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  • Hill, Jim
    September CAOUG Meeting ======================================================== Using Oracle s Java Object Cache (JCache) to make applications virtually
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      September CAOUG Meeting
      Using Oracle’s Java Object Cache (JCache) to make
      applications virtually instantaneous
      - presented by Jim Riley
      DATE: Thursday, September 26th
      TIME: 11:30 am
      PLACE: EnteGreat
      LUNCH: Bring your own
      EnteGreat University is on the first floor of the 1900 building
      at International Park, just off I-459 on Acton Road.
      There is a hot link to a map at
      Presentation Overview
      Applications are never too fast!  This presentation shows how using
      Oracle’s Java Object Cache (JCache) in conjunction with an intelligent
      agent can make an application virtually instantaneous.   Oracle’s
      Java Object Cache (formerly OCS4J) is a set of Java classes that are
      designed to maintain a shareable distributed cache of Java objects. 
      The cache supports a wide variety of object types including objects
      that are memory resident, disk resident, input streams and output streams.  
      The classes provide a rich set of facilities to load, update,
      invalidate, destroy and replace objects.  The backdrop for this
      presentation is a real-life application that uses a sophisticated
      caching system that incorporates agents for collecting objects on behalf
      of a user and a JMS based notification component for ensuring the
      objects are always fresh.   An introduction to the architecture of
      Oracle’s Java Object Cache and the services is provided.
      Presenter's Bio
      Jim Riley is a Senior Software Architect with ComFrame Software
      Corporation.  Jim has spoken at numerous user groups and Oracle's
      Developer's Conference on topics related to Java, XML and SVG.  

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