Boost application performance and monitoring with Terracotta Ehcache

19 Jan

In this presentation learn how to use Terracotta Ehcache to dramatically boost application performance. Terracotta Ehcache provides a high performance Hibernate second level cache that boosts application performance as much as 10x.

Understanding performance behavior specific to your application can be a challenging task. Every application workload is unique. To provide reliable metrics for comparison, Terracotta Ehcache has benchmarked the Spring PetClinic reference application against competitive solutions such as Memcached, Commercial IMDG, My SQL and a leading In Memory Data Grid including the impressive performance increases from the latest Terracotta 3.2 Server Array.

Terracotta Ehcache EX and FX bring unparalleled scale and performance that hundreds of thousands of deployments depend on today. Some of the world’s largest companies rely on the enterprise scale of Terracotta. Whether your application simply needs easier monitoring and management capabilities or demands high performance and high availability, Terracotta Ehcache is the best solution on the market.

Speaker Bio

Taylor Gautier is a Principal Client Architect for Grid Dynamics, specializing in delivering mission critical solutions in high performance, high scale computing environments. Previously Taylor ran Product Management for Terracotta, and has held senior engineering positions for Excite@Home, Intel and numerous startups. Taylor is a co-author of “The Definitive Guide to Terracotta” and has published several patents in the areas of building scalable systems for the Telecommunications, Search, and Storage industries.

Date

February 2nd, 2010, the first Tuesday of the month.

Location

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

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

http://sdforum.org/javasig

Price

$15 for non-members and free for SDForum members. $3 for pizza and soda.

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