Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 8th and 9th, 2011.

Pieter Humphrey

About Pieter
Pieter Humphrey is a principal product director at Oracle, covering core Fusion Middleware Java development tools like Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, Workshop for WebLogic, JDeveloper/ADF, EclipseLink. Pieter has been with BEA/Oracle since 2001 working with Enteprise Java.
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Speaking Sessions

  • An engineer’s introduction to in-memory data grid development

    9:15 AM Sunday    Room: 4305
    Building scalable, highly-available applications that perform well is not an easy task. These features cannot be simply “bolted” onto an existing application – they have to be architected into it. Unfortunately, the things we need to do to achieve them are often in conflict with each other, and finding the right balance is crucial. In this session we will discuss why scaling web applications is difficult and will look at some of solutions we have come up with in the past to deal with the issues involved. We will then look at how in-memory data grids can make our jobs easier by providing a solid architectural foundation to build our applications on top of. If you are new to in-memory data grids, you are guaranteed to leave the presentation eager to learn more. However, even if you are already using one you will likely walk out with a few ideas on how to improve performance and scalability of your applications.

  • In-memory session replication with WebLogic and GlassFish, Coherence

    10:45 AM Sunday   Room: 4305
    In this talk we will cover the integration of Coherence and Application Servers like Oracle WebLogic and Oracle GlassFish Server, and touch on the native capabilities of each server for HTTP session state management as well. The integration makes it simpler to access Coherence named caches through resource injection. It also provides an optimized integration of Coherence*Web for HTTP session state management. From a management perspective, it offers Coherence cluster configuration support through the WLS administration domain as well as Runtime monitoring support through the WebLogic console.