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Understanding In-Memory Technologies and Caching Strategies


Are you a developer, software engineer or architect looking to apply in-memory technologies to your current architecture? Are you looking to deliver ultra-fast response times, better performance, scalability, and availability? Are you seeking new tools and techniques to manage and scale data and processing through an in-memory-first and caching-first architecture?

In this webinar, “Understanding In-Memory Technologies and Caching Strategies,” in-memory experts cover:

  • Introduction to in-memory technologies and caching
  • Top pain points that have been solved by using in memory data grids to provide distributed caching
  • Caching-first concepts, caching types and caching strategies
  • Common use cases
  • Where caching fits within a typical enterprise application architecture
  • Deeper dive into caching strategy concepts including, caching topologies, eviction strategies, and more

Presented By:

John DesJardins
John DesJardins

John DesJardins is currently CTO  at Hazelcast, where he is championing the growth of our Developer and Customer Community. His expertise in large scale computing spans Data Grids, Microservices, Cloud, Big Data, Internet of Things, and Machine Learning. He is an active blogger and speaker. John brings over 20 years of experience in architecting and implementing global scale computing solutions, including working with top Global 2000 companies while at Hazelcast, Cloudera, Software AG and webMethods. He holds a BS in Economics from George Mason University, where he first built predictive models, long before that was considered cool.

Manny David
Senior Solutions Architect

Manny David is a Senior Solution Architect at Hazelcast with over 24 years of experience in design, development, and implementation of multi-tiered distributed application systems. Manny has played key roles in the development and deployment of large-scale mission critical e-commerce, healthcare, and financial systems utilizing IMDG Technology. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from San Francisco State University.