Category: Resources

This category contains resources for users who are looking to develop and deploy Hazelcast clusters, and tune then for optimal performance in their particular environments

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…

Hazelcast and Spring-managed Transactions: A Sample Integration

OpenCredo

Lorenzo Nicora from the highly talented team over at OpenCredo recently published a blog post entitled, “Hazelcast and Spring-managed Transactions: A Sample Integration“. In the post, Lorenzo looks at how to integrate Hazelcast and Spring-managed transactions for a transactional Queue…

Introducing Hazelcast University

I am pleased to introduce Hazelcast University to our community. As our community grows we receive lots of requests for public and private training. Hazelcast is very easy to use, however, it’s not always easy to cover all the details…

Developer Preview: Client Protocol

Hazelcast Open Binary Client Protocol – Developer Preview Hazelcast is offering developers a preview of our new protocol, the Hazelcast Open Binary Client Protocol. This is a huge move, as it brings Hazelcast closer to being platform-independent. With this new…

Hazelcast on Azure: Best Practices for Deployment

Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, Azure, is a growing collection of integrated services—compute, storage, data, networking, and application. Azure makes it easy to set up clusters with a large number of virtual machines, which in turn makes setting up a Hazelcast…

Webinar – How to Achieve Developer-friendly, Resilient Workflow Automation

Workflow automation is essential for creating scalable business models. However, traditional Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are often create pain points for developers, making it difficult for them to go about their day-to-day. Even worse, the outdated technical architecture of…

Webinar – Make the Move to In-Memory Data Grids

Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is cheap. Really cheap. As a result, in-memory databases, analytics, and data grids are surging in popularity among firms with the insatiable need for performance and scalability. However, in-memory databases, analytics platforms, and data grids…

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 7

This is a continuation of a series explaining how to use Hazelcast.  If one has not read the other six posts, please go to the Table Of Contents and read the other posts. A Different Breed of Map Hazelcast’s MultiMap breaks the normal mold of using java.util.Collection interfaces that have been used in former posts. …