GridGain 2.0 – Grid Computing Made Simple

29 Oct

November 4th 2008, from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Where

Cubberly Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
Palo Alto, California 94105

Agenda

6:30-7:00 Doors open. Networking.
7:00-9:00 Presentations.

Price

$15 for non-members and free for members.

Abstract

GridGain is the fastest growing open source Java grid computing framework. The presentation will reveal how its focus on elegant simplicity and Enterprise Java integration is helping to revolutionize the grid computing for Java in the same way as Spring or JBoss have changed Enterprise Java landscape.

The presentation will start with a brief introduction to grid computing and specifically data and compute grids. MapReduce will be discussed. Real-life examples will also be discussed. Following introduction to grid computing presentation will outline the key features of GridGain 2.0 highlighting simplicity of the usage.

To underscore the topic of presentation it will also include live demonstration of writing a simple application and grid enabling it to run on a small grid right in front of the audience. All coding during demonstration will be done live. Detailed and in-depth explanations will highlight that grid computing in Java can be fun, simple and productive to use in everyday applications and systems.

Presenter

Nikita Ivanov has over 15 years of experience in software development and over 7 years of developing grid computing and distributed middleware, a vision and pragmatic view of where development technology is going, and high quality standards in software engineering.

Back in 1996, Nikita was one of the pioneers in using Java technology for server side middleware development while working at T-Systems GmbH, one of the largest European System Integrator.

He also has held various positions architecting and leading software product development for start-up companies and working with well-established companies such as Adaptec, Visa and BEA Systems. Nikita is an active member of Java middleware community and is a contributor to Java specifications as a member of JSR-107.

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