ESUG 2013 Focus: Shared Memory Management for VisualWorks
Shared Memory Management for VisualWorks – Holger Guhl
Thursday, September 12, 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Using Shared Memory is a means of optimizing data interchange between applications. The idea is to avoid any communication and transfer overhead for sending and receiving data. Instead, data are placed in a memory area where associated applications have direct read and write access. The purpose of this project is to revive the discussion about this approach, with emphasis on multi-core computing, and explore the benefits it may provide for Cincom® VisualWorks® applications.
Biography: Holger Guhl has been with Georg Heeg e.K. since 1993. He is Senior Consultant and Certified Scrum Master, and has been on development and consulting projects since 1995. He made his first studies about multi-core processing with Polycephaly in 2009 after experiencing heavy time consumption in a challenging project.
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