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…
JSR107, Java Temporary Caching API, also known as JCache is finally out after an effort of 13 years. It's like the only everlasting JSR of the JCP history. But long story short, it's completed now and companies in NoSQL/in-memory-data-grid/big-data world are competing each other to release their own implementations first.
I was recently checking Lambda expressions out to ensure the forthcoming JCache spec would work Ok with them. I just wanted a really simple example that worked through the different syntactical forms and ended up putting a Hello World type … Continue reading →
On 5 July 2013, JSR107 went into Public Draft Review and which will last until 4 August. Visit the JSR home page on GitHub to get the code. Or read the spec. I encourage anyone interested in Java caching to … Continue reading →
On 23 October 2012 the JCP posted the Early Draft specification and API for JSR107. See http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=107. This is almost 12 years since the JSR kicked off. Note that this material was uploaded to the JCP in February this year but … Continue reading →
This post explores the new Java caching standard: javax.cache. How it Fits into the Java Ecosystem This standard is being developed by JSR107, of which the author is co-spec lead. JSR107 is included in Java EE 7, being developed by … Continue reading →
0.3 of the JSR107 spec, RI and TCK have been released. Changes in this release: Numerous changes across the spec, TCK and RI Annotations implementations in the RI for Spring and CDI Transactions API finalised The release is in Maven … Continue reading →