Jagdish Mirani

Jagdish Mirani is an enterprise software executive with extensive experience in Product Management and Product Marketing. Currently he is the Principal Product Marketing Manager for Pivotal’s in-memory data grid product called GemFire. Prior to Pivotal, Jagdish spent 10 years at Oracle in their Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence groups. More recently, Jag was at AgilOne, a startup in the predictive marketing cloud space. Prior to AgilOne, Jag was at Business Objects (now part of SAP), Actuate (now part o OpenText), and NetSuite (now part of Oracle). Jag holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Santa Clara University and an MBA from the U.C. Berkeley Haas School of Business.

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  • Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache V1.3

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    Featuring multi-site WAN replication, local disk persistence, inline cache, and server side functions.

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    If you want to learn more about Apache Geode, then you’re in luck. We’ve got plenty of Geode content at SpringOne Platform 2017, delivered by practitioners and subject matter experts.

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  • Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache V1.1, Featuring Session State Caching

    Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache V1.1, Featuring Session State Caching

    See how easy it is to adopt session state caching without making any changes to your application

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  • Supercharging Your Scale Cube: Caching for Microservices on Pivotal Cloud Foundry

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  • An Introduction to Look-Aside Caching

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    Learn the basics of look-aside caching, how it works, when to use it and how it differs from inline caching. Also, we clarify caching-related terms such as read-aside, read-thru, and write-behind.

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    Getting Started With Domain Driven Design—Top 3 Concepts

    Modern application design patterns like Domain-Driven Design (DDD) are successfully helping companies break down complexity while improving development productivity. DDD puts the focus on...

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  • The DAS vs NAS Debate For Apache Hadoop

    The DAS vs NAS Debate For Apache Hadoop

    If you want to spin up a Apache Hadoop cluster, you need to grapple with the question of how to attach your disks. Historically, this decision has favored direct attached storage (DAS). However,...

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