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About Terracotta Documentation

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This documentation is about Terracotta DSO, an advanced distributed-computing technology aimed at meeting special clustering requirements.

Terracotta products without the overhead and complexity of DSO meet the needs of almost all use cases and clustering requirements. To learn how to migrate from Terracotta DSO to standard Terracotta products, see Migrating From Terracotta DSO. To find documentation on non-DSO (standard) Terracotta products, see Terracotta Documentation. Terracotta release information, such as release notes and platform compatibility, is found in Product Information.

Release: 3.6
Publish Date: November, 2011

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DSO Documentation

Terracotta Distributed Shared Objects (DSO) is at the core of operations in Terracotta clusters that require object identity, Terracotta object-graph roots, and other DSO technology. Terracotta DSO documentation describes the function, implementation, and usage of DSO in a Terracotta cluster.

The documents listed in the left-hand index cover the following topics:

  • Core concepts
  • Functional architecture
  • Basic configuration
  • API and data-structures guides
  • Common issues and solutions
  • Reference application (complete exposition)

To go to a document, click its name in the left-hand index. To return to this homepage, click the Home breadcrumb appearing at the top of every document.

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