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David t's Blog Posts Tagged 'distributed caching' (2)

Why Data Replication and Federation Are a Good Match

Years ago, IBM had a product called Information Integrator (II).  It was IBM's first attempt at a data integration platform.  While II is no longer around, one thing it got right was the approach of solving customer problems through a combination of data replication and data…

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Added by david t on July 29, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments

A Fast Way to Get Started with Cache Tables (Distributed Caching)

I often get asked if it's easy to set up IBM cache tables and whether they can be set up with scripts instead of a GUI  The answer I give is yes to both questions.  Cache tables, a form of distributed caching, are very easy to set up and you can do it with scripts. The challenges are that (1) IBM's documentation could be better and (2) a good sample is needed. I'm hoping a few pictures, a little text, and a small sample are all that's needed to improve the situation…

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Added by david t on February 5, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

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