December 15th, 2014: Coherence Special Interest Group Meeting

Call for Speakers
Do you have an interesting Coherence implementation/experience/architecture you'd like to share? Are you interested in sharing your experience with the Coherence Community? If so let us know!


  • Monday, December 15th, 2014
  • 10am to 4:45pm


  • Cliftons Melbournee
  • 1/440 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
  • Southern Cross Station (< 5 mins walk)


Time Topic Speaker Company
10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:30 Welcome Introduction Stephane Moriceau Oracle
10:45 Coherence Roadmap plans, for super scalable and always available data

Craig will outline where Coherence is headed, the new featured for maximum global availability.
Craig Blitz Oracle
11:30 Coherence Best Practices

This session will discussed the best practices when implementing features such as Elastic Data and Push Replication, deploying large clusters, and tuning performance including during failover.
Tim Middleton Oracle
12:30 Lunch & Networking
13:15 Real-Time cache persistence for ultra-fast disk based recovery and 'snapshoting'

The planned Recoverable caching feature in the next release of Coherence offers real-time disk based persistence for any changes to a Coherence cluster. This includes locks, listeners etc, as well as data. A detailed explanation of how this feature will work will be discussed and demonstrated using JVisualVM to recover and archive snapshots.
Tim Middleton Oracle
14:15 Use-case: Rejuvenate your enterprise applications with Coherence

Focusing on integration with packaged applications such as SAP, this session will highlight how companies are more and more using Coherence to increase the performance, scalability, and agility of their enterprise applications while at the same time protecting their existing investment.
Stephane Moriceau Oracle
15:00 Customer Presentation

15:45 Break
16:15 Real-time Coherence cache and database synchronisation

The new HotCache feature in Coherence 12c enables database changes to be pushed to Coherence in real-time, so your cache data is never stale. This session will explain how this works and why no database or application changes are required. This will also include a number of customer case studies and the benefits its delivering.
Craig Blitz Oracle
16:45 Q&A, Award and Closing remarks


  • Register here to attend the event. Registration is required for building security and catering.


  • Tim Middleton for more information, comments, corrections or suggestions.


The Melbourne Coherence Special Interest Group (SIG), focuses on providing information, resources and events for developers, engineers, architects and operations managers using Oracle Coherence.

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