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Responding Rapidly When You Have 100GB+ Data Sets in Java
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| by Peter Lawrey on Jul 05, 2015 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in New York Jun 26-30, 2017. Join us!
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Summary
Peter Lawrey discusses data driven reactive systems - how to realistically profile your latency distribution in a test environment, how to find rare bugs which only occur after millions of events and have confidence you have fixed them, how to implement resilience and monitor such a system.

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Peter Lawrey: Most Java and JVM answers on StackOverflow.com (10K answers), author of "Vanilla Java" blog (3.3 million hits, 274 posts), Lead Developer of OpenHFT's open source library for HFT and other high performance systems in Java.

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