[ONLINE EVENT] Denis Magda: In-Memory Computing Essentials for Software Engineers

Go to our meetup page for the meeting link (https://www.meetup.com/DenverJavaUsersGroup/events/cpmtcqybcgblb/)

6:30-6:45: Announcements

6:45-8:15: In-Memory Computing Essentials for Software Engineers

Attendees will be introduced to the fundamental capabilities of in-memory computing platforms that are proven to boost application performance and solve scalability problems by storing and processing unlimited data sets distributed across a cluster of interconnected machines.

The session is tailored for software engineers and architects seeking practical experience with in-memory computing technologies. You’ll be given an overview (including code samples in Java) of in-memory concepts such as caches, databases, and data grids combined with a technical deep-dive based on Apache Ignite in-memory computing platform. In particular, we’ll cover the following essentials of distributed in-memory systems:

* Data partitioning: utilizing all memory and CPU resources of the cluster

* Affinity co-location: avoiding data shuffling over the network and using highly-performant distributed SQL queries

* Co-located processing: eliminating network impact on the performance of our applications

About Denis Magda

Denis Magda is an open-source software enthusiast who started his journey as a developer advocate at Sun Microsystems. He now supports the Apache Software Foundation in the roles of Apache Ignite committer and Project Management Committee member. As the Head of Developer Relations for GridGain Systems, he works with software engineers and architects to help them gain expertise in in-memory computing and Apache Ignite in particular. You can find Denis at conferences, workshops, and other events sharing his knowledge about Apache Ignite, distributed systems, and building open source communities.

You can find Denis on Twitter @denismagda (https://twitter.com/denismagda).

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