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Title:
New technology in IBM Java: An Introduction to MultiTenancy
Stream:
Java (4)
Speakers:
Iain Lewis
Abstract:
An introduction to the one of the latest features in IBM's Java SDK, MultiTenancy. Multitenancy is a form of 'JVM virtualization' which allows a single JVM to be shared safely by multiple applications (tenants). It achieves these goals without requiring application changes, and introduces resource controls to limit the usage of each tenant. This talk will explain the shared JVM model and describe how tenant isolation and resource quotas are implemented and enforced.
Bio:

Iain Lewis:

Iain is part of IBM's Java Technology Center (JTC) team based at the Hursley Park Development Lab in the UK, and has spent 13 years in various roles, developing, servicing and testing the IBM SDK for Java.
He is currently a senior member of the System Test team, and is responsible for testcase development and automation across 4 Java releases and 12 supported platforms. His current focuses are on testing the MultiTenancy feature of the IBM Java SDK, and using dynamic code generation to improve the testing of the JIT compiler within the SDK

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