Skillscast coming soon.
In this free session we show you how you can get Network-Attached Memory as an appliance-like infrastructure service through Terracotta's JVM-level clustering technology (http://www.terracotta.org). You will learn what Network-Attached Memory is, how it works and how Terracotta can simplify the task of clustering an enterprise application immensely by sharing the heap of the JVM underneath the application instead of clustering the application itself.
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Terracotta: Open Source Network-Attached Memory
Kunal Bhasin is a Senior Solutions Architect at Terracotta where he has has been instrumental in some of Terracotta’s biggest deployments in terms of scale, performance and availability. He specializes in building and architecting highly scalable, hi