Today Oracle announced and made generally available Coherence 3.6. Like it’s predecessor Coherence 3.5, there’s a lot of stuff in Coherence 3.6, parts of which may be considered entirely new products in the Data Grid space. Having been through four beta releases over the past six months, it’s ready for prime time. You can download [...]
The next Bay Area Coherence SIG will be held on the 15th of July, 2010 at the Oracle Redwood Shores Office. Details of the agenda and registration process are here: http://coherence.oracle.com/display/CSIG/15+Jul+2010+-+Redwood+Shores,+CA Like at the Toronto Coherence SIG, Coherence 3.6 will be presented. This is one of the first official public presentations about Coherence 3.6! So [...]
The next Toronto Coherence SIG will be held on the 23rd of July, 2010 at the Oracle Mississauga Office. Details of the agenda and registration process are here: http://coherence.oracle.com/display/CSIG/23+Jul+2010+-+Mississauga%2C+ON One interesting thing to note: Coherence 3.6 will be presented. This is one of the first public presentations about Coherence 3.6! So if you’re in Toronto [...]
The registration for the next London Coherence SIG, occurring on the 10th of June, is now open. However before you rush to register, there are several important things to note. 1. This event unlike previous London Coherence SIGs is being run over an entire day! That’s right. An entire day! We have so much content and [...]
Save this date: 10th of June 2010 (Thursday) That’s right. It’s time for another London Coherence SIG. While it’s probably a bit late to be called the “Spring Edition”, unless London starts to warm up quickly it probably should be the “Winter Edition” again. This SIG promises to be larger than ever, in size and [...]
Due to popular demand we’re starting a new Coherence SIG in Toronto. The first is to be held at the Oracle Mississauga Office on the 23rd of April. We’ve got some great speakers lined up from the Coherence Engineering group, including Cameron Purdy, Patrick Peralta and Noah Arliss.
Follow this link for more information and registration.
It’s finally done! The first book about Oracle Coherence is now available for pre-ordering from the publishers website here. Supporting it’s release, an interview/conversation with Aleks Seovic (the lead author) and Cameron Purdy (VP of Oracle Coherence Engineering) about the book is available here (mp3). If you pre-order it’s about 10% cheaper!
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The registration page for the UKOUG London Coherence SIG are now up. Details are here. Space is limited, so register early!
Here’s an overview of what’s happening. See you there!
Session 1: TopLink Grid: Scaling JPA applications with Coherence (Shaun Smith – Principle Product Manager – Oracle)
JPA, the Java Persistence API, is the Java standard for relational [...]
One of the important tasks when designing software (or probably anything for that matter) is creating appropriate/correct/reasonable names for things, whether it be for classes, interfaces, methods or variables. Why? Simple… When someone reads your code they should ideally require little additional documentation, third party contact or alternative education/context to work out what something means, [...]