|Oracle® Coherence Developer's Guide
Part Number E14509-01
Oracle Coherence is a JCache-compliant in-memory caching and data management solution for clustered J2EE applications and application servers. Coherence makes sharing and managing data in a cluster as simple as on a single server. It accomplishes this by coordinating updates to the data using clusterwide concurrency control, replicating and distributing data modifications across the cluster using the highest performing clustered protocol available, and delivering notifications of data modifications to any servers that request them. Developers can easily take advantage of Coherence features using the standard Java collections API to access and modify data, and use the standard JavaBean event model to receive data change notifications. Functionality such as HTTP Session Management is available out-of-the-box for applications deployed to WebLogic, WebSphere, Tomcat, Jetty and other Servlet 2.2, 2.3 and 2.3 compliant application servers.
This document is targeted at software developers and architects. It provides detailed technical information on creating and using the Coherence cache and for writing and deploying Java applications that interact with it.
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For more information, see the following documents that are included in the Oracle Coherence documentation set:
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