JCache (JSR 107), just released in March 2014, standardizes caching for Java applications. Caching is a primary technique for application performance and scale. Open source projects and commercial implementations have just released their first implementations. It is now possible to add caching to your applications in a standards-based way and choose the implementation best suited to your needs. This session shows you
• How to take an existing application and add caching to it
• How to use the Java and annotations APIs
• How to install multiple caching providers and swap between them
Finally, the presentation walks you through some best practices for using JCache.

Filmed at JavaOne 2014.

Presentation: Using the New JCache

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