Get cross-datacenter replication and zero-downtime upgrades with Red Hat JBoss Data Grid

Learn about the upcoming release of Red Hat® JBoss® Data Grid 6.1 and how an intelligent caching solution can solve your application performance challenges.


Today's global business environment demands a high level of performance, especially from transaction-heavy applications. Experiencing slow response times or downtime for upgrades is not an option.  To achieve acceptable levels of fault tolerance, near caching, zero downtime, and load balancing, many organizations are using geographically distributed datacenters to change their approach to application design.

Move data physically closer to where it’s needed with an intelligent, distributed caching solution
Solve your performance challenges with the soon-to-be-released Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.1.

Featuring cross-datacenter replication and zero-downtime rolling upgrades for HotRod caches, JBoss Data Grid 6.1 lets you:

  • Increase performance for remote users and applications.
  • Experience increased uptime and improved service-level agreements (SLAs ).
  • “Follow the sun” with geographically dispersed datacenters.
  • Offer geographic data partitioning with failover for a better user experience.

Join subject matter expert Shane Johnson and Infinispan project founder Manik Surtani for a deep dive review of Red Hat JBoss Data Grid’s new functionality. Manik will also share his vision for Infinispan, giving attendees the opportunity to gain insight into what lies ahead, as well as provide feedback on this open source community project.


Date: April 10, 2013

  • 16:00 UTC / 11:00 AM (New York) / 5:00PM (Paris) / 9:30PM (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Shane Johnson product manager, Red Hat
Manik Surtani senior principle software engineer, Red Hat

About Shane Johnson: Shane Johnson is responsible for technical marketing strategy and content delivery for Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Red Hat JBoss Data Grid. Previously, he served as a Java™ EE architect and subject matter expert for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, working with enterprise customers in the financial and telecommunications industries to integrate data grids into their solutions. His interest in distributed systems began with NoSQL and has since expanded to include big data.
About Manik Surtani: Manik Surtani is a Red Hat JBoss Data Grid platform architect and founder of Infinispan (the upstream project upon which Red Hat JBoss Data Grid is based).  He is also the spec lead of JSR 347 (Data Grids for the Java Platform), and represents Red Hat on the Expert Group of JSR 107 (temporary caching for Java). His interests lie in cloud and distributed computing, big data and NoSQL, autonomous systems, and highly available computing.

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