

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July 18th 2013, London, UK

London Coherence Special Interest Group (LCSIG)
Date: Time: Where:
Thursday - July, 18, 2013 10:00 - 17:30 Oracle Office - Level 6
1 South Place, London, United Kingdom, EC2 M2RB
Closest Tubes:
Moorgate Station
Liverpool Street Station
(< 5 mins walk)

Knightsbridge Suite

10:00 Registration and coffee
10:30 Introductions and update
Dave Felcey, Oracle
10:45 The non-functional benefits of scaling a web tier using Coherence*Web

Many developers and architects avoid clustering web sessions as they perceive it to be “heavy weight”, preferring users to re-authenticate and re-start transaction. In this session Steve will explore how to change this archaic practice by using Coherence*Web to deliver both scalable and highly available applications, that are easier to manage and provide a better user experience.
Mark Addy and Arvind Anandam, C2B2
11:30 Coherence 12c - The "hidden gems" Harvey Raja, Oracle
12:15 Lunch & Networking  
13:15 Sizing Coherence Environments
Andrew Wilson, RBS
14:00 Performance Test Driven Development with Coherence
Performance testing is usually planned at the end of software development cycle. There are reasons for that, but there is also huge risk associated. With Coherence you usually can take few alternative ways to do the job, but not all of these ways will let you meet your performance target. In this talk, Alexey will share his "performance test driven development" philosophy as applied to Coherence, including:

- Performing distributed "micro-benchmarking"
- Potential bottleneck to keep your eye on
- Continuos performance regression testing
Alexey Ragozin, Deutsche Bank
14:45 Coherence at the edge - real-time mobile event delivery from Oracle Coherence using Diffusion, Push Technology's data streaming platform
Andy will discuss how the Diffusion Server can be integrated with Coherence to deliver real-time events to 1000's of clients, using a wide range of mobile devices

Updated: See Andy's blog post on Coherent Difusion
Andy Piper, CTO at Push Technologies
15:30 Break  
16:00 Coherence Managed Servers - A detailed look at this major new feature in Coherence 12c
Noah will give an overview of what Managed Coherence Servers are, how they work, their benefits and what is different to deploying Coherence applications standalone
Noah Arliss, Oracle
16:45 AOB & Close  

** Note: Click on presentations to see slides. **

Call For Speakers
The LCSIG 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.


Register here (http://www.ukoug.org/events/ukoug-coherence-sig-jul/).
Registration is required for building security.

Contact LCSIG with any comments or questions.

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