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Chapter No.7 Typical Deployments
An easy-to-follow and hands-on introduction to the highly-scalable data distribution system Hazelcast and its advanced features
Chapter No.7 Typical Deployments
An easy-to-follow and hands-on introduction to the highly-scalable data distribution system Hazelcast and its advanced features

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Published by: Sara Lester on Aug 23, 2013
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Getting Started with Hazelcast
Mat Johns
Chapter No. 7"Typical Deployments"
In this package, you will find:
A Biography of the author of the book A preview chapter from the book, Chapter NO.7 "Typical Deployments"A synopsis of the book’s contentInformation on where to buy this book 
About the Author
Mat Johns
is an agile software engineer, hands-on architect, and a general technologist based in London. His experience with the Web reaches all the way back to his misspentyouth and some rather hacktastic code, but eventually he grew up to graduate from theUniversity of Southampton with a Masters in Computer Science with Distributed Systems and Networks. He has worked for a number of startups on various web projectsand systems since then and nowadays he specializes in designing and creating high performance and scalable web services, currently in the Internet TV world.Away from technology, he is an avid explorer and endeavors to seek out new destinationsand adventures as much as possible. He is also a qualified yacht skipper and regularlyraces in, around, and beyond the Solent.You can follow him on Twitter at
@matj ohns.
 I would like to dedicate this book to my incredible parents and grandparents (Trevor, Alison, David, and Sheila) as without your encouragement and support over so many years, this book would not have been possible.
Getting Started with Hazelcast
Hazelcast is an innovative new approach to data, in terms of storage, processing, and distribution; it provides an accessible solution to the age-old problem of application and data scalability.
Getting Started with Hazelcast 
introduces this great open sourcetechnology in a step-by-step, easy-to-follow manner, from the why to the how to wow!
What This Book Covers
Chapter 1
What is Hazelcast?
, helps us to get introduced with the technology, its placein an application's stack, and how it has evolved from traditional approaches to data.
Chapter 2
Getting Off the Ground 
, helps us start coding and get acquainted with thestandard distributed data store collections on offer.
Chapter 3
Going Concurrent 
, helps us expand to look at more distributed and concurrent capabilities we can bring into our applications.
Chapter 4
 Divide and Conquer 
, helps us look at how data is split up and split acrossmany nodes to provide both performance and resilience.
Chapter 5
 Listen Out 
, helps us discover that we can register to receive notificationsfrom the cluster to enable our application to be aware of the goings on.
Chapter 6 
Spreading the Load 
, helps us move beyond the data storage, and weinvestigate the distributed execution service and how Hazelcast is more than just a database.
Chapter 7 
Typical Deployments
, helps us explore the various ways we can use or installHazelcast into our application or infrastructure, looking at the architectural decisions,reasons, and trade-offs behind each one.
Chapter 8 
From the Outside Looking In
, helps us look at popular alternative access wehave to our data rather than using the provided drivers for integrating with aHazelcast cluster.
Chapter 9, Going Global,
helps us explode onto the world stage using the public cloud infrastructure and asynchronous remote replication to take our data all around the globe.
Chapter 10, Playing Well with Others,
helps us bring the technology together with popular companion frameworks to see how we might start to bring the technology towork with legacy applications.
 Appendix, Configuration Summary,
helps us overview of the configurationswe have used throughout the book.

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