Real-Time Java for Latency Critical Banking Applications

Posted in Conferences, Development on October 23, 2008


Real-Time Java for Latency Critical Banking Applications
Summary
In this presentation from QCon London 2008, Bertrand Delsart discusses real-time (RT) computing requirements in banking, RT Java history, priority semantics, RT APIs, Determinism and NoHeapRealtimeThreads, RT Garbage Collection, soft vs. hard RT, deadline miss handlers, event-driven requests with deadlines, reducing context switches, and benefits of RT Java and the RT Garbage collector.

Bio
Bertrand Delsart is the technical leader for the Sun Java Real-Time System product. He worked mainly on the real-time memory management extensions and on the efficient implementation of the PIP semantic for synchronization primitives. He is now the main contributor to the new real-time garbage collector technology included in Java RTS.

About the conference
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