The data grid tool is offered as part of Oracle's Fusion middleware package, and allows web servers to manage data which is being stored in memory. The tool is primarily used for web applications with heavy user loads.
The latest version of Coherence will support total memory grids of up to 1TB, allowing for higher memory capacities within systems. The update will also add a new 'Guardian' feature to better detect and manage possible service disruptions.
Oracle has added better integration with its WebLogic Server and WebLogic Portal offerings, as well as faster performance for the web session management model.
The company hopes that the improvements will allow Coherence to run web applications faster and more reliably.
"Oracle Coherence continues to deliver on the promise of easier scalability, predictability in performance and simplified operation," said Cameron Purdy, vice president of development at Oracle.
"The Coherence tera-scale capability enables applications to work with massive data sets in-memory, while simultaneously simplifying the infrastructure of the data grid."
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