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December 2018

RSVP now for our Dec. 12 webinar and learn how to complement a Relational DBMS for Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP) by leveraging the massive parallel processing and SQL capabilities of Apache Ignite. Details here. You'll also learn how to use Apache Ignite as an In-Memory Data Grid that stores data in memory and boosts applications performance by offloading reads from a…
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GridGain Systems received numerous industry honors during the course of 2018. The recognition came from an array of prestigious tech awards and industry lists, including Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Inc. 5000, Red Herring Global Top 100, American Business Stevies, and many more. The awards reflect GridGain’s continued dominance in the in-memory computing industry, as well as the company’s…
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GridGain technology evangelist Akmal Chaudhri is in the middle of another three-day, three city meetup tour this week – this time around featuring Kubernetes. All three meetups are sold-out! (They are all free events but the RSVP limit maxed out).     Yesterday he spoke at the München Kubernetes/Cloud-Native Meetup; this evening he’ll be the featured speaker at the Hamburg Kubernetes/Cloud-…
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GridGain Systems today announced that the GridGain In-Memory Computing Platform is now available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, offering added value to Oracle Cloud customers.  A Silver-level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), GridGain also certified that the GridGain In-Memory Computing Platform is now fully compatible with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The GridGain In-Memory Computing…
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This post takes a closer look at Apache Ignite’s C++ API (called Ignite C++). It's intended primarily for C/C++ programmers. Ignite and Ignite С++ Ignite C++ is built on top of Ignite Ignite С++ starts the JVM in the same process and communicates with it via JNI .NET, C++ and Java nodes can join the same cluster, use the same caches, and interoperate using common binary protocol Java…
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