Jonas Boner @ Jug Milano – January 18th

16 01 2007

Jonas_BW_160x160.jpgAs anticipated some weeks ago, Jonas Boner will be our special speaker at the 22nd meeting of the Java Uesr Group Milano, on January 18th at 6.45pm.

Jonas is a well known speaker, architect and open source developer, founder of the AspectWerkz project and committer of AspectJ. He’s Senior Software Engineer at Terracotta.

The title of his talk will be Distributed Computing Made Easy: How To Build a POJO-based Data Grid:

Abstract
In this session you will learn how to build a highly scalable Data Grid using standard JDK 1.5 and POJOs.
We will start with a discussion of the Master/Worker pattern — one of the most useful parallel programming design patterns in use today. You will learn about the identifying characteristics of the pattern and how best to use it in the real world.
It is a very practical, “hands-on” session in which we will present how to build the Master/Worker pattern using standard JDK 1.5, and how to turn it into a distributed grid implementation by using Open Terracotta’s* JVM-level clustering technology. Following that, we will cover the production implications of operating and scaling a reliable work management framework, and give examples on how to address real-world challenges such as dealing with very high volumes of data, handling work or worker failure, ordering, routing schemes etc.

Check out this page for all the details about the meeting.

Via Filippo.

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18 01 2007
Helter

hey Jonas. First of all, sorry to botter you.
do you have any free invitations to joost?
let me know, ok? Im crazy to try it

Thanks!

Helter
Skelter
therelay@bol.com.br

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