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Next NY Coherence SIG on October 1st

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The next NY Coherence SIG is on October 1st (two weeks from today) and it promises to be a great event. For those of you who follow my blog, I previously introduced these two gentlemen a few months ago when they started blogging.

The first talk will be by Aleksandar Seovic who has an extensive Coherence resume. In addition to implementing POF in .NET, he is also the author of an upcoming book on Coherence. In his spare time (insert tongue in cheek) he runs S4HC, a consulting company specializing in Spring, Coherence, and other technologies.

If you’re in Tampa, you can also check out his upcoming talk at Tampa JUG on September 29th.

We will also have Mark Falco, one of our rock star engineers who concentrates on our network protocol (TCMP), C++, and other areas. Mark is usually the first (and last) person I reach out to when I have questions about Coherence networking – so if you have any questions of your own be sure to bring them. He will talk to us about TCMP and how to optimize your machines and network for optimum performance.

Finally, yours truly will talk about configuring Coherence to work with an external data source (usually relational databases.) I’ll describe in detail how each of the external connectivity features work (including many features you’ve probably never heard of), best practices, and good old fashioned war stories. (Shout out to Rob for helping with the Omni Graffle diagrams!) This is the same talk that I will present in mid October at Oracle Open World in San Francisco. I’ll provide more detail on this later; for now you can check out the Application Grid lineup – which includes WebLogic Server, Coherence, JRockit, Tuxedo and Enterprise Manager.

Written by Patrick Peralta

September 17th, 2009 at 8:35 am