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  • September 13, 2017 @ 1pm-5pm (
    September 13, 2017 1pm September 13, 2017 5pm America/Los_Angeles Free Instructor Led Training in San Francisco 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 Bain Capital LP 301 Howard St, Suite 2200 San Francisco, CA 94105 Building Instructions: Only one elevator in our building will take you to our suite on the 22nd Floor. Please enter the lobby and find the elevator bank that goes to Floors 13-22 (right side by security desk). You will then press the separate call button (within the frame) on the front left elevator. The security guard is happy to assist if you have any questions. Parking Suggestions: 75 Howard St (near Embarcadero) 200 Howard St Bain Capital, LP 301 Howard St, Suite 2200, San Francisco, CA 94105 Hazelcast, Inc noreply@hazelcast.com
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  • Bain Capital, LP 301 Howard St, Suite 2200, San Francisco, CA 94105

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

Bain Capital
LP 301 Howard St, Suite 2200
San Francisco, CA 94105

Building Instructions: Only one elevator in our building will take you to our suite on the 22nd Floor. Please enter the lobby and find the elevator bank that goes to Floors 13-22 (right side by security desk). You will then press the separate call button (within the frame) on the front left elevator. The security guard is happy to assist if you have any questions.

Parking Suggestions:

  • 75 Howard St (near Embarcadero)
  • 200 Howard St

Instructor

Fuad Malikov, Co-founder & Vice President, Technical Operations at Hazelcast

Instructor

Fuad Malikov, Co-founder & Vice President, Technical Operations at Hazelcast

Fuad Malikov is a co-founder of Hazelcast and serves as Vice President of Technical Operations. He is dedicated to make Hazelcast users and customers successful. Loves listening to unique customer use-cases and developing scalable solutions to them. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences, as well as local user groups. His employment portfolio includes his time as an IT consultant to the telecommunications sector, IT architect at IBM, and Java developer.

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