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Infinispan: Distributed Cross-Application Caching
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18:30 – 19:00
Speaker: Tristan Tarrant

Title: Infinispan: Distributed Cross-Application Caching
Infinispan is a Java library for embedded caching. It is also a server for remote caching. It can run as a local cache. It can also scale to hundreds of distributed nodes. You can use it to store, retrieve, query, compute and listen to changes in your data.

In this talk Tristan will provide an overview of the variety of uses to which you can put Infinispan in your applications, from simple Java applications, to cross-language, cross-platform application ecosystems.

19:00 – 19:30
Speaker: Gustavo Fernandes
Title: Infinispan and Apache integrations
Besides being Apache licensed, Infinispan also integrates nicely with some important Apache projects, such as Lucene, Spark and Hadoop. This talk will walk through each one with use cases and code samples.

19:30 – 20:00
Speaker: Adrian Nistor
Title: Querying Infinispan, beyond the Map API

Infinispan is a transactional, distributed, in-memory key/value store mainly exposing the ubiquitous Map-Like API. But the key/value view is almost never enough. Infinispan provides powerful search APIs which allow you to perform complex on-demand or continuous searches on your rich domain model. A tight integration with Hibernate Search and Apache Lucene enables fast indexing and searching for your Java objects or your platform-neutral data encoded in Google’s Protocol Buffers format. It provides a simple and expressive native query DSL but can also run Lucene queries equally well.

Start: 9/30/15 06:30 PM
End: 9/30/15 08:00 PM
Location:
Red Hat Roma - Via Andrea Doria, 41M scala B

Metro A Ottaviano o Cipro.

Contact: Vitalij Zadneprovskij