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August 2016

About 2 months ago I joined GridGain Systems and was introduced to Apache Ignite.  At my very first meetup last month in New York, someone challenged me on the subject of how Ignite could guarantee ACID level consistency if Ignite was a highly available distributed system. I was familiar with CAP Theorem from my work with Apache Cassandra, but for the first time in my otherwise data warehouse…
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In-Memory Computing enables processing up to 1,000,000x faster than with disk-based storage and scalability to hundreds of TBs by adding commodity nodes to the cluster. It is characterized by using high-performance, integrated and distributed memory systems to compute and transact on large-scale data sets in real-time. The GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric for .NET delivers outstanding performance…
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