Hazelcast

In computing, Hazelcast is an open source in-memory data grid based on Java. It is also the name of the company developing the product. Wikipedia

Hazelcast

In computing, Hazelcast is an open source in-memory data grid based on Java. It is also the name of the company developing the product. Wikipedia

Jul 11, 1:30 PM

Atlanta JUG: Testing containers with TestContainers. July 18, 7PM. In this talk Hazelcasts Viktor Gamov will be spreading the word about TestContainers an open source library that exposes API for JUnit tests. It provides lightweight, disposable instances of shared databases, distributed caches or grids, or anything else that can run in a Docker container, all securely and reliably downloaded from your Docker Hub. #docker #inmemorycomputing #Java #NoSQL Register: http://ow.ly/347t30dx6t2

Jun 12, 10:42 AM

Hazelcasts Fuad Malikov and Neil Stevenson are presenting at this years In-Memory Computing Summit 2017 Europe, June 20-21, Mvenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre, Netherlands Come meet the Hazelcast team! The conference is attended by technical decision makers, implementers and developers who make or influence purchasing decisions about in-memory computing, Big Data, Fast Data, IoT and HPC solutions. To register and view the agenda: http://ow.ly/SdMX30cvQSY

May 9, 8:30 AM

Cloud Foundry Belfast Meetup Hazelcasts Neil Stevenson on Deploying Real World Apps, May 16 @ 6PM Allstate Northern Ireland, 9 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3LZ, UK The May Meetup will feature Neil Stevenson from Hazelcast. Neil is a solutions architect. He will talk about Cloud Foundry and deployment of real world apps, including Hazelcast grids running as a tile on PCF. Food & drinks provided. #Cloud #inmemorycomputing #Java Register: http://ow.ly/5Lw330bx8gW

Mar 23, 9:30 AM

JavaLand: Chris Engelbert on the New Java Native, March 28, 3PM 3.40PM, Silverado Theater. Most people know JNI, the Java Native Interface nobody likes it. As JNI is probably one of the most hated features in Java, Project Panama emerged to bring relief to programmers that have to write JNI binding code, but theres more about Project Panama than what meets the eye. This talk will introduce the basics of Project Panama and some features which are not obvious at first sight. It will present what is possible and how using some live demos. #Java #inmemorycomputing #JVM #NoSQL More detail: http://ow.ly/mMtc30a9bZ4

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