Getting Started with Hazelcast is published by Packt Publishing in July 2015. This book has 147 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-1785285332.
This book is an easy-to-follow, hands-on introduction that guides you through this innovative new technology. It covers everything from data grids to the simple-to-use distributed data storage collections. Queuing and topic messaging capabilities, as well as locking and transaction support to guard against concurrency race-conditions, are some of the topics that we will cover. We will then move on to distributed task execution, in-place data manipulations and big data analytical processing using MapReduce.
At the end of all this, you will be armed with everything you need to bring amazing power and data scalability to your applications, as well as making them truly global and ready for a worldwide audience.
What You Will Learn
- Learn and store numerous data types in different distributed collections
- Set up a cluster from the ground up
- Work with truly distributed queues and topics for cluster-wide messaging
- Make your application more resilient by listening into cluster internals
- Run tasks within and alongside our stored data
- Filter and search our data using MapReduce jobs
- Discover the new JCache standard and one of its first implementations
Who This Book Is For
This book is a great introduction for Java developers, software architects, or DevOps looking to enable scalable and agile data within their applications. Providing in-memory object storage, cluster-wide state and messaging, or even scalable task execution, Hazelcast helps solve a number of issues that have troubled technologists for years.