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Jul
07
2015
Posted by ToddMace.io

With much respect and detail our PernixData engineers are interested in every facet of the customer experience. Something that may seem small to others can be a big deal to some. It’s with this that PernixData thinks about every feature in a holistic manner that all can appreciate. One such feature that fits this model is providing visual accessibility to those with color blindness. With 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women having some form of color blindness, it becomes important that the FVP UI is readable and understandable no matter the impediment.

 
Jun
16
2015
Posted by Oracle Coherence Blog

Oracle Corporation BannerOracle Coherence London Special Interest Group Meeting

When 10am - 4:30pm on Thursday 2nd July 2015
Where Oracle Moorgate Offices, Knightsbridge Room, 1 South Place, London, United Kingdom, EC2 M2RB

You are invited to a unique Oracle Coherence event in London, where customers, engineers, architects and product managers will provide an overview of…
 
Jun
08
2015
Posted by Denis Magda Blog
In the previous post we were talking about the situation when an Ignite cluster is deployed in Google Compute Engine network and we need to have nodes auto-discovery mechanism.

Well, Apache Ignite has Compute Engine specific solution to fill this gap but what's about many others cloud platforms? What if I want to use AWS, Rackspace, GoGrid or other cloud provider?

Do you need to switch back to annoying and fragile static IP configuration? Luckily, the answer - you don't!

Since 1.1.0-incubating release Ignite has a so called TcpDiscoveryCloudIpFinder that supports a variety of cloud providers out of the box. Actually,…
 
Jun
08
2015
Posted by Denis Magda Blog
This post I want to dedicate to one useful feature of Apache Ignite that I had a chance to contribute to the project and that became a part of it since release 1.1.0-incubating.

Actually, this will be my first post about this Apache project and for those who are unfamiliar with it I would recommend to overview a good quick start documentation that can be found here.

The feature I'm going to cover is related to nodes discovery process located in a cluster in case when the cluster is a set of virtual machines deployed on Google Compute Engine. Historically Apache Ignite offered us two ways for the discovery process - leveraging multicast protocol or pre-configuring nodes' IP addresses. Unfortunately, neither way works well for Google VMs (virtual machines) instances:…
 
Jun
04
2015
Posted by ToddMace.io

In Memory Computing Blog Series
Part 1: In Memory Computing - A Walk Down Memory Lane

In the series’ previous post we took a walk down memory lane and reviewed the evolution of In Memory Computing (IMC) over the last few decades. In this blog post we will deep dive into a couple of specific implementations of IMC to better understand both the innovations that have happened to date and their limitations.

The Buffer Cache

Buffer caches, also sometimes referred to as page caches, have existed in operating systems and databases for decades now. A buffer cache can be described a piece of RAM set aside for caching frequently accessed data so that one can avoid disk accesses. Performance, of course, improves the more one can leverage the buffer cache for data…

 
May
18
2015
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Enterprises can now track and analyze live data for operational intelligence and real-time feedback   BELLEVUE, Wash., May 19, 2015 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the release of ScaleOut ComputeServer®, a scalable software platform that enables enterprises to track and analyze live data and generate immediate feedback to […]

The post ScaleOut Software Brings Operational Intelligence to the Enterprise with ScaleOut ComputeServer® appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
May
18
2015
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Enterprises can now track and analyze live data for operational intelligence and real-time feedback   BELLEVUE, Wash., May 19, 2015 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the release of ScaleOut ComputeServer®, a scalable software platform that enables enterprises to track and analyze live data and generate immediate feedback to […]

The post ScaleOut Software Brings Operational Intelligence to the Enterprise with ScaleOut ComputeServer® appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
17
2015
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Microsoft has announced the end of support for Windows Server AppFabric (WSAF) Caching in April 2017. They recommend that customers move to a solution on their Azure cloud platform. ScaleOut StateServer® gives you a better option. It’s deployable on either your existing on-premise or cloud environment and goes far beyond most distributed caching solutions. Read more about our […]

The post Check out our AppFabric Caching Migration Program appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
17
2015
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Microsoft has announced the end of support for Windows Server AppFabric (WSAF) Caching in April 2017. They recommend that customers move to a solution on their Azure cloud platform. ScaleOut StateServer® gives you a better option. It’s deployable on either your existing on-premise or cloud environment and goes far beyond most distributed caching solutions. Read more about our […]

The post Check out our AppFabric Caching Migration Program appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
16
2015
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Download ScaleOut hServer’s Java client libraries as an open source project on GitHub.

The post Open Source ScaleOut hServer® Library Now on GitHub! appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
16
2015
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Download ScaleOut hServer’s Java client libraries as an open source project on GitHub.

The post Open Source ScaleOut hServer® Library Now on GitHub! appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Mar
17
2015
Posted by Oracle Coherence Blog
If you encounter a problem with Coherence and want to see if its fixed in the latest patch, you can find all the information you need on the Coherence Community home page. It provides links to all the latest releases for both Java, .NET and C++. It's also available from this RSS feed, if you want to be notifications as new releases become available.
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Mar
04
2015
Posted by Oracle Coherence Blog

This entry is reposted from the new cloud-focused blog at Oracle, "The Cloud Front."

Today we are excited to announce a major product innovation - Oracle Coherence is now available as a feature of the Java Cloud Service (JCS). Effective immediately, users of JCS can use our cloud tooling to optionally set up Coherence within JCS.

Flexibility is a key part of the solution. You can either select an initial capacity for the Coherence data tier:

Or use the "Advanced" option to have full control over the number of virtual machines you want for Coherence, the number of managed Coherence servers per virtual machine, and the heap size of each managed server: 

 
Feb
08
2015
Posted by Oracle Coherence Blog
This is a unique Oracle Coherence event in Los Angeles, where engineers, architects and product managers will provide a detailed overview of its innovative features and a preview of what's coming up in the next release.

A full agenda for the event and details about how to register are available on-line here. Some of the topics covered include:
  • Strategic Direction and Roadmap for Coherence
  • Coherence Data Management - from…
 
Feb
08
2015
Posted by Oracle Coherence Blog
The next London Coherence SIG will be on March 19th 2015. This is a great opportunity to hear from engineers, architects and product managers about innovative features, integrations with complimentary technologies and a preview of what's coming up in the next release and the Oracle Cloud.

A full agenda for the event and details about how to register are available on-line here. Some of the topics that will be covered include:
  • Scalable real-time…