Upcoming Conferences & Events

Meet our team and join our sessions at the following conferences and meetups.

Distributed Systems Meet-up Group : Saturday February 11, 2017; 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM : Bangalore, India

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Agenda this month:

  • Go distributed with Terracotta and cache terabytes of data
  • Generics and lambdas from the ground up
  • And more…

Also, volunteer your distributed systems knowledge - speak at lead discussion at one of our future meet-ups!

Venue -

Software AG Bangalore Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Embassy Tech Village 5th Floor, 2A East Tower Devarabisanahalli Bangalore – 560103

DevNexus : February 22-24 2017 : Atlanta, Georgia

Devoxx US : March 21-23 2017 : San Jose, California

Recent Events

Confoo Vancouver : December 7th, 2016

Victoria JUG : December 6th, 2016

Montreal JUG : November 24th, 2016

Devoxx Belgium : November 7-11, 2016 : Antwerp, Belgium

The Terracotta / Software AG team will be out in full force. Join us at our booth, see demos, get technical assistance, and win prizes.

Also, don’t forget to catch talks given by the Ehcache / Terracotta / Software AG crew!

Ehcache and Terracotta Server talks at Devoxx Belgium 2016

Distributed Systems Meet-up Group : Oct 22, 2016; 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM : Bangalore, India

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  • “Docker and Java” By: Anthony Dahanne, Sr. Software Engineer, Terracotta R&D
  • CFP Open - Looking for another speaker!
  • Organizing future meet-ups : call for topics and volunteer speakers

Distributed Systems Meet-up Group : Sept 24, 2016; 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM : Bangalore, India

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  • “Virtual Synchrony In Practice” By: Ramesh Kavanappillil, Principal Architect, Terracotta R&D
  • “Distributed Caching With Ehcache3” By: Ehcache Team, Terracotta R&D
  • Organizing future meet-ups : call for topics and volunteer speakers

JavaOne : Sept 19, 2016 : San Francisco, California, USA

Henri Tremblay presents his talk “Learn Java 8: Lambdas and Functional Programming”.

And chat with Ehcache and Terracotta developers around the JavaOne floor throughout the week!

Distributed Systems Meet-up Group : July 31, 2016; 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM : Bangalore, India

Find full information about this meetup (location, etc.) here: http://www.meetup.com/Bangalore-Distributed-Systems-Meetup/events/232275233/

Presentations will cover:

  • The Availability & Scale Conundrum for Distributed Databases

  • Ehcache 3 and Terracotta 5: better, faster and clustered caching

Plus snacks and great conversation with other folks interested in distributed computing.

Devoxx UK : June 8 - 10, 2016 : London, England

Aurélien Broszniowski and Louis Jacomet speak about Caching 101: Caching on the JVM (and beyond)

  • Full description on Devoxx UK website

Devoxx Poland : June 22 - 25, 2016 : Krakow, Poland

Louis Jacomet speaks about Data consistency: Analyse, understand and decide

  • Full description on Devoxx Poland website

Devoxx France : April 20 - 22, 2016 : Paris, France

Louis Jacoment speaks about Ehcache3: Out of It’s Element

  • Full description on Devoxx FR website at link

Ludovic Orban speaks about Terracotta’s Offheap For Dummies

  • Full description on Devoxx FR website at link

Devoxx Morocco : November 16-18, 2015 : Casablanca, Morocco

Louis Jacomet speaks about Ehcache3: JSR-107 on Steroids

JSR107, aka the Temporary Caching API for the Java Platform, has now been finalized almost 2 years ago. We’ve heard all about its ease of use and capabilities. But there is much left unaddressed. The good news is that the EG is looking at addressing many of the current shortcomings. […]

Session on Wednesday November 18th at 11am - Full description on the Devoxx Morocco website

Devoxx : November 9-13, 2015 : Antwerp, Belgium

Alex Snaps and Louis Jacomet speak about Caching 101: Caching on the JVM (and beyond)

After numerous presentation on the JSR107, this in-depth 3 hour university session will twist the problem upside down. Instead of leading you through every aspect of the new Caching API for Java, we’ll start from a real Java application, looking at its architecture, measure contention points and slowly start adding different caching patterns to it. […]

Session on Monday November 9th at 1.30pm - Full description on the Devoxx website

Chris Dennis speaks about Terracotta’s OffHeap Explained

Terracotta open sourced it’s core offheap library earlier this year. […] What follows will be an explanation of how well understood CS concepts from managed and unmanaged programing environments combine to produce a stable, reliable, and useful library.

Session on Thursday November 12th at 5.50pm - Full description on the Devoxx website

JavaOne : October 25-29, 2015 : San Francisco, CA

Alex Snaps spoke about Ehcache3:JSR 107 on Steroids [CON10204]

As the EG is looking at addressing the current shortcomings of JSR 107 with a future JCache 2.0 API, what can you do now to address your advanced caching use cases? Go for proprietary APIs? The brand new Ehcache3, besides ease of use, was crafted with that exact goal in mind: looking beyond the current spec. With close to no API tie-ins, Ehcache3 enables you to extend the JSR 107 API transparently. Whether you want to go off-heap and scale up; scale out by clustering your caches; or require transactions, automatic resource control, or scaling out of writes with write-behind, everything is available to you through a couple of configuration tweaks. Not only minimally intrusive but also available for free today in the open source Ehcache v3.

Chris Dennis along with Brian Oliver (Architect, Oracle) hosted Birds of a Feather Session – JCache 2.0: Where Do We Go from Here? [BOF6835]

The Java caching standard (JSR 107) was finally released in 2014, after 13 years of on-and-off work. The caching community has already started to move on, however. There is already discussion of what is missing from the current standard and what could or should be included in JCache 2.0. The JSR 107 specification leads and expert group members would like to engage the community in an open discussion of JCache 2.0. What important features are missing from JSR 107? What use cases should a future JCache 2.0 support? What features would be required to support those use cases? Attend this BOF session, get your voice heard, and engage directly with the rest of the caching community to help define the genesis of a JCache 2.0 standard.

Open Source Seminar on Ehcache : October 17, 2015 : Bangalore, India

Great opportunity to hear directly from the architects and developers of Ehcache. Learn about exciting new offerings, JSR107 and the roadmap ahead.

You can also use this occasion to meet and directly talk about your use cases with them and also get to know how you can become part of the large open source ecosystem around Ehcache.

View flier with address and other details.

SpringOne 2GX : September 14-17, 2015: Washington, DC

Alex Snaps and Chris Dennis spoke about Bringing javax.cache’ing to your application

The recording is available for replay thanks to the Spring website.