- Get hands-on experience with eXtreme Scale APIs, and understand the different approaches to using data grids
- Introduction to new design patterns for both eXtreme Scale and data grids in general
- Tutorial-style guide through the major data grid features and libraries
- Start working with a data grid through code samples and clear walkthroughs
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale 6 - Review to come
Although it has not yet come up on one of my Portal projects, it's been a fact for some time that WebSphere Portal can be clustered to extremes via the WebSphere Extended Deployment. Therefore, it's timely that I am awaiting a copy of Anthony Chaves' book IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale 6 from Packt Publishing.
From Packt's site, here's a brief synopsis: -
Build scalable, high-performance software with IBM's data grid
Not sure that I'll completely understand all of the content (!) but it should prove to be a useful reference, and will help me grow my understanding, especially as to how eXtreme Scale infrastructure works.
Watch this space ...
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