GridGain Solutions architect Dani Traphagen will host a webinar Aug. 23 that will walk through the basics of a Kubernetes and Apache Ignite deployment. It begins at 11 a.m. Pacific time and 2 p.m. Eastern.
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Have you ever wondered what the world of enterprise systems looked like in the late 1960s? What transformed in the last 2 decades of the 21st century? What was once a prophecy of a renegade of our times, started a renaissance in the world of enterprise computing. Let me take you down the memory lane and through the in-memory computing journey from prophecy to reality with SAP co-founder and chairman Hasso Plattner.
“I have always lived in the world of these enterprise systems from day one on…”
says Hasso in an auditorium of Hasso Plattner Institute, nestled in the quaint town of Potsdam while addressing his PhD students. …
In this article I will focus on Zero Deployment in Apache® Ignite™.
There is a very useful feature in Apache Ignite for inter-node byte-code exchange called peer class loading, also referred to as P2P class loading. Let’s take a look at this in little more detail.
GridGain Systems landed at No. 187 on the 2017 Inc. 5000’s list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, it was announced today.
I think all of us are familiar at this point, one way or another, with the phrase: “Moving to the cloud.”
The “In-Memory Computing Summit 2017 – Silicon Valley” is around the corner. Slated for Oct. 24-25 at the South San Francisco Conference Center, the conference is the only industry-wide event that focuses on the full range of in-memory computing-related technologies and solutions held in North America.
Innovation of Business Applications with SAP HANA
In this installment of our blog series, I will be discussing “How ISVs can adopt SAP HANA into their environment”. SAP HANA is more than a database technology; it is the platform for digital transformation with the leading hybrid transactions analytical platform (HTAP) at its core. Our customers are not only asking us to make our applications cloud ready but much more automated and intelligent too.
Did you know that companies are twice as likely to outperform their peers if they use advanced analytics? It’s no wonder then that today about 74% of firms say they want to become more insight-driven and introduce analytics and data science
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For the second year in a row, Intel® Software Innovators demoed their cutting-edge work at SIGGRAPH 2017, billed as the “world’s largest, most influential annual conference and exhibition in computer... Read more >
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Our partners/friends at Intel have recently announced the availability of Optane, an NVMe-based SSD device built on top of the new persistent memory technology from Intel and Micron, 3D XPoint (3DXP).
Intel Optane Technology
One of the main advantages of 3DXP is that it gives the application a way to decide which part of the dataset should be stored on fast memory, e.g. DRAM, and which part on a slower memory, e.g. Flash/Nand. Our Redis Enterprise Flash (RF) product was built from the ground-up with the same approach in mind.
We therefore decided to conduct an RF benchmark using Optane drives and…
This is the first in a series of posts every two weeks or so on what’s happening on the community front. Lots going on so let’s get rolling!
Here’s the status, as of today, of the meetup landscape for GridGain experts who will be speaking at a wide variety of meetups around the world. Because this is our first update, let’s take a look at the meetups our experts have spoken at over the past few months…
Earlier this year, IDC surveyed 301 IT users from medium-sized and large enterprises, asking them questions that allowed the research firm to determine the relative efficiency of those data centers. (For reference, the average data center contained 386 blades and servers, while the largest third of those surveyed averaged 711 blades and servers.)
Like every other company that wants to gain an edge over the fast-moving competition, Intel wants to move even faster. Business velocity, as measured by the ability to bring more relevant products to market in less time, is a crucial aspect of succeeding in today’s accelerated marketplace. Market windows are becoming more critical; if Intel ...continue reading Faster Product Design through IT Innovation
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