Category: How-to

Knowledge Driven Microservices

Maciej Swiderski recently published a blog post entitled, “Knowledge Driven Microservices“. In the post you’ll learn how to bring business and knowledge assets that you already have into your microservices architecture design. In the area of microservices more and more…

Take Control of Your Hazelcast C++ Objects

Starting with the Hazelcast C++ client 3.6.2, the new API concept of “Raw Pointer” adaptors is introduced. You can now obtain memory ownership of returned object provided by the C++ API and manage object’s memory in your own library. The…

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…

Aggregator Message Pattern with Hazelcast

Kevin Denver from toastshaman.com recently published a blog post entitled, “Aggregator Message Pattern with Hazelcast“. In the post, Kevin talks about how to combine HTTP requests in a load balanced environment, with code samples included. …or how to combine HTTP…

Hazelcast Python Client 0.2.1: A Getting Started Guide

We are happy to announce the release of Hazelcast Python client 0.2.1. This new client is a full-blown Hazelcast Client Protocol implementation targeting Hazelcast 3.6+ clusters and Python 2.7. In this post, I’ll introduce the general usage of Hazelcast Python…