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Manik Surtani is a core R&D engineer at JBoss and project lead on JBoss Cache. He has a background in artificial intelligence and neural networks, a field he left behind when he moved from academic circles to the commercial world. Since then, he's been working with Java-related technologies, first for a startup, focusing on knowledge management and information exchange. He later worked for a large London-based consultancy as a tech lead focused on e-commerce applications on large J2EE and peer-to-peer technology. Manik is a strong proponent of open source development methodologies, ethos, and collaborative processes, and often speaks at Java User Groups around the world. Manik is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 39 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Infinispan - A Data Grid Platform

08.20.2012
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For the past few months, I have been working with prominent technology blogger and author Francesco Marchioni on my first book ever.  Unsurprisingly, this is a book on Infinispan, written for Packt Publishing.

This is an entry-level book, covering high level concepts of distributed caching and data grids, before diving into practical, hands-on details of setting up, configuring and using Infinispan.  Monitoring a running grid via JMX and RHQ are also covered, as is a chapter on using Infinispan from CDI, the increasingly popular programming model for enterprise Java.

Grab the book - in print or electronic format - from Packt's website.  
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