By pelegri on Oct 26, 2006
Terracotta provides clustering and caching for Java objects by instrumenting the Java byte-codes and doing things like (pre)fetching content or updating copies. The company seems to be in an promotional tour and, according to this JDJ article, they are specifically mentioning GlassFish as a container.
Terracotta seems an interesting technology; if you have experiences with it or similar technologies, pray share them. It would be informative to do an experiment similar to what they did with Tomcat. Their web site has plenty of good material, including a couple of screencasts. Check it out!