21 July 2011 - San Francisco - Bay Area Coherence SIG

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Thursday, July 21st


San Francisco - Bay Area Coherence Special Interest Group (BACSIG)
Date: Thursday - July 21st, 2011
Time: 4:30pm PT for 5:00pm start - 8:15pm end - Note the parking at 475 Sansome Street Closes at 8:30pm, if you are planning to stay past this time and join us for the post SIG social event please park at an alternate location near the building.
Where: 475 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA
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Agenda
Time What Detail Who
4:30 Open Food & Refreshments  
5:00 Welcome Welcome to the BACSIG & Introductions. Reza Shafii - Oracle
5:10 Presentation Secure, Optimize, and Load Balance Coherence with F5 Chris Akker - F5
6:10 Presentation Batch Processing Using Coherence in Oracle Group Policy Administration Paul Cleary - Oracle
7:10 Presentation Using Oracle Coherence to Enable Database Partitioning and DC Level Fault Tolerance Alexey Ragozin (Independent Consultant) and Brian Oliver (Oracle)
8:10 Close Next Meeting Outline and Announcements Reza Shafii - Oracle
Presentation Abstracts
Secure, Optimize, and Load Balance Coherence with F5
Chris Akker (speaker bio) Solutions Engineer (F5)
F5 Networks, Inc., the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, helps the world’s largest enterprises and service providers realize the full value of virtualization, cloud computing, and on-demand IT. Recently, F5 and Oracle partnered to deliver a novel solution that integrates Oracle Coherence 3.7 with F5 BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM). This session will introduce F5 and how you can leverage BIG-IP LTM to secure, optimize, and load balance application traffic generated from Coherence*Extend clients across any number of servers in a cluster and to hardware-accelerate CPU-intensive SSL encryption.
Batch Processing Using Coherence in Oracle Group Policy Administration
Paul Cleary (speaker bio) Application Architect (Oracle)
Oracle Insurance Policy Administration (OIPA) is a flexible, rules-based policy administration solution that provides full record keeping for all policy lifecycle transactions. One component of OIPA is Cycle processing, which is the batch processing of pending insurance transactions. This presentation introduces OIPA and Cycle processing, describing the unique challenges of processing a high volume of transactions within strict time windows. It then reviews how OIPA uses Oracle Coherence and the Processing Pattern to meet these challenges, describing implementation specifics that highlight the simplicity and robustness of the Processing Pattern.
Using Oracle Coherence to Enable Database Partitioning and DC Level Fault Tolerance
Alexey Ragozin (speaker bio) Independent Consultant and Brian Oliver (speaker bio) Oracle
Partitioning is a very powerful technique for scaling database centric applications. One tricky part of partitioned architecture is routing of requests to the right database. The routing layer (routing table) should know the right database instance for each attribute which may be used for routing (e.g. account id, login, email, etc): it should be fast, it should fault tolerant and it should scale. All the above makes Oracle Coherence a natural choice for implementing such routing tables in partitioned architectures. This presentation will cover synchronization of the grid with multiple databases, conflict resolution, cross cluster replication and other aspects related to implementing robust partitioned architecture.
Call For Speakers
The BACSIG 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.

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