Abstract: Baratine is a new GPL distributed in-memory Java architecture for building high-performance web services. It is a culmination of Caucho's over 16 years of industry experience packed into a 7 MB distribution. Baratine presents a unification of application and data within the same JVM in a single-threaded model that goes above and beyond caching and NoSQL databases. Its actor-based non-blocking architecture ushers in a new wave of agile microservices that can be quickly built to be inherently scalable. Baratine presents a POJO approach to distributed services such that developers need not worry about cache coherency, schemas, and database mapping. Baratine allows users to build new resilient services or integrate their current services into a platform that can be deployed to hundreds or thousands of servers.
Bio: Sean Wiley is the Technical Evangelist for Caucho Technology. He holds a BS from the University of California San Diego in Computer Science. Sean engages with both the sales and engineering teams to facilitate adaption of technology and integration into solutions. Previous to Caucho Sean worked as an IT Analyst at Cisco and Database Programmer for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He is based out of the sunny San Diego office, but has been known to travel to occasional Java User Groups and conferences outside of the city.
Company Bio: Caucho's relentless quest for performance and reliability paved the way for Resin® to become one of the leading open source Java application servers since 1998. Our engineers' dedication to the development, support and evolution of the Resin Java EE 6 Web Profile continues to uphold our reputation for quality, performance and manageability. We've helped over 4.7 million web sites worldwide including start-ups, governments and Fortune 500 companies build and grow their business with one of the most flexible, rock-solid and powerful application servers, Resin. Caucho is an Oracle Java EE licensee focusing on Web Profile and Cloud solutions. Our offices are located in San Diego and San Francisco, California.