Hazelcast’s In-Memory Computing Platform: 6 main components
The Hazelcast Jet Transaction-Based Systems Reference Architecture
Hazelcast is often used in systems that follow a “request-response” pattern where an end client submits a request to a remote system which runs a task that results in a response.
For example, e-commerce purchases, lookups in a corporate application, and credit card swipes are all request-response transactions.
So, what exactly is Hazelcast and what is its role in facilitating these transactions?
Access this white paper to learn about the process of receiving a request from a client, running a computation on that request, and then returning an output back to the client using the 6 main components of Hazelcast’s In-Memory Computing Platform.