Oracle Coherence

Performance


Performance is the inverse of latency, and latency is the measurement of how long something takes to complete. If increasing performance is the goal, then getting rid of anything that has any latency is the solution. Obviously, it is impossible to get rid of all latencies, since the High Availability and reliability aspects of an application are counting on the underlying infrastructure, such as Oracle Coherence, to maintain reliable up-to-date back-ups of important information, which means that some operations (such as data modifications and pessimistic transactions) have unavoidable latencies. On the other hand, every remaining operation that could possibly have any latency needs to be targeted for elimination, and Oracle Coherence provides a large number of capabilities designed to do just that:

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