This reference architecture reviews Red Hat JBoss Data Grid (JDG) 6.3, configures a cluster of JDG servers operating in remote client-server mode, and walks through the design, implementation and deployment of a replicated and distributed cache, a data model and applications that access and updat
Watch this demo to see how Red Hat JBoss Data Grid provides fast, in-memory access to data and elastic scale to your application.
Learn how Red Hat JBoss Data Grid stacks up against Oracle Coherence. You’ll see the features they have in common, those unique to JBoss Data Grid, and price comparisons.
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A demonstration of how JBoss Data Grid automatically re-balances when nodes are removed from or added to the grid.
See how to use JBoss® Operations Network to monitor the Red Hat® JBoss Data Grid.
Learn what an enterprise data grid does, and how it allows you to scale your applications. What the JBoss Data Grid does above and beyond regular cache is to move the cache out of the application and into a cluster of machines dedicated to providing and managing memory cache.