29 Apr 2010 - Redwood Shores, CA

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Thursday, April 29th


Bay Area Coherence Special Interest Group (BACSIG)
Date: Thursday - April 29, 2010
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm PT
Where: Oracle Conference Center
350 Oracle Parkway
Room 203
Redwood Shores, CA
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Agenda
Time What Detail Who
5:30 Open Pizza & Refreshments  
5:45 Welcome Welcome to the BACSIG & Introductions. Peter Utzschneider - Oracle
5:45 Presentation Ten Easy Steps to Make Your Cluster Easy to Support in Production Tom Lubinski - SL Corporation
6:30 Presentation Performance Management of Coherence Applications Randy Stafford - Oracle
7:15 Presentation Maximizing your Coherence ROI - Real-world case studies from simple cache-aside to distributed SEDA Taylor Gautier - Grid Dynamics
8:00 Close Next Meeting Outline & Announcements Peter Utzschneider - Oracle
Presentation Abstracts
Ten Easy Steps to Make Your Cluster Easy to Support in Production
Tom Lubinski (speaker bio) Founder and CTO (SL Corporation)
Lift the Lid on your Oracle Coherence Grid: Ten simple steps to make your clusters easy to monitor and manage in production. Tom Lubinski of SL will share some best practices for Coherence developers with real world examples from SL customers. Regardless of how you plan to monitor your Coherence cluster and application in test and production, this talk will provide you with a practical checklist of what you can do make sure your cluster is not a "black box" in production. Also developers often complain that, although Oracle Coherence is a high performance system, JMX is not. Learn what you can do to improve JMX performance and monitor its overhead on your cluster.
Performance Management of Coherence Applications
Randy Stafford (speaker bio) Consulting Solutions Architect (Oracle)
Architects and operators of Coherence-based applications have a critical need to know how to best monitor, analyze, and optimize the performance of their applications. These performance management needs recur in many activities of the software lifecycle - from requirements analysis and architecture design, to load testing and HA testing, and especially during production operations. Analysis of production problems, in particular, requires constant and comprehensive collection of monitoring data, the approach to which must be established in advance. This talk will review the various facets of a best-practice performance management approach for Coherence-based applications, borne of first-hand experience in the Coherence user community.
Maximizing your Coherence ROI - Real-world case studies from simple cache-aside to distributed SEDA
Taylor Gautier (speaker bio) Senior Architect (Grid Dynamics)
The Oracle Coherence platform is a robust, feature rich platform with many possible applications. In this presentation, we will discuss a range of solutions and their use in the real-world that satisfy common business application challenges such as performance, scale, fault-tolerance and operational flexibility. This will help you identify new and valuable strategies for getting the most out of Oracle Coherence.
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.

Registration:

Registration is required for building security.
The registration process has changed for the BACSIG.

Please email the BACSIG to register for this event.

Your Full name and Company name are required for building security.

A Free Copy of the new book by Aleksander Seovic "Oracle Coherence 3.5" will be raffled off at the next meeting!





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