Autumn is in the air. The Giants are ready to kickoff a new season, Fashion Week is in full bloom, and the second year of New York Coherence SIG's is about to kick into high-gear on October 1.
We have a great line-up for you this session. Over the past year, I've received feedback from many of the SIG members that they would like more basic "how-to" sessions. So to start the year, we've invited two Coherence developers to discuss two important aspects of deploying Coherence applications.
The first, presented by Patrick Peralta, explores the benefits that Coherence can provide to traditional persistent storage. Coherence bridges the gap between horizontally scalable, low-latency in-memory access and persistent durable storage. This is the case with a relational database (with or without object-relational mapping), a mainframe, a Web service, or any other persistence mechanism. The presentation explores various caching patterns and techniques to scale both reads and writes in order to meet current and future user demand.
The second talk, presented by Mark Falco, focuses on network optimization. The talk will guide you through some of the key factors when tuning your network, and helps you understand how your choices interact with Coherence under the covers.
You can register for the event and read the full agenda, including speaker bios, on the Coherence SIG Registration Page. Also, please stay tuned as we will be adding a special speaker to the agenda shortly.