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Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 4

This is the fourth installment of my Hazelcast series. If one has not seen the other 3, I suggest one go to Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Logging Logging is an important feature of any ...
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Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 3

This is a continuation of a series of posts on how to use Hazelcast from a beginner’s point of view.  If you haven’t read the last two, I encourage reading them:Beginner’s ...
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Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 2

This article continues the series that I have started featuring Hazelcast, a distributed, in-memory database.  If one has not read the first post, please click here. Distributed Collections Hazelcast ...
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Beginner’s Guide To Hazelcast Part 1

Introduction I am going to be doing a series on Hazelcast. I learned about this product from Twitter. They decided to follow me and after some research into what they do, I decided ...
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Hazelcast’s MapLoader pitfalls

One of the core data structures provided by Hazelcast is IMap<K, V> extendingjava.util.concurrent.ConcurrentMap – which is basically a distributed map, often used as cache. ...
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Publish and Subscribe with Hazelcast

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog on getting started with Hazelcast describing how ludicrously simple it is to create distributed maps, lists and queues. At the time I mentioned that Hazelcast ...
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Getting Started with Hazelcast

In July I wrote a blog introducing erlang to Java developers, highlighting some of the similarities and differences between the two languages. The erlang virtual machine has a number ...
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Hazelcast Distributed Execution with Spring

The ExecutorService feature had come with Java 5 and is under java.util.concurrent package. It extends the Executor interface and provides a thread pool functionality to execute asynchronous ...
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