Now that the Java Caching API has been ratified, it’s time to look at what’s new since it was first proposed. This session covers some of the background decisions behind the API, what survived, what was removed, what was refactored, and what’s next. It discusses how to adopt the new API to improve application performance and scalability. It also outlines how to identify and locate a suitable caching provider at runtime, how to use the API manually, how to use the API declaratively (through annotations), and how to integrate applications with the caching infrastructure through the use of entry processors.
Brian Oliver is an Architect at Oracle. He works with the Coherence and Messaging Engineering teams predominantly focusing on high-performance computing and architectures for scalability.
Over the past 10 years he's been leading the development of large-scale multi-language and multi-currency Web, E-Commerce, Sports Gaming and Financial systems making extensive use of Java technologies. He's the founder of the Coherence SIG, one of the only regularly meeting Data Grid Special Interest Groups in the world, and the Coherence Incubator, a site dedicated to providing reference implementations of architectural patterns on top of Oracle Coherence.
He's been using Java since 1996. He opens an IDE every couple of days to cook up new distributed computing solutions.
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Greg founded Ehcache in 2003. He regularly speaks at conferences, writes and codes. He has also founded and maintains the JPam and Spnego open source projects, which are security focused. Prior to joining Terracotta in 2009, Greg was Chief Architect at Wotif.com where he provided technical leadership as the company went from a single product startup to a billion dollar public company with multiple product lines. Before that Greg was a consultant for ThoughtWorks with engagements in the US and Australia in the travel, health care, geospatial, banking and insurance industries. Before doing programming, Greg managed IT. He was CIO at Virgin Blue, Tempo Services, Stamford Hotels and Resorts and Australian Resorts. He is a Chartered Accountant, and spent 7 years with KPMG in small business and insolvency.
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