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Free Instructor Led Training in Palo Alto

  • August 2, 2017 @ 1pm-5pm (
    August 2, 2017 1pm August 2, 2017 5pm America/Los_Angeles Free Instructor Led Training in Palo Alto Hazelcast Essentials Training Overview Hazelcast Essentials is a course designed for Java Developers looking to take their first steps in understanding In-Memory Data Grids (IMDG). By the end of the course the attendee will be able to construct Hazelcast Clusters and deliver basic caching services. The candidates should be familiar with Core Java concepts and APIs (collections, concurrency). Students will be introduced to the fundamental features of Hazelcast and how they may be applied to solve various use cases. This course is suitable for Developers and Architects with no prior or very basic knowledge of Hazelcast. Agenda Topics to be covered in the training: Hazelcast Architecture Cluster formation with various discovery mechanisms Cluster deployment strategies Fault Tolerance and Failure Recovery Distributed operations: Caching, Computing and Messaging Distributed Caching: IMap Partitioning and Replication Persistence High Density Memory Store and Hot Restart Hazelcast Serialization What to Bring Bring your laptop, prepared with: A recent Java 8 JDK Your IDE of choice installed – IntelliJ Idea, Eclipse, NetBeans etc. Download lab code from https://github.com/wildnez/public-training/tree/master/essentials/ Build the labs using Maven or Gradle and set as Java project Location Hazelcast Headquarters 350 Cambridge Ave, Suite 100 Palo Alto, CA 94306 USA Hazelcast Headquarters, 350 Cambridge Ave, Suite 100, Palo Alto, CA 94306 USA Hazelcast, Inc noreply@hazelcast.com
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  • Hazelcast Headquarters, 350 Cambridge Ave, Suite 100, Palo Alto, CA 94306 USA

Hazelcast Essentials Training

Overview

Hazelcast Essentials is a course designed for Java Developers looking to take their first steps in understanding In-Memory Data Grids (IMDG). By the end of the course the attendee will be able to construct Hazelcast Clusters and deliver basic caching services.

The candidates should be familiar with Core Java concepts and APIs (collections, concurrency). Students will be introduced to the fundamental features of Hazelcast and how they may be applied to solve various use cases. This course is suitable for Developers and Architects with no prior or very basic knowledge of Hazelcast.

Agenda

Topics to be covered in the training:

  • Hazelcast Architecture
  • Cluster formation with various discovery mechanisms
  • Cluster deployment strategies
  • Fault Tolerance and Failure Recovery
  • Distributed operations: Caching, Computing and Messaging
  • Distributed Caching: IMap
    • Partitioning and Replication
    • Persistence
    • High Density Memory Store and Hot Restart
  • Hazelcast Serialization

What to Bring

Bring your laptop, prepared with:

Location

Hazelcast Headquarters
350 Cambridge Ave, Suite 100
Palo Alto, CA 94306 USA

Instructor

Fuad Malikov, Co-Founder at Hazelcast

Instructor

Fuad Malikov, Co-Founder at Hazelcast

Prior to co-founding Hazelcast, Fuad worked on J2EE projects as a technology consultant in financial and telecom industries. He was an IT architect at IBM, developing J2EE based core-banking system for one of the biggest banking transformation projects in Europe. Prior to IBM, Fuad worked on various telecom companies developing J2EE and Oracle PL/SQL applications. He has attended several Mathematics Olympiad Competitions. He won three gold medals at national Maths Olympiads and a bronze medal at 42nd International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), USA. Fuad holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Bogazici University, Istanbul.

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