speaker details
Waldemar Kot
Waldek Kot is passionate about Java and middleware technologies. Currently works as a Principal Systems Engineer at Oracle Polska, which he joined as a result of BEA Systems acquisition in late 2008. Waldek advises customers in Central and Eastern Europe about use of middleware technologies for their application development, SOA, EDA and BPM projects. He focuses on application development and integration technologies, Java Enterprise Edition, Spring, but also telecom-oriented middleware related to IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), like SIP, SIP Servlet and telecom web services. Waldek is also an active member of Java community in Poland. When not discussing about technology, he spends most of the time with his family in Warsaw. From time to time Waldek shares fun about technology on his blog.


Introduction to in-memory data grid technology – Oracle Coherence workshop


1. Introduction to data-grids
2. Getting started with Oracle Coherence
3. Working with data objects
4. Running distributed queries and aggregating data in cache
5. Parallel and in-place processing of the grid data
6. Observing changes in the grid
7. Extend Java Persistence API with Oracle Coherence

Format: the workshop will be very hands-on – a few slides with lots of laboratories.
Prerequisites: PC computer with 2 GB RAM, 10 GB of free disk space.
Audience: Java developers and architects building complex, mission-critical server-side systems.

Meet Complex Event Processing - emerging paradigm to build sophisticated, event-driven applications

Event processing is an emerging area in software development and one of the fastest growing segments of enterprise middleware. CEP - Complex Event Processing - covers processing of multiple streams of events in real-time. The goal is to extract more meaningful insight into what happens in a problem domain. CEP employs techniques such as detection of complex patterns of many events, event correlation and abstraction, event hierarchies, and relationships between events such as causality, membership, and timing, and event-driven processes.

During the presentation you will learn about key concepts of event processing and see demonstrations of CEP applications built in Java language and run in lightweight event-driven Java container, supporting ultra-high throughput (millions of events per second) and microsecond level latencies. Come and see the power of events!


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