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Feb
12
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

A recent Dresner report, the Analytical Data Infrastructure Market Study, includes MemSQL for the first time. The report shows MemSQL as the leader among full-service database providers – ahead of Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, and Oracle. (A few specialty analytics products also rank highly.) The Dresner report is part of their Wisdom of Crowds series, and rates MemSQL as an Overall Leader in both major categories of the report: Customer Experience and Vendor Credibility, with a perfect Recommend score.  About the Dresner Study Dresner Advisory Services is well-known for their insightful market studies on business intelligence (BI) and analytics. …

The post Dresner’s Wisdom of Crowds Report Puts MemSQL at the Top appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
11
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Capterra describes itself as “the leading online resource for business software buyers,” boasting more than one million verified software reviews across hundreds of software categories. Those one million reviews include many positive takes on MemSQL software, including this comment from a big data manager: “Best Distributed RDBMS Ever!”  Capterra is growing fast, with more than five million monthly users, and the number of verified reviews on the site nearly doubling between 2018 and mid-2019. Capterra research asserts that reviews reduce purchase cycles by more than six months. More than four in ten small and medium business (SMB) users surveyed use …

The post Capterra Captures Positive Reviews of MemSQL appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
10
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post is part of a series describing how to run an entire MemSQL cluster – which usually requires at least five servers or machine instances – on your laptop, in a Linux virtual machine (VM). That’s right – even though MemSQL is a distributed system, you can run a minimal version of MemSQL on your laptop, in a single Linux VM. We tell you how in this blog post.  You also have the option of running MemSQL on your laptop in other environments – see our blog posts for Docker Desktop, Kubernetes, and Linux.  You should use the …

The post Spin up a MemSQL Cluster on Vagrant in 10 Minutes appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
10
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post is part of a series describing how to run an entire MemSQL cluster – which usually requires at least five servers or machine instances – on your laptop, in a Linux virtual machine (VM). That’s right – even though MemSQL is a distributed system, you can run a minimal version of MemSQL on your laptop, in a single Linux VM. We tell you how in this blog post.  You also have the option of running MemSQL on your laptop in other environments – see our blog posts for Docker Desktop, Kubernetes, and Vagrant. You should use the …

The post Spin up a MemSQL Cluster on Linux in 10 Minutes appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
10
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

A lot of a developer’s work is about transforming and aggregating data: Increasing the quantity of a product in a shopping cart Applying VAT on the price of a product Computing the price of a shopping cart Etc… Sometimes, one needs the features of a full-fledged stream processing engine, such as Hazelcast Jet, sometimes not. […]

The post An Easy Performance Improvement with EntryProcessor appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Feb
07
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This is the second part of a two-part blog post; part one is here. The recent release of MemSQL 7.0 has fast replication as one of its major features. With this release, MemSQL offers high-throughput, synchronous replication that, in most cases, only slows MemSQL’s very fast performance by about 10%, compared with asynchronous replication. This is achieved in a very high-performing, distributed, relational database. In this talk, available on YouTube, Rodrigo Gomes describes the high points as to how MemSQL achieved these results.  Rodrigo Gomes is a senior engineer in MemSQL’s San Francisco office, specializing in distributed systems, transaction processing, …

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Feb
07
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This is the first part of a two-part blog post; part two is here. The recent release of MemSQL 7.0 has fast replication as one of its major features. With this release, MemSQL offers high-throughput, synchronous replication that, in most cases, only slows MemSQL’s very fast performance by about 10%, compared with asynchronous replication. This is achieved in a very high-performing, distributed, relational database. In this talk, available on YouTube, Rodrigo Gomes describes the high points as to how MemSQL achieved these results.  Rodrigo Gomes is a senior engineer in MemSQL’s San Francisco office, specializing in distributed systems, transaction processing, …

The post Webinar Recap, Part 1: Building Fast Distributed Synchronous Replication at MemSQL appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
06
2020
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Feb
06
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

On January 23rd, Intel participated in the SNIA Persistent Memory Summit in California. We have come a long way in the last eight years; we no longer spend most of our time explaining what persistent memory is, but instead talk about the latest products, start-ups, and research ideas going on around it. One thing was ...continue reading Persistent Memory: From Big Deal Someday, to Big Deal Today

The post Persistent Memory: From Big Deal Someday, to Big Deal Today appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Feb
06
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Among the many capabilities of an in-memory data grid (IMDG), cache is one of the most well-known and used. However, as its name implies, data resides in memory. The memory is of finite capacity. In order not to put more data than memory can handle, we must decide how to curate it. Hazelcast comes with […]

The post Persisting In-Memory Data for Later Usage appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Feb
04
2020
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Feb
04
2020
Posted by The Ripple Effect

In a recent article, The Next Platform’s Timothy Prickett Morgan argues that “cache is king” as he examines the implications of adding another layer of cache hierarchy to the general use of L1, L2, and L3 caches in current processor architectures by discussing the topic in hardware terms. The concept: Adding L4—another cache layer to the hierarchy.

 
Feb
04
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

I joined Hazelcast in January 2014 as employee number 12. At that time Hazelcast 3.1 was the current version. Since then, about every 7-8 months we have done a “minor” release, the latest of which is 3.12. Minor in the sense that they didn’t change the API. We added many features and improved many aspects […]

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