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Infinispan isn't just a scalable key/value grid platform: it simplifies execution of distributed query tasks in Map/Reduce style, and it integrates a powerful indexing engine to run full-text searches and efficiently extract information from your largest data collections. This search engine is based on Apache Lucene and provides its most advanced features, such as stackable result filters, faceting, custom text analysis, ranking and similarity formulas, world-class proven performance and reliability. A power user, who is already familiar with Lucene, can switch the roles and use the Lucene's API directly by using the Infinispan Lucene Directory, a special purpose module designed to create an index stored and distributed on Infinispan. After familiarizing with these concepts we'll have a quick demo starring Hibernate Search to show how different approaches can be combined with simple code and known patterns, but still unlocking all the scalability potential of modern cloud technologies.
The aim of near caching is to provide a bridge between fast, in-memory, local caching and remote, massively scalable, Data Grids in such way that most recently or most frequently accessed data is quickly available while at the same time, clients still being able to transparently and seamlessly access the remote Data Grid when needed. Due to zero latency access provided for local data and the scalability offered by the possibility of going to a remote Data Grid, it's no wonder that this is one of the most demanded Infinispan patterns. In this talk, Galder will offer a detailed view of the pattern with a look at best practices for deploying it in your own environment. The talk will finish with a demo showing near caching in action!
This talk will iterate over some advanced Infinispan concepts such as:-JTA transactions and deadlock detection-client/server cluster access- querying- -data availability during node crashes/addition- smart data distribution based on cluster topologyThe audience will take home a better understanding of Infinispan's capabilities, architecture and differentiators in the fast-emerging NoSql market
Infinispan as a data grid has primarily been focused on strong consistency, giving up partition tolerance in exchange. However, moving forward, Infinispan plans to offer an eventually consistent model too, where users could configure Infinispan to weaken consistency in exchange for greater partition tolerance. This talk discusses some of the ideas around an eventually consistent mode for Infinispan.
31st October to 1st November 2011