Tag Archives: Data

Data Grid. Why?

November 7, 2012

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Why use a data grid? This post aims to answer that very question.

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Data Grid, JBoss Data Grid

October 31, 2012

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This post gives an overview of the features that are unique to JBoss Data Grid or are otherwise implemented in a different manner with Oracle Coherence. These features range from low level configuration options (e.g. single node locking) to programming models (e.g. batching).

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We, Data Grid

October 25, 2012

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This post gives an overview of the standard features, functionality, and configuration options of a data grid. It does so by establishing a base line with two data grids: JBoss Data Grid (6.0.1) and Oracle Coherence (3.7.1). It begins with core concepts and proceeds directly to intermediate and advanced concepts implemented by both data grids.
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Data Grid – Cache Evolved

October 17, 2012

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A data grid is one part cache and one part NOSQL. This post will discuss clustered caches, their limitations, and how data grids have incorporated NOSQL concepts in order to overcome them. It concludes with a couple of use cases related to application server clusters and data grids.

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