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Author Archives: Shamim Bhuiyan

Dr. Shamim Ahmed Bhuiyan is an IT Architect, SOA solution designer, speaker and Big data evangelist. Independent consultant on BigData and HighLoad systems. Actively participates in development and designing high performance software for IT, telecommunication and banking industry.

Modern application design with In-memory data fabrics

In this article, author of the book “High Performance in-memory computing with Apache Ignite”, discussing the design of modern application architecture with Apache Ignite. Part of this article taken from the book. Let’s take a quick look at an architecture of a traditional system. The traditional application architecture uses data stores which have synchronous read-write operations. This is useful for data ...

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Complex event processing (CEP) with Apache Storm and Apache Ignite

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In this article, author of the book “High Performance in-memory computing with Apache Ignite”, will discuss the complex event processing with Apache Strom and the Apache Ignite. Part of this article taken from the complex event processing chapter of the book. There is no broadly or highly accepted definition of the term Complex Event Processing or CEP. What Complex Event Processing ...

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Pitfalls of the MyBatis Caches with Apache Ignite

A week ago, MyBatis and Apache ignite announced of support apache ignite as a MyBatis cache (L2 cache). technically MyBatis support two levels of Caches: Local cache, which is always enable by default L2 cache, optional As Apache Ignite project is fast growing with it’s various functionality, in this blog post we are going to examine the MyBatis support in ...

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Quick start with In memory Data Grid, Apache Ignite

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IMDG or In memory data grid is not an in-memory relational database, a NOSQL database or a relational database. It is a different breed of software datastore. The data model is distributed across many servers in a single location or across multiple locations. This distribution is known as a data fabric. This distributed model is known as a ‘shared nothing’ ...

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