"Cash in with Distributed Caching" Presentation Series available
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The Global WebSphere Community has presented a series of presentations entitled:
The series is about Building Highly Scalable Web Infrastructures with WebSphere Application Infrastructure and learning how to enable your business-critical WebSphere applications for outstanding performance, elastic scalability, and cost-affordable availability!
The individual events and presentations are:
"Up-Scale Your Apps in 2010 with Distributed Caching" kick-off event on March 10, 2010. John Rymer from Forrester Research discusses the distributed caching market landscape and customer requirements that are shining a spotlight on extreme transaction processing.Don Boulia, Director, Product Management for IBM WebSphere Software, shares how distributed caching with WebSphere eXtreme Scale helps organizations of all sizes build highly scalable Web infrastructures using distributed data caching for common usage scenarios, such as HTTP session management and application state management, which are easily implementable, provide high value, and have a quick time-to-value. Don will focus on the relevance of distributed caching to today's application architectures, key considerations and usage for developers and architects, as well as real life case studies with performance and throughput numbers, achievable at a reasonable cost, which will make your jaw drop (and the business smile).
"Smarter Scalability: A Practitioner's Perspective"
"Technically Speaking: Real world ISV's solutions leveraging WebSphere eXtreme Scale"
This webcast session will demonstrate how innovative solutions built around the latest scaling technologies provide business value in the distributed caching space. You will learn about distributed caching architectural patterns as well as state of the art elastic scaling solutions in this space. From March 30, 2010
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