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mea culpa: “Offheap access is slow?”

Steve Harris has been commenting on dzone about my last post, “BigMemory: Heap Envy.” One of his comments linked to a blog post of his, “Direct Buffer Access Is Slow, Really?,” in which he says that direct access is not slow, and therefore one of my points was invalid.
Well, folks, he’s right, for all intents [...]

 
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Custom Matching-Two Dimensional Cartesian space Comparison using GigaSpaces

Usually you index and execute queries using primitive fields (long, float, string, etc). The fields may be within the root level of the space object, or embedded within nested objects within the space object. You may construct a query using a template object or SQL to specify the criteria you would like to use when

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Moving into Production Checklist

You are about to complete your existing project , all the functionality is in place , all unit tests are passing , profiling done and there are no visible bottlenecks , benchmarks been executed and the system seems to scale and perform nicely: You (think you) are ready to move the system into production to

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