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Orchestrating Messaging, Data Grid and Database for Scalable

When 2007-11-13 | 06:30:00  
Event Title Orchestrating Messaging, Data Grid and Database for Scalable
Presenter Patrick Peralta
Where OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Event description:


Recent years have seen a surge in the number of tools available for building high-scale systems. In the areas of messaging, data grids and databases, many products combine high availability and horizontal “scale-out” across multiple machines. Additionally, advanced architecture types such as Recovery-Oriented Computing go one step further in minimizing dependence on any of these products. The overlap between these approaches, and the number of possible combinations, raises these questions – “How do I know which combination of technologies to use?” and “How do these technologies work together?”

This presentation compares and contrasts these options, identifying where each technology fits, doesn’t fit, and even when to use a technology that’s not the best fit. We will further explore how to integrate these components while understanding the tradeoffs between performance, scalability and reliability.



Patrick Peralta is a Software Engineer for Oracle, specializing in Coherence. Patrick’s software development experience includes implementing Java/J2EE middle tier solutions, web applications, system integrations, and Swing desktop clients. Prior to joining Oracle, Patrick was a Senior Developer at Symantec, working on J2EE and integration systems. He enjoys mentoring others on technology, and he especially enjoys participating in Open Source. Patrick has a BS in computer science from Stetson University in Florida.

Venue OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Street address 6565 Kilgour Place Dublin OH 43017-3395

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