Monday, 29 January 2018

Back from Snowcamp 2018

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This week, I’m recovering from the Snowcamp 2018 conference in Grenoble. I had an amazing time there, where I could hang-out with people from the french community, discussing tech, coding, non-blocking APIs, lifestyle and diversity!

My talk was on Thursday at 15:00. It was very exciting for me because I was live-coding in front of so many people for the first time! I got very valuable feedback from attendees and speakers to improve my content, live-coding skills and encouragements to submit this talk to other user groups and conferences this year.

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This presentation focuses on the work we have been doing to provide a new API available in Infinispan 9.2 (final release coming very very soon!!!): Clustered Locks. These locks are distributed and non blocking, allowing us to synchronise protected code between different Infinispan nodes across a cluster.

It’s a 45 minutes talk, so I’m not presenting the API just from the user point of view; instead I go deep into the actual Clustered Locks internals. We have built this first implementation on top of existing Infinispan’s APIs, which proves that they can be used to do much more than just speeding your applications and caching!

The first user of these locks is the Vert.x-Infinispan Cluster Manager. Before going into the implementation details, I show how to create a cluster of Vert.x applications using Infinispan and a simple example of when and how to use a Vert.x Lock. Underneath Vert.x Locks, the next release of the cluster manager will be using the Clustered Locks API. I’m preparing a longer article on this matter, so stay tuned! Meanwhile, enjoy the presentation slides!

Posted by Katia Aresti on 2018-01-29
Tags: conference snowcamp clustered locks

Monday, 22 January 2018

Infinispan coming to Snowcamp 2018

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This week, the 25th of January, I will be presenting a talk about Clustered Locks at the Snowcamp 2018 conference in Grenoble (France). During the live-coding talk, I will share the design and code I’ve been working on to create this first version of the clustered locks. These locks will be used by the Vert.x Cluster Manager, but they can be useful to any Infinispan user since version 9.2 (final release coming very soon!!). If you are planning to use this API, we would love to hear from you to give us some feedback and keep us posted on your use case!

If you are attending the conference, fell free to reach me to discuss about Infinispan+Vert.x, locks, Multimap, cute names or any other topic that you care about!

See you!

Katia

Posted by Katia Aresti on 2018-01-22
Tags: conference snowcamp clustered locks

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

SnowCamp and Voxxed Days Bucharest, here I come!!

I’ll be presenting about Infinispan’s in a couple of conferences over the next few months:

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First up is SnowCamp 2016, a conference taking place in Grenoble from 21st to 23rd January. The talk I’m presenting is titled "Distributed Data Processing with Infinispan and Java Streams". Java 8 has made data processing easier than ever and with the help of Infinispan, that data processing can easily be done in a distributed manner. This talk is focused on showing how to use Java Streams to do distributed data processing with Infinispan, and how this approach compares with other data processing APIs Infinispan exposes.

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Next, on the 11th of March I’ll be in Bucharest to speak at Voxxed Days Bucharest where I’ll again be talking about Distributed Data Processing with Infinispan and Java Streams.

So, if you’re in Grenoble or Bucharest, make sure you come to SnowCamp or Voxxed Days Bucharest to learn about Infinispan!! :)

Cheers, Galder

Posted by Galder Zamarreño on 2016-01-13
Tags: conference snowcamp voxxed

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