Category: Community

This category contains posts and other material pertaining to the activities, innovations, and events surrounding the Hazelcast community.

Spectre/Meltdown Information

A new publicly disclosed class of vulnerabilities have been found which are commonly being referred to as Spectre and Meltdown. They affect most modern computers’ processors, such as Intel, AMD, and ARM. These flaws allow malicious software to potentially access…

Jepsen Analysis on Hazelcast 3.8.3

Jepsen Analysis Kyle Kingsbury (aka @aphyr) has prepared an analysis of Hazelcast IMDG 3.8.3 using his Jepsen tool, as he has many other distributed systems over the last four years. We are the first In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG) to be…

Vert.x Cluster

Marut Signh recently published a blog post entitled, “Vert.x Cluster“. In the post, Marut gives a short tutorial on embedding Vert.x into your Hazelcast IMDG project. Vert.x is an extremely simple event based, non blocking, library for distributed computing that…

Hubble Space Mission Securely Configured

dotkam recently published a blog post entitled, “Hubble Space Mission Securely Configured“. In the post, dotkam presents a strategy for building better security and flexibility for our space missions. This week we learned of a recent alien hacking into Earth.…

Hazelcast + Big Data: Interview with Ben Evans

We had the chance to speak with Ben Evans, Java Champion, author for O’Reilly and InfoQ, as well as co-founder of JClarity, a startup which delivers performance tools and services to help development and ops teams. Together with his recent…

Hazelcast – Low Latency Datastores for IOT

DataMountaineer recently published a blog post entitled, “Hazelcast – Low Latency Datastores for IOT“. In the post, DataMountaineer presents a strategy for building low latency datastores for Internet of Things using Kafka and Hazelcast. The Internet of Things is on…

Hazelcast Serialization Performance

Externalizer4J recently published a blog post entitled, “Hazelcast Serialization Performance“. In the post you’ll see how Externalizer4J can create DataSerializable implementations with the same performance as hand coded logic. A few years ago Peter Veentjer wrote an interesting post which…

Hazelcast PHP Client Part I

Wolfram Hüsken recently published a blog post entitled, “Hazelcast PHP Client Part I“. In the post, Wolfram begins the adventure of building a PHP Client for Hazelcast. Be sure to follow along—the ride promises to be interesting and informative. PHP…

Distributed Task Coordination with Hazelcast

Mike Pilone recently published a blog post entitled, “Distributed Task Coordination with Hazelcast“. In the post, Mike presents a method for using Hazelcast to coordinate tasks across a small deployment, with minimal additional hardware or software required, while supporting flexible…