Hazelcast Cloud is an enterprise-grade in-memory computing platform deployed and managed by the Hazelcast CloudOps team. The service
is powered by Hazelcast IMDG Enterprise HD and leverages widely adopted technologies, such as Docker and Kubernetes, to provide dynamic orchestration and containerization. Hazelcast Cloud supports applications developed in some of the most common languages, including Java, Node.js, Python. Go, and .NET.
Hazelcast Cloud delivers enterprise-grade Hazelcast software in the cloud, deployed as a fully managed service. Leveraging over a decade of experience and best practices, Hazelcast Cloud delivers a high-throughput, low-latency service that scales to your needs while remaining simple to deploy. If you’re considering moving to the Cloud, or are looking for an easy ramp on deploying in-memory technology, this white paper on migrating in-memory to the cloud is an informative and helpful resource.
Setting up servers and configuring software can get in the way of the problems you are trying to solve. With Hazelcast Cloud we take all of those pain points away.
Join this webinar on April 11th at 8:00 am PT / 11:00 am ET / 4:00 pm GMT to learn how you can instantly fire up and then work with Hazelcast Cloud from anywhere in the world. With our auto-generated client stubs for Java, Go, Node.js, Python and .NET, we can have you connected and coding in less than a minute!
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The combination of Hazelcast® plus Azul System’s Zing Java Virtual Machine (JVM) delivers compelling benefits to the enterprise. Beyond helping IT and DevOps teams leverage existing Java tools, technology and skillsets, Zing and Hazelcast offer application possibilities that weren’t previously possible using either solution, allowing application developers to deliver systems with latencies that are more consistent and lower, while providing higher throughput.
In this webinar and roundtable discussion, you’ll learn when and why latency sensitive applications are important. You’ll hear how developers are greatly improving the end-user experience and driving incremental sales increases within the same infrastructure, by simply deploying Zing with Hazelcast – with no changes to the application.
Join our panel of speakers including Gil Tene, CTO of Azul Systems, Chris Engelbert, Manager Developer Relations at Hazelcast, and Jason Stamper Analyst at 451 Research discuss the merits of this combined solution in a 60 minute webinar (40 minutes presentation + 20 minutes Q&A).
Gil Tene, CTO of Azul Systems
Gil Tene is CTO and co-founder of Azul Systems. He has been involved with virtual machine and runtime technologies for the past 25 years. His pet focus areas include system responsiveness and latency behavior. Gil is a frequent speaker at technology conferences worldwide, and an official JavaOne Rock Star. He pioneered the Continuously Concurrent Compacting Collector (C4) that powers Azul’s continuously reactive Java platforms. In past lives, he also designed and built operating systems, network switches, firewalls, and laser based mosquito interception systems.
Christoph Engelbert, Manager Developer Relations at Hazelcast
In the early days Christoph started with Basic and C64 I later moved over C++ but eventually started Java around 2005. After some years of web development he started to get interested in the JVM internals and what makes a Java application fast and memory efficient. Now Christoph is mostly helping companies making efficient and scalable architectures and so he eventually landed at planet Hazelcast.
Jason Stamper, Data Management and Analytics, 451 Research
Jason Stamper has over 20 years of experience in the IT sector, having started his career on the technology news desk at the Daily Express. He was the editor of Computer Business Review magazine from 2001 to 2014, and was also Technology Editor at the New Statesman.
Prior to joining CBR, Jason was Managing Editor of the ComputerWire daily news service, and before that Editor of Mergers & Acquisitions Impact and Software Futures. Jason holds a Masters in Journalism from Goldsmiths College, London.