Monthly Archives: March 2012

Littlegrid – Simple in-process testing for Oracle Coherence

I came across this nice little open-source framework for running a multi-node Coherence cluster within a single JVM.  Littlegrid has many features for testing and running development clusters through a simple Builder style API. This allows you to create storage-enabled, storage-disabled … Continue reading

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Thanks very much to Roland Slee for allowing me to use one of his amazing photos of Sydney for the front page of the blog.

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Using Coherence for Reference Data in ADF

Introduction I’m always trying to think of different ways Coherence can  benefit when developing applications. One of the more unusual and useful ways my colleague and I came up with was to use Coherence, rather than a database, to store … Continue reading

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Adding Coherence Indexes Using Annotations

When developing applications with Coherence, sometimes you may know that you will always need an index on a particular method in a POJO. It would be nice to be able to annotate the POJO and then be sure your index … Continue reading

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Welcome to Coherence Down Under

Welcome to Coherence Down Under.   As a Solutions Architect with the Coherence Development Team at Oracle (based in Perth, Western Australia), I’ve worked with Coherence for over 5 years having been hooked ever since the 2007 acquisition of Tangosol. … Continue reading

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