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Which Desing Pattern Fits

rajasekhar yenduva
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Hi Every Body,
I have Business Scenario like Object needed across the JVM's So Which Design Pattern Fit Do the needfull

Thanks In Advance
Rajasekhar


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Are you looking for an in-memory distributed object cache / data grid?
If so, there are several ready-made products available that offer this functionality, like Oracle Coherence, Terracotta and GemFire.


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