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On Monday, Speedment and Hazelcast announced a partnership focused on accelerating application development when deploying an in-memory data grid alongside legacy databases. The following post was written by Speedment’s CTO, Per-Åke Minborg. What if you want to use a Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG) to speed up your database applications, but you have hundreds of […]
Misagh Moayyed recently published this blog post with the title, “Apereo CAS High-Availability with Hazelcast and Kubernetes“. In this post, Misagh discusses how to solve one of the primary concerns when deploying a highly available CAS server. When it comes to deploying a highly available CAS server, one of the chief concerns is to choose […]
Piotr Szybicki recently published this blog post with the title, “Hazelcast on GCP (google cloud platform) part 2“. In this post, Piotr discusses the process of deploying and securing a Hazelcast IMDG cluster in GCP (Google Cloud Platform). This is part of a multi-part series. Find part 1 here: Hazelcast on GCP (google cloud platform) […]
Piotr Szybicki recently published this blog post with the title, “Hazelcast on GCP (google cloud platform) part 1“. In this post, Piotr discusses the process of deploying and securing a Hazelcast IMDG cluster in GCP (Google Cloud Platform). In this article I am going to discuss the process of deploying, securing hazelcast cluster in to […]
*Rolando Santamaria Maso recently published a blog post entitled, In-Memory, Distributed Data Structures for the masses. * This article is about In-Memory Data-Structures. But this time, about the “magic” ones: Lists, Maps, Queues, Locks, Streams… that works distributed across multiple nodes and across different runtimes (Java, C#, C++, Node.js, Python, Go). Motivations I had the […]
Volkan Yazici recently published this blog post with the title, “Guice Integration in Hazelcast“. In this post, Volkan gives a short tutorial on integrating Guice with your Hazelcast IMDG project. For many occassions I find the distributed ExecutorService of Hazelcast (aka. IExecutorService) pretty convenient to turn a set of nodes into a tamed cluster waiting […]
Tomas Kloucek recently published a bitbucket post entitled, Cluster Leader Election with Spring Integration in Hazelcast. In the post, Tomas demonstrates a method for fine-grained control of Microservice and IMap interaction with Hazelcast and Spring. Recently when checking Spring Integration area I noticed of pretty nice integration with Hazelcast datagrid. Check this out at: https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-integration-extensions/tree/master/spring-integration-hazelcast […]
Marut Signh recently published a blog post entitled, “Vert.x Cluster”. In the post, Marut gives a short tutorial on embedding Vert.x into your Hazelcast IMDG project. Vert.x is an extremely simple event based, non blocking, library for distributed computing that can be easily embedded in any Java framework of your choice. For sometime now I […]
dotkam recently published a blog post entitled, “Hubble Space Mission Securely Configured“. In the post, dotkam presents a strategy for building better security and flexibility for our space missions. This week we learned of a recent alien hacking into Earth. We have a suspect but unsure about the true source. Could be The Borg, could […]
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