JDBC pools and efficient file handling: Java mitap December 3 in St. Petersburg
We invite you to the Java meeting on the performance, which will be held on December 3 in the St. Petersburg office of Wrike. Let's talk about low-level, but important for developers of any level things that sometimes do not have enough space at java-conferences.
In a programme
Alexander Kolesnikov, Wrike – JDBC Pools Battle
Alexander works as a backend techlide / SRE at Wrike. Most of the backend services in the company are written in Java, the main storage is a relational database (PostgreSQL). Fault tolerance and database performance are critical, as Wrike provides users with an uptime service of 99.99%.
In the report, Alexander will answer the following questions:
- What are JDBC pools for?
- Why are there so many implementations, and what are their differences;
- Which pool to choose for your application; 4) What pool settings are worth paying attention to.
Dmitry Govorukhin, GridGain – Effective file management for Java developers
Dmitry is a Team Leader / Lead Developer at GridGain. The main specialization is distributed systems, problems of their performance, fault tolerance and scaling.
Dmitry will talk about personal experience in developing disk intensive applications and the rake collected during the development of the Apache Ignite Native Store:
- what else besides your workload affects performance;
- what you need to do to squeeze the maximum out of the disk;
- common mistakes and misconceptions when working with the Java IO API.
We are waiting for you in the Wrike office on December 3 to 19:00. The event is free, registration is required. After the official program – free communication, networking, pizza and beer.
More on how to get there.