Apache Geode By Example - Partitioned & Replicated Regions

July 9, 2018

For the third episode of Apache Geode By Example, I cover Apache Geode’s two primary region types: partitioned and replicated. Think of regions like tables in a relational database. Like a table, a region is an abstraction that allows you to model your data. Partitioned regions - a partitioned region spans the entire distributed system (each server node) and divides the data into buckets. Partitioned regions are best for large datasets, partitioned event listeners, and write heavy operations. ... Read more

Apache Geode By Example - Getting Started

June 29, 2018

Last week, I started a series of videos called Apache Geode By Example. The first episdoe highlights Apache Geode’s Continuous Query feature. This week, we are taking a step back and running through how to get Apache Geode and its Examples running locally. Check out the video below and keep an eye out for next week’s episode.

Apache Geode By Example - Continuous Queries

June 23, 2018

I recently just started a series I’m calling Apache Geode by Example. Each week, I’m going to run through one of the examples found in the Apache Geode Examples repo. This week, I recorded the first episode of the series, which covers Continuous Queries. This isn’t the most logical first episode, but its a really powerful feature that I like talking about. Check out the video below and keep an eye out for future episodes. ... Read more

Mining Experiment

January 11, 2018

Back in July 2017, when I bought my latest desktop, I figured I had enough GPU power to possibly make some money mining cryptocurrencies. With a little MSI GTX 1060, could I actually make money while my machine is just sitting “idle”. Choosing a Pool Personally, I think Ethereum has the largest potential upside of any cryptocurrency at the moment, so I started there. I knew I needed to participate in a mining pool in the hopes of getting some return. ... Read more

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