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Register Now for Coherence CE and Helidon 2.0 Webinars on June 25

Randy Stafford, and Will Lyons

If you're a Coherence user, this is something you will not want to miss.   As you know, Oracle Coherence pioneered the In-Memory Data Grid market, and is used today in mission-critical applications around the world and across industries.  Oracle Coherence can be used a shared data store for traditional Java SE, Java EE and Jakarta EE applications, for lightweight microservices, and for in-memory data processing on the data grid.  You may already know we've recently introduced new features for Oracle Coherence in 14.1.1, including Java SE 8 and Java SE 11 support, polyglot programming on the grid with GraalVM, new messaging capabilities, distributed tracing capabilities and continued Kubernetes support. It is supported on-premises, or on Oracle Cloud, and with the Oracle Database and Database Cloud Services. In these webinars we're going to take a big step forward introducing Coherence CE.  If you want to know what Coherence CE is, well, you will have to attend the webinar.  The Coherence development team will be there to tell you all about it, and show you too! 

We will also be introducing Helidon 2.0.  Helidon provides a set of Java libraries in open source for developing lightweight microservices, leveraging technologies such as GraalVM Native Image and Microprofile.  Helidon 2.0 is the latest release which has been under development for months.   The Helidon team will be there to highlight its new features and capabilities.  We will also show how Helidon 2.0, and GraalVM, can be used together with Coherence CE to deliver innovative microservices architectures with built-in scalability, reliability and performance.

Please register now for one of these webinars, at the time that works for you, at:

Thanks for your interest!

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