Wednesday February 18 at 6 p.m. the Boston Scalability User Group (http://www.bostonsug.org
) hosts GigaSpaces co-founder and CTO Nati Shalom. Nati runs a notable cloud computing blog and is an industry expert with distributed technology. This talk will cover several different topics including:
* Dynamically scaling your application based on current demand
* Situations where space-based architecture is useful
* Infrastructure fault tolerance and self-healing
* Virtualizing servers "in the cloud"
* The effect latency has on scalability
Nati's blog is a great source of information for anyone interested in building scalable applications. This talk is sure to be informative based solely on the content of his blog. Nati is an experienced technologist and he helps large financial firms and telcom companies build out their services to handle extreme load.
As usual we meet at the IBM Innovation Center. The address is 404 Wyman St. Waltham, MA 02451. The meeting start time is 6 p.m. on Wednesday February 18.
Meeting registration is now open at http://www.bostonsug.org/meeting-registration/
. Please register for the meeting if you plan to attend. Of course you can come if you don't register. Everyone is welcome and attendance is free.
If you can't make this meeting but want to find out about future BostonSUG meetings you can join our announcement list. http://www.bostonsug.org/announcement-list/
If you have questions, comments or suggestions you can reach me at anthony at bostonsug dot org. See you at 6 p.m. on the 18th!