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Oracle® Coherence Tutorial for Oracle Coherence
Release 3.7.1

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Preface

Oracle Coherence (Coherence) is an in-memory data grid solution that enables organizations to predictably scale mission-critical applications by providing fast access to frequently used data. Data grid software is a middleware that reliably manages data objects in memory across many servers. By automatically and dynamically partitioning data, Coherence enables continuous data availability and transactional integrity, even in the event of a server failure.

Developers can easily take advantage of the features of Coherence using the standard Java collections API to access and modify data, and use the standard JavaBeans event model to receive data change notifications.  

Note:

The examples in this tutorial have been run with the 3.7 release of Oracle Coherence. Running the examples with the 3.7.1 release of Coherence will produce the same results.

Audience

This tutorial is intended for software developers, architects, and administrators. It describes how to develop applications for the Oracle Coherence data grid

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following in the Oracle Coherence documentation set:

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