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Caching with GemFire


Spring Caching with Pivotal GemFire

Spring Data Gemfire project provides a CacheManager implementation for Pivotal Gemfire.

Get Gemfire

First you have to get a trial copy from Pivotal Gemfire.
Install it into your system, and make sure it runing.

Enable Caching

Add @EnableCaching(mode=AdviceMode.ASPECTJ) annotation on the configuration class if you are using Java based configuration.
@Configuration
...
@EnableCaching(mode=AdviceMode.ASPECTJ)
public class JpaConfig {...}
Then, specify a CacheManager provider in your configuration. There is a GuavaCacheManager provided by Spring.
@Bean
CacheFactoryBean cacheFactoryBean() {
 return new CacheFactoryBean();
}

@Bean
LocalRegionFactoryBean<String, Conference> localRegionFactory(final GemFireCache cache) {
 return new LocalRegionFactoryBean<String, Conference>() {{
  setCache(cache);
  setName("conference");
 }};
}

@Override
@Bean
public CacheManager cacheManager() {
 GemfireCacheManager _cacheManager= new GemfireCacheManager();
 try {
  _cacheManager.setCache(cacheFactoryBean().getObject());
  Set<Region<?,?>> regions=new HashSet<>();
  regions.add(localRegionFactory(cacheFactoryBean().getObject()).getObject());
  _cacheManager.setRegions(regions);
 } catch (Exception e) {
  // TODO Auto-generated catch block
  e.printStackTrace();
 }
 
 return _cacheManager;
}

@Override
@Bean
public KeyGenerator keyGenerator() {
 return new SimpleKeyGenerator();
}
Do not forget to add the spring-data-gemfire dependency in your Maven pom.xml file.
<dependency>
 <groupId>org.springframework.data</groupId>
 <artifactId>spring-data-gemfire</artifactId>
</dependency>

Code sample

Check out the sample codes.
And explore the spring-cache-gemfire folder.
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