The Top 10 Ways to Botch Enterprise Java Application Scalability and Reliability

Posted in Conferences, Development on July 23, 2008


The Top 10 Ways to Botch Enterprise Java Application Scalability and Reliability

Summary
In this presentation, Cameron Purdy discusses Java scaling. Topics include performance improvement versus scaling improvement, serial bottlenecks, queue theory, rewriting existing frameworks, avoiding the database, single points of failure, avoiding abstractions, disaster recovery, one-size-fits-all architecture, large JVM heaps, network failures, and trusting product claims.

Bio
Cameron Purdy is a VP of Development in Oracle's Fusion Middleware group. He was the founder, president and CEO of Tangosol and has over ten years of experience with Java and Java-related technology. As a software visionary and industry leader, Mr. Purdy is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and has received a number of awards in recognition of his contribution to the Java community.

About the conference
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