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Scaling Tomcat with GigaSpaces

Published on March 22, 2011 by in GigaSpaces

Webserver session objects have existed since the beginning of web programming. Many developers see them as the most convenient way to store session information. While some of this information is temporary and should be deleted once the session expires, the rest should be saved in some sort of persistent storage for the user’s next visit.

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When Big-IT meets Big-Web

Last week I had the honor to join an interesting event held by Battery Venture in Stanford titled “BiG IT meets Big Web” which brought together people from the financial industry (JP Morgan, NYSE, BOFA, Barclays, for example) and the…

 
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Data Grid Querying, Revisited

There has been a great deal of talk lately about the new EHCache cache querying capabilities and the advantages of real-time analytics through in-memory cache querying. I find that rather odd since extensive querying and processing capabilities have b…

 
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