Open source in-memory data grid Hazelcast has just released version 3.7. This release is 30 percent faster than previous versions and represents Hazelcast’s first fully modularized version. Let’s see what else is included in Hazelcast 3.7.
The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid implemented in Java has appeared in version 3.6. In the words of Hazelcast CEO Greg Luck, the release marks “the largest development leap of the past two years.”
Christoph Engelbert is back to talk more about Java’s Unsafe class and the effect it will have on Hazelcast and its customers. As we’ve seen over the last couple of weeks, this issue is still contentious and developers are still looking for answers.
This is an exciting time to be in the field of In-Memory Data Grids, explains Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura.
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In this talk, filmed at the inaugural Hazelcast User Group London on March 19th, CEO Talip Ozturk and Senior Solutions Architect David Brimley give an exclusive look at what’s on the cards for the open source in-memory data grid providers in 2014.
Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura and David Brimley explain what Java 8 represents to the company, just what it is that keeps Oracle’s platform at the heart of the enterprise, and why the ability to run lambda expressions in a distributed environment is so exciting.
JAXenter speaks to Greg Luck about the progress of JCache, transactions in the in-memory data grid, and Hazelcast plans for the year ahead.
Ehcache inventor decamps from Software AG Terracotta to Hazelcast: JAXenter gets the full story on his unfinished business in the space, and hopes for the year ahead.
Today’s applications are getting more and more distributed everyday, and it’s well-known that distributed programming is hard. There is another way though. Talip Ozturk explains how, with the help of Hazelcast, distributed programming can be easy and lots of fun. Filmed at JAX London 2013.
Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura chats about the In-Memory Data Grid and his W-JAX-Keynote: “Epic Win: How Developers will win the Eternal Battle with IT Operations.” Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
From JavaOne – JAXenter talks Hazelcast 3, Rod Johnson, and the future of distributed computing with Talip Ozturk and Miko Matsumura.
The Spring Framework creator speaks to JAXenter about his startup portfolio, VMware frustrations and rediscovering his love of piano.