Terracotta Takes the Stage with Goldman Sachs at Web Services/SOA on Wall Street

Presentation on “Leading-edge Java Scale-out Strategies on Wall Street”

San Francisco, Calif., — February 21, 2006 — Simplifying the scale out of enterprise Java applications, Terracotta, Inc. today announced that company founder and CEO, Ari Zilka, and Vladimir Zakharov, vice president in the Technology Division of Goldman Sachs, will take the stage together at the Web Services/SOA on Wall Street Show & Conference being held on February 27 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.

The joint session is titled “Leading-edge Java Scale-out Strategies on Wall Street” and will discuss the advantages of moving clustering services to the Java runtime environment.

The presentation addresses the fact that Java applications have been scaling out to an unprecedented extent over the last five years — largely on commodity hardware and Linux. At the same time, Java Extended Edition has hit a complexity wall — leading to the proliferation of simplification frameworks. Traditional means of clustering or scaling out Java applications only add to this complexity — additional APIs to learn and maintain, and unnatural semantics that are error prone and brittle. While several frameworks address simplification, they don’t address scalability.

Zilka and Zakharov will cover new technology that is emerging to make scale out far simpler — with zero APIs and with a quantum leap in manageability. They will also address these scale-out concerns and demonstrate how zero-API clustering techniques are the way to go in making coding simpler for developers. The session will be illustrated with several code samples and demos.

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