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By Rob.Misek-Oracle on Jan 28, 2013
In this video Chris Neal, Systems Architect at Pegasus Solutions, Pegasus Solutions uses Oracle Coherence to increase availability and response time and reduce the cost of processing transactions. Chris also discusses the background on the need for an in-memory data grid solution, the process behind selecting Oracle Coherence and their various use cases including the use of Elastic Data.
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- Best Questions: 'Top Uses Cases for In-Memory Data Grids' Webcast
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- Coherence SIGs Coming to Europe in November!
- Coherence Sessions to Watch For at Oracle OpenWorld 2014
- Running Tabular Reports with Coherence 12.1.3 Reporter
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- /Coherence Special Interest Group
- /Customer Showcase
- /OpenWorld & JavaOne