I would like to clarify definitions for the following technologies:
In-Memory Distributed Cache
In-Memory Data Grid
These terms are, surprisingly, often used interchangeably and yet technically and historically they represent very different products and serve different, sometimes very different, use cases. It’s also important to note that there’s no specifications or industry standards on what…
What is common about Oracle and SAP when it comes to In-Memory Computing? Both see this technology as merely a high performance addition to SQL-based database products. This is shortsighted and misses a significant point.
SQL Is Not Enough For New Payloads
It is interesting to note that as the NoSQL movement sails through the “trough of disillusionment,” traditional SQL and transactional…