This article explains how to add a custom server task to Red Hat Data Grid to evict and reload a cache from a database table.
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Learn how to create indexes in Red Hat Data Grid to make caches work faster and a Spring Boot application to query a cache.
Get started with new features in Red Hat Data Grid 8.3, including cross-site replication improvements, two new SQL cache stores, and Helm chart support.
An intelligent, distributed caching solution that boosts application performance, provides greater deployment flexibility, and minimizes the overhead of standing up new applications.
Learn how to connect to Red Hat Data Grid without using SSL. This service uses single sign-on tech (SSO) without SSL when you don't require secure connectivity.
Follow these steps to integrate Data Grid and JBoss EAP in the same project on OpenShift. You can boost application scalability by offloading the session data.
Learn how to make and manage services on cloud-based platforms with the Red Hat Data Grid Operator. This technique adds global clusters across multiple services.
Follow this tutorial to size your single-sign on project. Learn how to design benchmarks and assess performance to develop an more precise estimate.
Explore the architecture behind a real-time game leaderboard that tracks scores and ranks players. We use Data Grid and Quarkus on a hybrid cloud deployment.
Use Quarkus to integrate two clustered, embedded Red Hat Data Grid caches and deploy them to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
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Reactive programming is a great way to work with microservices that pass asynchronous data to each other. See it in action with Coderland's latest ride.
Deploy the Reactica code and see it in action.
An in-depth look at the reactive system of microservices that work together to calculate wait times for the Reactica roller coaster.
This video shows you how to deploy and run the Reactica roller coaster.
This video is a short overview of the Reactica architecture and the middleware that supports it.
Read all about the Reactica roller coaster and the system of reactive microservices that keep it running.
This article talks about multiple layers of security available while deploying Red Hat Data Grid on OpenShift. The layers of security offer a combination of security measures provided by Data Grid as well as by OpenShift/Kubernetes.
This article describes how Red Hat Single Sign-On uses open source technology to provide a true multi-site single sign-on authentication platform capable of handling next-generation applications.
Using the Horizontal Pod Autoscaler to autoscale Red Hat Cache Service is a nice way to increase overall system capacity depending on the load. The autoscaler monitors the amount of memory used by the container and adds or removes Cache Service pods based on this measurement. This article provides a demo of how to use the autoscaler to autoscale Red Hat Cache Service.
Red Hat Data Grid was used to power the multi-cloud real-time scavenger hunt game at Red Hat Summit 2018. In this article, you will learn how features of Data Grid were used to implement the games functionality, while replicating across three different cloud environments for high availability and resiliency.