In-Memory Computing Planet Blogs and Events
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Line of business (LOB) leaders and their application developers are applying a variety of cloud technologies for competitive advantage. IDC predicts that by 2020, over 90 percent of enterprises will use multiple cloud services and platforms, with more than one third of these organizations having established mechanisms to operate their multi-cloud environments. Are you and […]
Where to put my diamond earrings? I stared intently at the safe in my hotel room. And once again I pondered what the right answer was. Do I take the few valuables I own and place them in the safe, figure out what code to use, hope I remember my code, and hope the safe […]
This tutorial will show you how to easily set up a Kubernetes cluster on a public cloud using a tool called “Kops.” This post is a complement to our Kubernetes webinar, in which we explained the basic Kubernetes primitives, and our previous blog posts about Redis Enterprise Service and local Kubernetes development. For this tutorial,... Read more »
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One of the new features in Oracle 18c is In-Memory Optimized Arithmetic. In Oracle 18c we introduced an in-memory optimized NUMBER format for fast calculations using SIMD vector processing. For tables compressed with QUERY LOW (which is the default), NUMBER columns can be encoded using this optimized format.
Computations are a large portion of analytical workloads and with SIMD vector processing, aggregations and other arithmetic operations can be a lot faster. With the new in-memory optimized NUMBER format you can expect a significant performance boost for arithmetic computations. We have seen up to 9X better performance.
The new in-memory optimized NUMBER format is enabled through the INMEMORY_OPTIMIZED_ARITHMETIC initialization parameter.
As an example, let’s run the following query without using In-Memory optimized NUMBER format.
As I was following up on GDPR requirements and the implications, it got me thinking into what it means for traditional backup and data protection functions within IT organizations. Up until now, data protection has been an important but often IT-level task. However, in the new data-driven economy, data protection is now a business objective, […]
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