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About Terracotta Documentation

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.

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Release: 3.6
Publish Date: November, 2011

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Terracotta reference documentation contains the detailed knowledge needed to make your use of Terracotta highly efficient and productive. Whether you need answers to issues, aim to extend your application's capabilities, or want to tame a complex clustered environment, you'll find resources here.

Reference documentation is divided into subject sections.

Configuration guides explain how Terracotta configuration works, from configuration files to server arrays, high-availability to annotations and special configuration scenarios.

API guides show you how to plug into the Terracotta API and take advantage of features such as cluster events and asynchronous caches.

Reference documents cover topics designed to advance your understanding with lots of definitions, illustrations, and examples. Dive in to learn more about basic concepts, grasp advanced topics, find useful solutions, and develop insight into the behavioral aspects of Terracotta DSO.

Tool Guides show you how to use the extensive visual tools, configuration utilities, and interfaces to monitor your installation, configure components, update software, and diagnose problems.

Troubleshooting pages are filled with answers to typical questions and common problems.

Release documents keep you up-to-date on the latest software releases.

One of the most effective resources available for successfully integrating your project with Terracotta is the [Terracotta Forge]. The Forge is a rich collection of tools, including ready-to-use Terracotta integration modules (TIMs), a development lab, in-depth documentation, useful Maven archetypes, and community support.

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