Articles about in-memory

Empty Trash Mac OS

Get that trash out of your cache

There is a hot cache integration between Hazelcast and Striim that prevents an in-memory cache being out of sync with its underlying multi-application access database. It means, Hazelcast says, customers can run multiple applications off a single database, while keeping cache refreshes up to date and meeting latency SLAs. …
Chris Mellor, 3 Nov 2016
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This storage upstart knows its technical onions: Symbolic IO

Analysis Symbolic IO is a startup that claims its storage and compute technology can run database queries 60 times or more faster than other systems, and offers ”limitless enterprise storage.” It was founded in 2012 by Brian Ignomirello, a former CTO of Hewlett Packard’s Global storage unit, and secured $1.4m in debt financing in 2013 …
Chris Mellor, 1 Jun 2016
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Storage bunfight: Hazelcast says Gridgain faked benchmark result

In-memory software startup GridGain has denied an allegation by Hazelcast that it committed benchmark fraud. This comes after GridGain published benchmark data showing it is faster than Hazelcast, which is one of its competitors. Hazelcast CEO Greg Luck believes that the GridGain "tests were faked, illegitimate and …
Chris Mellor, 22 Feb 2016

Thanks for the extra memories, folks: Say hi to GridGain

GridGain Systems software provides an in-memory facility for running transactions, streaming and analytics applications using clustered x86 server nodes in a grid defined by a distributed, massively parallel architecture. It says its software enables such applications to run thousands of times faster than on disk-based systems …
Chris Mellor, 15 Feb 2016
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Oracle: What's the X4-4? In-memory monster slams jaws down on 3TB, for starters

OpenWorld Oracle can analyse up to 3TB of data in memory with its latest Exalytics In-Memory Machine, the X4-4. Announced at Larry Ellison’s OpenWorld extravaganza, this system features four Xeon E7-8895 v2 processors, up to 3TB of memory, 4.8TB of flash and a paltry 7.2TB of disk storage (6 x 1.2TB 10K 2.5-inch drives). Its X3-4 …
Chris Mellor, 29 Sep 2014
Oracle frankenstein

Oracle rewrites 'the brain' of its database to take on SAP

Oracle's future is its rival's past, but the database giant isn't worried because the changes it has made to let its database store data in speedy consumer memory afford far more backwards compatibility than does SAP HANA. With the launch of the Oracle Database In-Memory tech on Tuesday, the world's most influential data- …
Jack Clark, 10 Jun 2014
SAP HANA

SAP cloaks HANA in terabyte dress for VMware's dance hall

Updated VMware and SAP have partnered to let a virtualized breed of the in-memory data muncher HANA run on customer-owned hardware as well as in the public cloud. The deal was announced by the two companies on Monday, and means that companies running vSphere 5.5 have another way to access SAP's in-memory data fiddler. When running on …
Jack Clark, 6 May 2014
Greg Luck, CTO at Hazelcast

Hazelcast signs Java speed king to its in-memory data-grid crew

In-memory data-grid specialist Hazelcast has landed the guru behind Java caching framework Ehcache as its chief technology officer. Greg Luck is joining Hazelcast to refine its in-memory data-grid product for enterprises and to develop paid-for packages. Luck is famous for leading Ehcache, the most widely used Java cache …
Gavin Clarke, 21 Jan 2014
Oracle Exalytics appliance

Oracle gooses Exalytics in-memory appliance with flash, fat DDR3 sticks

Apparently the "speed of thought" that Oracle cofounder and CEO Larry Ellison was bragging about when Big Red launched its Exalytics in-memory applianceback in October 2011 is no longer fast enough. And so Oracle is gussying it up with a memory upgrade and a flash card boost until it can get a new "Ivy Bridge-EX" version of the …
Apple Maiden data center Teradata

Teradata boosts DRAM on appliances for in-memory queries

If it were as simple as adding more main memory to a server to crank up the performance of a parallel database, Teradata would have done it by now. But with memory capacities going up on x86 servers and memory prices coming down, now is the time to add more in-memory processing to data warehouse appliances – and that is …
The Register breaking news

Business intelligence startup tarts up Hadoop for managers

For the world's most lauded open source data platform, Hadoop is remarkably difficult to use, so Tuesday brings another company slinging a tool that entices managers and analysts into fiddling with the elephant. This time it's analytics startup Platfora with the general release of its in-memory business intelligence layer atop …
Jack Clark, 26 Mar 2013
SAP HANA

SAP plans HANA education push to channel partners

SAP is planning a serious education push to the channel about its super-fast Business Suite based around its HANA in-memory database software, which will be the basis for all of the company's future apps and development projects. "This is going to be an ongoing process," Ken Tsai, VP of HANA product marketing, told The …
Iain Thomson, 11 Jan 2013
The Register breaking news

SAP claims speeds record with HANA Business Suite revolution

SAP has announced a new version of its Business Suite that offers blindingly fast database reporting via HANA with the goal of three-second response times to transactional queries. "It's much better analytics, between ten and ten thousand times faster. I'm not bragging here that we achieved up to 250,000 times faster because …
Iain Thomson, 10 Jan 2013
The Register breaking news

Microsoft boasts of Big Data chops for in-memory SQL

Microsoft claims that new in-memory data processing capabilities in the next build of SQL will improve performance by a factor of fifty compared to current speeds. "We're bringing an in-memory transactional capability to SQL Server," said Ted Kummert, corporate vice president of the Business Platform Division, in his keynote …
Iain Thomson, 7 Nov 2012
HP's ProLiant Gen8 servers

HP doubles up SAP hard-hearted HANA appliances

Everybody – especially server makers without much of a software business – wants to peddle SAP HANA in-memory databases, and HP is no exception: they're taking its AppSystem for SAP up another notch with a disaster-tolerant configuration for supporting HANA. In a blog posting, Mary Kwan, global business manager for SAP …
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IBM rolls up SAP HANA appliance on SUSE Linux, x iron

With the HANA in-memory database selling like hotcakes among SAP customers and the German software giant offloading the job of configuring and selling the hardware, IBM wants to get a piece of the action, and do so before HP, Dell, and others (excepting Oracle, which has its own appliances) snap up the business. To that end, …
The Register breaking news

SAP flashes cash to pump up HANA biz

SAP hasn't had a product as popular as its HANA in-memory data processing engine since the R/3 enterprise resource planning suite launched two decades ago and took off like wildfire, transforming the German software company into the dominant application software provider in the world. SAP wants to hit replay with HANA, and it is …
Oracle Exalytics appliance

Oracle starts peddling Exalytics in-memory appliance

Analysis Oracle has begun shipping its Exalytics in-memory appliance, and if you are thinking about using one of these devices, you had better brace yourself for an intense negotiation about deep price cuts, as well as writing a big check to Oracle even after you get a good deal. Exalytics ain't cheap. And that is not necessarily a …

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