- Taschenbuch: 370 Seiten
- Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1st ed. (23. Juni 2008)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1590599861
- ISBN-13: 978-1590599860
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,1 x 23,5 cm
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Get the definitive guide on all the fundamentals of Terracotta as well as user secrets, recipes, and prepackaged frameworks. Written by Terracotta CTO Ari Zilka and his team, The Definitive Guide to Terracotta: Cluster the JVM for Spring, Hibernate and POJO Scalability covers the following: * High Availability (HA) nth degree scaling and clustering for traditional J2EE and Java EE 5 applications (using Seam or other application) as well as Spring based enterprise applications * Everyday Terracotta using its prepackaged frameworks and integration recipes, including configuration and customization for your application tuning, no matter the scale * Power user secrets available, including config modules, customized advanced performance tuning, SDLC, Maven, and more What you ll learn * See how Terracotta works fundamentally, and the user pieces and parts necessary for using Terracotta and its open source options. * Learn and apply case studies involving distributed cache, Hibernate, Master/Worker, and HTTP Session. * Understand thread coordination and advanced performance tuning. * Use more advanced case studies involving Spring, POJOs, FOO, and more.*Configure and create your own modules using the software development and deployment life cycle. Who is this book for? This definitive book from the Terracotta team is for both developers and architects who want to learn the whats, wheres, whens, and whys of the Terracotta scaling engine.
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Terracotta, Inc. delivers plug-in capacity and availability for Java applications at runtime with no application code changes. Terracotta simplifies development, deployment, testing, and management by moving clustering and caching services to the JVM instead of the application. With Terracotta, Java applications are highly available, have linear scale, and improved performance. Terracotta customers include industry leaders in the financial services and telecom sectors. Founded in 2003, Terracotta is a private firm headquartered in San Francisco.
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(1) Chapter 7 - HTTP Sessions example does not work
(2) spring clustering example in Chapter 8 won't work out of the box as spring specific configuration is not used anymore in 3.x release (while it was in 2.x releases)
(3) Chapter 12 - Visualization Tools don't seem work with Statistics Recorder.
I was able to fix the spring clustering example in a reasonable amount of time but that is not the case with the rest.
In some chapters, some sweeping statements are made. For instance, in Chapter 6, Read operations improved from 1800/second with pure hibernate to 500,000 per second with hibernate and Terracotta for one specific application. Since the improvement is on the multiple orders of magnitude, I think it would be good to verify it before taking it for granted. However, verification is not easy as no code samples are supplied for this particular chapter on Apress website.
Even with these drawbacks, this book is still useful since majority of the examples work without much tweaking. Some chapters (especially the one on grid computing) are not easy to follow but that is expected in a book of this depth. Overall a pretty useful book. I give it four stars instead of five for the reasons cited above.
There is a lot of information in this book that is either not on the terracotta wiki or is scattered across many sites.
The only thing that could be better is the language. Sometimes the concept is explained in a very dense language upfront, so by the time you get to the example, you get a little lost and need to go back and re-read some paragraphs.
Besides that, it's one of those examples where the content compensates the shape. A must have if you are looking forward to turning you application into a clustered solution.