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Infinispan The Future Of Os Data Grids Manik Surtani

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In this talk, Infinispan founder and JBoss Cache project lead Manik Surtani introduces the role of data grids in today's cloud-computing environment. The extreme scalability offered by data grids are …

In this talk, Infinispan founder and JBoss Cache project lead Manik Surtani introduces the role of data grids in today's cloud-computing environment. The extreme scalability offered by data grids are powering the greatest and most high-profile of today's applications. In his talk Surtani covers Infinispan, the new open source data grid platform, and it's motivations and evolution as a project. Distributed data structures will be discussed in-depth, including strategies of managing and deploying data grids on cloud services such as Amazon AWS by making use of powerful toolkits such as JClouds.

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