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June 2019

MySQL is arguably the most widely used open source database in the world, even if you don't include MariaDB or Percona as a variant. But it has a host of challenges and options to solve them. Learn how companies have added speed and scale to MySQL deployments for different use cases. This webinar will cover the various options available and when each option makes sense. It will also cover how to…
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The GridGain Data Lake Accelerator, released today, is an in-memory solution for digital businesses that need to enrich operational data with historical data stored in data lakes to improve real-time analytics and decision automation. A data lake is a system or repository of data stored in its natural format, usually object blobs or files. A data lake is usually a single store of all enterprise…
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On June 19, GridGain's Ivan Rakov will share best practices for implementing "Native Persistence" in production with Apache® Ignite™ and/or GridGain. His webinar begins at 10 a.m. Pacific and will be recorded. Register here to reserve your spot.  "Native Persistence" is used to store and index data transparently on non-volatile memory, SSD or disk. It's a distributed, ACID, and SQL-compliant…
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Reflecting the rapidly growing interest in addressing performance challenges with in-memory computing solutions, registrations for this year's In-Memory Computing Summit Europe, held June 3-4 in London, grew 70 percent compared with last year. Registrants represented 271 organizations from 26 countries on 5 continents. The two-day conference at the Park Plaza Victoria London brought together…
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The Call for Papers is now open for the fifth-annual In-Memory Computing Summit North America. The conference, organized by GridGain Systems, is taking place November 13-14, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. Prospective presenters have until July 28 to submit their talks, The In-Memory Computing Summit (IMCS) is held annually in both Europe and North America. The conferences are…
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