Main point: open on a strong, positive note; make clear what products we’re talking about Hello everyone and welcome to this breakout on application grid. Application grid is a term we use to refer to an architecture and approach to foundation-level middleware, technologies such as application servers and transaction processing platforms. Within Oracle Fusion Middleware, these are probably best known to you with names such as WebLogic, Tuxedo, JRockit, and Coherence. You could think of these products as the “foundation of the foundation”. There are some very exciting innovations in these products for 11g, making the application grid vision more compelling than ever and truly strengthening the foundation as our title asserts.
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A Java Developer’s Introduction to In-Memory Distributed Computing James Bayer Principal Sales Consultant
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The Coherence Incubator hosts a repository of projects providing example implementations for commonly used design patterns, system integration solutions, distributed computing concepts and other artifacts designed to enable rapid delivery of solutions to potentially complex business challenges built using or based on Oracle Coherence .
This is an example implementation of Function Objects (Wikipedia) or as it is also known, the Functor Pattern, built with Coherence.
The Functor Pattern is an extension to the Command Pattern . In fact the semantics are identical with the exception that the Functor Pattern additionally provides a mechanism to return values (or re-throw exceptions) to the Submitter (using Java 5+ Futures ) where as the Command Pattern does not provide such capabilities.
Functor Pattern: Quick Overview Of Auction App
Goal Demonstrate the Grid Differentation in WLS Suite