Thursday 21st January, 2016
2:00pm to 2:50pm
Infinispan is a distributed in-memory key/value data store capable accelerating data processing using Hadoop, Spark and home-grown Map/Reduce APIs. Starting with Infinispan 8, you can now also use the Java 8 Stream API to process, transform and analyse the data stored in the grid, without burdening the architecture with external platforms. Processing can be applied to keys and/or values and it uses Infinispan's data partitioning logic to distribute operations to nodes where data lives so that they can be executed locally. In this talk you'll learn about this new extension to Java 8's Stream class to process data in Infinispan and how it compares with existing APIs.
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