Open sourcers running the Ehcache distributed Java cache can now search their data in near real-time by harnessing lashed-together servers. Terracotta, which bought the Ehcache project in 2009, has released Ehcache 2.4. It features an API extension that lets you perform object-level queries of data held in memory. The API is …
Since this is the WWW, I was surprised this article had not one link to either Terracotta or Ehcache.
The "read more" links at the bottom of the page that point to more resources on this site may be helpful but not what I was looking for.
Don't have to repeat the links over and over again in the article but the first paragraph should have links to the main subjects and links inserted as other subjects come up.
Anyone else read the title as Earache?
"Java for the NoSQL generation"
What? Java created the NoSQL generation. Or rather, OOP created the NoSQL generation.
When you spend your college years working on smallish data sets in an OOP on a modern machine you get used to working in RAM. Occasionally you want to "persist" data.
As a result no one learns about RDBMS anymore. The uni kids have no idea of why atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability are useful and important so now it takes forever to get the kids to a useful stage.
Running the whole dataset in RAM
Because of *course* you'll always have enough RAM to do this.
That's a script kiddies view of the world.
WTF are they teaching on *proper* CS courses these days?
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