Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale V7.1
The content of this video is the first unit from the IBM WebSphere Education course ZA974 Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale V7.1.
This course covers the basic architecture of WebSphere eXtreme Scale, its programming APIs, and administrative concepts related to it. The course begins with an overview of the WebSphere eXtreme Scale product and grid technology. Students then learn how to use the various WebSphere eXtreme Scale APIs and programming models that are available for application development, including ObjectMap, EntityManager, and DataGrid. In addition, students learn best practices for deploying and administering WebSphere eXtreme Scale solutions.
eXtreme Scale Usage Patterns
: A brief introduction to eXtreme Scale with a description of the four
basic usage patterns: 1. application state store (including HTTP Session
Management), 2. Side Cache, 3. In-line Cache (Database Shock Absorber),
4. Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP). Find out more here.
Elastic Caching with eXtreme Scale
: This video describes how eXtreme Scale provides grids that scale
elastically, meaning that they transparently scale out to add capacity
and scale in to recover from failures. Get more information here.
Episode 13 - Getting started with ADO.NET REST data service
ado dot net getting started tomcat demonstrates how to bring up the grid and bring up the data service framework using the getting started sample, then how to see what is happening in the grid. This first video uses tomcat and the second video uses the admin console. Download the sample from the main blog page.