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Scaling All the Way: Running Scala Applications on GigaSpaces XAP Platform

Scala, the “scalable language”, is the hottest thing in the programming languages world these days. You may have thought that innovation these days only happens in dynamic scripting languages. Or you may have thought that Java and .Net cover all … Continue reading

 
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Building your own IaaS in the Cloud Part 1 – IaaS flavors

Published on September 29, 2010 by in Cloud

So you have this idea, started testing it on your laptop, and it looks good.  Now you want to test how it scales out on multiple machines. In cases where your IT department doesn't have available machines inhouse, you might want to consider cloud providers. According to Bernard Golden (from CIO.com) this starts becoming quite

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How I Ported an Online Gaming Application from (Not-So-) Good-Old-JEE to GigaSpaces in Only 4 Days

I recently had the interesting challenge of moving a traditional JEE shop into the next generation of application server technology. You might be surprised to hear that the transformation took me only four days (two of them spent on Hibernate issues!). The application was an online gaming application, originally implemented in EJB 2.0 and running

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