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Clustering modes Summary. Data access patterns Understanding and configuring second-level cache in Hibernate with Infinispan Implementing the cache-aside programming pattern Reading and writing through cache Writing behind caching Summary.

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Performance Cookies. Targeting Cookies. Allow all Save. Install Infinispan and create the perfect development environment Get acquainted with topologies and strategies for different situations and data access patterns Familiarize yourself with scaling techniques and concepts including distributed transactions, ACID, and database sharding Monitor your Infinispan instances by using RHQ or JMX clients Control and manage transactions using JTA and use the available APIs to manipulate your cache data Create an application called TicketMonster and learn how to implement Infinispan Learn about JGroups and how to use it with Infinispan for reliable communication Learn the concepts behind big data and how to work with Infinispan MapReduce API.

Introducing the Infinispan data grid. Getting started with Infinispan. Running the sample application. Creating your first project. Building Infinispan from source. Contributing to the project. Understanding performance and scalability. Improving performance using Infinispan. Improving scalability. Points to consider about relational databases. Scaling out your database. Infinispan architecture. Anatomy of an Infinispan clustered cache. Configuring an Infinispan cache.

Infinispan APIs. Persisting data in Infinispan. Writing event listeners and notifications. Clustering modes. Data access patterns. Understanding and configuring second-level cache in Hibernate with Infinispan.

Implementing the cache-aside programming pattern. Reading and writing through cache. Writing behind caching. The JBoss developer framework. Installing and running the TicketMonster application. The TicketMonster application use cases. Architecture and design of TicketMonster. Scaling TicketMonster. Adding Infinispan to Ticket Monster. Transaction fundamentals. Java Transaction API. Transactional modes. Transactional models. Batch mode.

Transaction recovery. Locking and concurrency control. An overview of monitoring and managing with Java. Interacting with Infinispan via JMX. Other management tools. Introduction to server modules.

Infinispan REST server. Using the Hot Rod server. Infinispan memcached server.

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Infinispan Data Grid Platform Definitive Guide

In-memory data grids IMDG have recently been gaining a lot of attention, and the market for this technology is steadily increasing. This book is a practical guide that covers all Infinispan features in a progressive manner with the help of real-world and ready-to-use examples. You will learn how to install Infinispan and create a perfect development environment. Finally, we will present a sample application that you can download from the JBoss Developer Framework. Total books Closure: The Definitive Guide. Practical Data Science with R.

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Building on the solid foundation of Infinispan 8, JBoss Data Grid integrates with the rest of the Red Hat JBoss middleware platform to deliver top-notch long-term support, dedicated high-quality consulting and training services, and the best open-source expertise in the world. If you want to give it a spin, go to the Red Hat JBoss Data Grid product page , where you will find download links for a free trial, documentation and more. Maybe we should now call the project Infinispan Arquillian extension rather than Infinispan Arquillian Container because, since version 5. The property ispnHome no longer exists.

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