Friday, 28 August 2020

The developer Conference Sao Paulo

Dear Infinispan community,

What is The Developer’s Conference?

The Developer’s Conference (TDC) is the largest event related to software development in Brazil connecting meetup and event organizers, speakers, companies and sponsors on a single platform, empowering the local ecosystem of each region it’s realized.

TDC is a very dynamic conference aimed to present the most important topics according to local and international needs and, for this reason, there are more than ten parallel tracks a day.

This event takes place once a year in some cities in Brazil, but this year the event will be totally online due to COVID-19 impact.

Red Hat will be present on this event with 6 principal lectures and one room occurring simultaneously throughout the event. We will have an Infinispan presentation showing some important features, what’s new, demos and Quarkus integration at Red Hat sponsor room.

When the Infinispan presentation will happen?
Table 1. Friday, 28th August
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Posted by Gustavo Lira on 2020-08-28
Tags: tutorial learning presentation quarkus event tdc

Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Infinispan Server Tutorial

Dear Infinispan community,

If you are wondering how to start with Infinispan Server from your Java Application, a new Tutorial is available. This tutorial covers the essentials to get started with Infinispan Server and takes around half an hour to complete.

In this tutorial you will learn how to:

  1. Run Infinispan Server.

  2. Access and use the Infinispan Console.

  3. Create Infinispan caches.

  4. Read and write data as primitive types and Java objects.

  5. Add lifespans to entries so data expires.

  6. Deploy client listeners to get event notifications.

  7. Search the data store for specific values.

  8. Use out-of-the-box testing with Junit 5 for verification.

Complete the tutorial, ask us anything about it, give us feedback and feel free to share it!

Get it, Use it, Ask us!

Please download, report bugs, chat with us, ask questions on StackOverflow.

Posted by Katia Aresti on 2020-07-28
Tags: tutorial learning server



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