DataStreamer is the best way to load data to cache (even localLoadCache was
implemented over a streamer).
I just want to say, you should not use a DataStreamer in a thread of Ignite
compute (do it asynchronously). Also you can use one instance of Streamer
by node, if you want to better performance..

On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 11:54 AM, nskovpin <kolehan...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks, your answer solved my speed problem. But what about saving data
> into
> a cache? Is there a good approach to save my entities directly in local
> nodes? I know that ignite has a IgniteCache.localLoadCache() method, but it
> requires a CacheStore (I dont need it).
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