Caching in Applications Still Matters !

Track: Performance
Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Room A316
Time Slot: Fri 2/24, 4:00 PM
Tags: java , performance , cluster , spring , cache , cloud
Abstract

Is caching data in your application still relevant today with all those HTTP caches, very fast key value stores, and micro services?
During this presentation, the attendee will learn the basics of caching (TTL, TTI, invalidation, tiering, etc.), key figures in the caching world, how the Java community came up with a specification (JSR 107) and how you can leverage it in your application with the implementation of your choice (EhCache 3).
As a bonus, we’ll also see how you can keep in sync and scale up your caches using the open source Terracotta Server !

Anthony Dahanne

Software Developer for 10 years, my favorite topics are Docker, building tools, Continuous Integration and, of course, core Java development.
Working for Terracotta, I currently implement the REST management interface for Terracotta products, along with Docker images for our products.
On my spare time, I work on various open source projects : from Twitter bots written in NodeJS, to Android apps - with of course their corresponding Docker images if possible :-)

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