Clustering Spring

Attended the Transparently Clustering Spring talk, with more information at The Server Side press release.

The crowd quickly steared the talk to a technical overview of the product, and it was quite interesting once we got them to stop hand waving. The product is not FOSS, but still pretty cheap (mentioned about $2k per node).

The product, named Terracotta Distributed Shared Objects, provides essentially a networked shared heap. This is not a standard object caching thing like Coherence, this product maintains object identity.
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