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Getting Started With the Hazelcast Python Client

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Dec 01, 2021

The Hazelcast Python Client lets developers connect to Hazelcast clusters from Python apps and services. We can use the client to handle all of Hazelcast’s distributed data structures. We can also subscribe to cluster and data structure events. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to install the client and use some of its key features. […]

How Does Caching Work in ASP.NET Core?

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Nov 29, 2021

Generating content served from an ASP.NET application can be slow and expensive — particularly when there’s heavy use of database calls. Relational databases are historically challenging to scale. Implementing caching means that the application doesn’t have to fetch and process the same data again and again. It’s one of the most effective ways to improve […]

Getting Started with the Hazelcast .NET Client

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Nov 22, 2021

The Hazelcast .NET client is the entry point to all interactions with a Hazelcast cluster in a .NET application. This guide will get you up and running quickly with the Hazelcast .NET client and demonstrate some of its key features. Let’s cover a few prerequisites before we dive in. Before going further, you should: Understand […]

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Getting Started With the Hazelcast Python Client

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Dec 01, 2021

The Hazelcast Python Client lets developers connect to Hazelcast clusters from Python apps and services. We can use the client to handle all of Hazelcast’s distributed data structures. We can also subscribe to cluster and data structure events. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to install the client and use some of its key features. […]

How Does Caching Work in ASP.NET Core?

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Nov 29, 2021

Generating content served from an ASP.NET application can be slow and expensive — particularly when there’s heavy use of database calls. Relational databases are historically challenging to scale. Implementing caching means that the application doesn’t have to fetch and process the same data again and again. It’s one of the most effective ways to improve […]

Getting Started with the Hazelcast .NET Client

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | Nov 22, 2021

The Hazelcast .NET client is the entry point to all interactions with a Hazelcast cluster in a .NET application. This guide will get you up and running quickly with the Hazelcast .NET client and demonstrate some of its key features. Let’s cover a few prerequisites before we dive in. Before going further, you should: Understand […]

Hazelcast + Kibana: best buddies for exploring and visualizing data

Nicolas Frankel
by Nicolas Frankel | Oct 27, 2021

A lot, if not all, of data science projects, require some data visualization front-end to display the results for humans to analyze. Python seems to boast the most potent libraries, but do not lose hope if you’re a Java developer (or if you’re proficient in another language as well). In this post, I will describe […]

Hazelcast Platform 5.0 GA Release – the Speed of Insight

Matko Medenjak
by Matko Medenjak | Sep 28, 2021

About two months ago, we announced the first BETA release of the Hazelcast Platform 5.0. Since then we’ve spent much effort in making the product adhere to the stability and production-ready standards which are expected from any Hazelcast release. For those who haven’t yet heard of Hazelcast Platform, we will first explain what the Hazelcast […]

Hazelcast Anti-Patterns

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Sep 01, 2021

It’s said a wise person learns from their mistakes, and a wiser person learns from the mistakes of others. In this blog, we’ll look at some common mistakes made when deploying Hazelcast, so you can avoid them and be that wiser person. In other words, what are the “anti-patterns” that don’t ensure failure, but do […]

Is the Data Evenly Allocated?

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Aug 03, 2021

Uniformity and balance are key principles for data grids. All grid members should hold the same amount of data, do the same amount of compute and have the same amount of resources (CPU, etc) available. At least approximately. It doesn’t have to be exactly even, but pretty close. A hot spot in the grid means […]

Strict Mode in TypeScript || Help Your Compiler Help You

Andrey Goncharov
by Andrey Goncharov | Jul 27, 2021

Recently, at Hazelcast, we have migrated our Management Center to TypeScript. Not just TypeScript, but the strictest TypeScript there is. If you are interested in why we decided to enable all the strict flags and benefits they provide, welcome to this post. Prelude 50k lines of JavaScript code of a React app. A small team […]

External Hazelcast Queries

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Jul 26, 2021

We can send an SQL query to Hazelcast and get results, a great feature. But did you know the data doesn’t have to be stored in Hazelcast to be queryable via Hazelcast? It could be somewhere like a Kafka topic or a CSV file, and you can still query it using Hazelcast’s SQL. This makes […]

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