Three steps for turning a tier-based/Spring-application into dynamically scalable services

Posted in Conferences, Frameworks, Development on June 28, 2008


Three steps for turning a tier-based/Spring-application into dynamically scalable services

Summary
In this presentation, a three steps approach for turning your existing stateful tier-based/Spring-application into a dynamically scalable services application using OpenSpaces is demonstrated. The existing programming model is kept the same while focusing on abstracting and replacing the underlying implementations of the middleware stack in a way that will fit the scale-out model.

Bio
Nati Shalom is the CTO and Founder of GigaSpaces and responsible for the technology roadmap. He has 10 years of experience with distributed technology and architecture namely CORBA, Jini, J2EE, Grid and SOA. Nati is the Head of the Israeli Grid consortium and an evangelist of Space Based Architecture and Data Grid patterns. Blog: http://www.gigaspacesblog.com/

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Tags: Conferences, Frameworks, Technologies, Java, High Performance, Scalability, Spring, InfoQ, Architecture, QCon San Francisco 2007, QCon, Grid Computing, GigaSpaces