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Moving away from Mainframe to Commodity – How?

Moving away from Mainframe to Commodity – How? Mainframe (Z/OS) based systems running COBOL programs are legacy systems in many organizations. These are planned to be replaced with low cost commodity servers running Java or .Net based systems, saving the cost of the expensive mainframe MIPS and COBOL-based development. Using GigaSpaces XAP can simplify the

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Mirroring GigaSpaces XAP to NoSQL

Ah, caches[0]. Caches are easy to use, but not always easy to load; what typically happens is that you modify your reads and writes to check a cache first (using data from the cache if present, and loading the cache if not; updates store data in the cache as well as the data store, in [...]

 
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GigaSpaces XAP’s WAN Gateway

In a distributed environment, if you can’t send data from one peer to another peer, you’re… not actually distributed. It’s one of the first things shown to users of distributed products, with good reason: sharing data is the whole point, right? If you can’t synchronize between peer nodes in a given cluster, you’re not really [...]

 
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