Category: Caching

Introducing Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache

Today, we are thrilled to announce the availability of Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache. This joint solution with Hazelcast’s in-memory data grid uses Striim’s Change Data Capture to solve the cache consistency problem. With Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache, you can reduce…

Hazelcast vs ElastiCache (Memcached)

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Overview This article compares Hazelcast to the Amazon Web Services ElastiCache Memcached Engine. Cost, Features, Node Management, Fault Tolerance, Monitoring, and Performance are all evaluated. Hazelcast In a Hazelcast grid, data is evenly distributed among the nodes or as we…

Getting Started with Hazelcast and Node.js

Table of Contents Intro Let’s Write Your First Node.js App with Hazelcast Before you start Install The Hazelcast Client Package from NPM Your First Hazelcast App Resources TL;DR Install the package npm install hazelcast-client, grab a demo app and read…

Fake Benchmark: Corrected Benchmark shows Hazelcast 3.6 is much faster than GridGain/Apache Ignite 1.5

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GridGain/Apache Ignite have released a benchmark which purports to show that they are faster than Hazelcast. This follows on from our Hazelcast/Ignite Benchmark using Yardstick, their own benchmark, which shows Hazelcast 3.6-EA was much faster than Ignite 1.4.1. In looking into…

Hazelcast 3.6 up to three times faster than Hazelcast 3.2

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We got busy with performance at Hazelcast over the last year and a half. There are many different parts of the API to test. We have mostly been using competitors benchmarks to verify our performance increases. This week we wanted…

Caching Made Bootiful: The Hazelcast Way

Table of contents Intro Slow service Enable Caching It’s a wrap! The folks at OpenCredo recently published a blog post entitled « Running and Testing Hazelcast in a Spring Boot Application ». They introduce some of the basic features of…