Friday

The Apache Ignite Book got published

We are happy to introducing our new title "The Apache Ignite book". The first portion of the book is being published a few days before by leanpub publication. Note that, the entire book is an agile published book, which means that the authors are releasing it as they write it and will continue to update the book as the underlying technology evolves over time. The sample chapter of the book is available in different formats including HTML.
What you will learn:
  1. Apache Ignite architecture in depth such as data distributing technics (DHT), Rendezvous hashing, memory architecture, various topology and caching strategies.
  2. Apache Ignite use cases as a memory-centric distributed database, caching and computing platforms.
  3. Caching strategies and how to use Apache Ignite to improve the performance of the application.
  4. Using JPA with Apache Ignite for developing high-performance web applications.
  5. How to accelerates the performance of your existing Hadoop ecosystem without changing any code.
  6. How to use Spark RDD and Data frames for improving performance on processing fast data.
  7. How to develop Hybrid Transaction and Processing (HTAP) class systems based on Apache Ignite.
  8. Developing distributed Microservices in fault-tolerant fashion.
  9. Processing events & streaming data for IoT projects, integrate Apache Ignite with other frameworks like Kafka, Storm, Camel, etc.
The book covers Ignite version 2.5.0 and above. For every topic, a complete application is delivered, which will help the audience to quick start with the topic. The book is a project-based guide, where each chapter focuses on the complete implementation of a real-world scenario, the commonly occurring challenges in each scenario have also discussed, along with tips and tricks and best practices on how to overcome them. Every chapter is independent and a complete project.

Readership:
Target audience of this book will be IT architect, team leaders, a programmer with minimum programming knowledge, who want to get the maximum performance from their applications.

No excessive knowledge is required, though it would be good to be familiar with Java and Spring framework. The book is also useful for any reader, who already familiar with Oracle Coherence, Hazelcast, Infinispan or memcached.

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