Boston scalability user group meeting
May 9, 2008 Leave a comment
There is another Boston scalability user group meeting coming up on May 28th. I was not able to attend the last two but I think I will go to this one because it looks interesting:
Orion Letizi from Terracotta will conduct an interactive session exploring the open-source Terracotta project. Terracotta is useful in many different cases including use as Network Attached Memory for working with large datasets, clustering HTTP sessions, reducing database load, acting as a second-level cache for Hibernate objects and more. You can find out more about some of these use cases by visiting the Start Learning Terracotta page.