Know your WebSphere Application Server options for a large cache implementation

Considering ObjectGrid as an alternative to a 64-bit JVM

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Tom Alcott

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | Last updated: April 2009|First published: January 23, 2008

Caching large amounts of application data doesn't always mandate the use of a 64-bit JDK in order to leverage 64-bit addressing. The ObjectGrid component of IBM® WebSphere® eXtreme Scale provides a 32-bit JDK alternative that you can use in your existing infrastructure without requiring additional physical memory on your servers. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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