Interested in using an in-memory data grid along with data persistence to disk?? Want to help us with some beta testing??
We've come up with a pretty cool product that lets you use plain old java objects (pojo) for all your data. Under the covers, our product translates everything to get data in and out of an in-memory data grid (using gets and puts) as well as into a back-end database (using SQL). The idea is you get an easy and familiar way to work with all your data no matter where it's stored... plus, you get the fast performance of having it all in memory! We do the data persistence behind the scenes asynchronously and with FULL ACID property transactions.
To make all this work, you use our ORM which is delivered as an Eclipse plug-in. The ORM generates the code for standard data access libraries, and then you can modify this code to add whatever business logic you want.
We're looking for a few beta testers to try this stuff out and give us some feedback... shouldn't take more than a few days of your time at the most. We'll get you a free copy of our product to use as well as GigaSpaces for testing. On the back-end, you can use MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, or JDBC. You'll also need Eclipse.
Let me know if you're interested. And, you can check us out at http://www.CloudTran.com. You'll get first access to some great technology and be helping us out A LOT!!
Related topics: in-memory data grids, caching, persistence, distributed transactions, cloud computing, distributed java
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: BETA TESTERS needed for distributed java data layer technology