How to Work with Hazelcast Distributed Maps in Java

Distributed maps provide a way for applications to store and access data in a distributed environment, where the data is automatically distributed across multiple nodes in a cluster. There are several benefits to using distributed maps: Overall, using distributed maps can improve the scalability, fault tolerance, performance, and consistency of applications that need to store… read more »

How to make Hazelcast’s cluster replication more resilient

Hazelcast is an open source in-memory data grid. It is written in Java and naturally it is popular for Java applications but not only. In simple words, Hazelcast is like a shared map which you can use across different web applications, each of which might be situated on different network nodes and use this map… read more »