The saying goes that there are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things.
Well, turns out the first is solved actually ;)
Come and join us for a session to hear not about one, but two popular open-source projects.
First, Infinispan, an in-memory distributed data store and cache, which is elastically scalable, highly availability and fault-tolerant.
Then, Debezium, a change data capture (CDC) platform for a variety of databases, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDB.
After an overview of the key use cases and capabilities of the two projects, we'll explore in a demo how you can combine Debezium and Infinispan for even greater awesomeness:
* How to keep your cache automatically up-to-date after data changes via Debezium and CDC
* How to read denormalized views of your data with plain key look-ups from an Infinispan cluster close by
* How to propagate cache updates between clusters using cross-site replication
All this driven by Quarkus and connected via Apache Kafka. Bring your questions and ideas so we can discuss and exchange about the potential of these open-source projects in the data space!