Label: hotrod

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Page: Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hot_rod, cache_server
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hot_rod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hot_rod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hot_rod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hot_rod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hot_rod, client_server, client
Page: Server Command Line Options (Infinispan 5.1)
Infinispan ships several server modules ISPN:Infinispan Server Modules, some of which can be started via calling startServer.sh or startServer.bat scripts from command line. These currently include Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Server, Memcached ...
Other labels: server, memcached, websocket
Page: Server Command Line Options (Infinispan 6.0)
Infinispan ships several server modules ISPN:Infinispan Server Modules, some of which can be started via calling startServer.sh or startServer.bat scripts from command line. These currently include Hot Rod Hot Rod Server, Memcached Memcached ...
Other labels: server, memcached, websocket
Page: Server Command Line Options (Infinispan 5.3)
Infinispan ships several server modules ISPN:Infinispan Server Modules, some of which can be started via calling startServer.sh or startServer.bat scripts from command line. These currently include Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Server, Memcached ...
Other labels: server, memcached, websocket
Page: Server Command Line Options (Infinispan 5.0)
Infinispan ships several server modules ISPN:Infinispan Server Modules, some of which can be started via calling startServer.sh or startServer.bat scripts from command line. These currently include Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Server, Memcached ...
Other labels: server, memcached, websocket