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Wednesday, August 2, 2017 | Dani Traphagen
In this post, I will cover the changes in Apache® Ignite™ 2.0/2.1 (which tracks to GridGain 8.0/8.1) that are important when implementing a project in Ignite. Then we will discuss the easiest way to setup a cache and just use the basic functionality of the Data Grid. So, Apache Ignite 2.0 & 2.1 have dropped! This is awesome news for you as a user. This is fun times for us at GridGain too.…
Webinar: Journey to the center of GridGain’s In-Memory Data Grid
Monday, May 22, 2017 | Tom Diederich
Two of my colleagues -- Matt Sarrel, director of technical marketing, and Rachel Pedreschi, lead solutions architect -- are hosting a webinar tomorrow on the advantages of GridGain’s In-Memory Data Grid. They'll walk you through how it works, how customers are using it, and how it works with other components to create a complete in-memory computing platform. The title of the webinar is: "GridGain…
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Apache Ignite enables full-fledged SQL support for PHP
Monday, December 19, 2016 | Denis Magda
Those who're keeping an eye on the realm of distributed systems should have mentioned that Apache Ignite community announced an absolutely new grid component as a part of the latest 1.8.0 release - In-Memory SQL Grid. The ability to query data with ANSI-99 SQL queries existed a long time ago in Apache Ignite. But that wasn't a finish line and now Apache Ignite users can both query and modify…
Thursday, October 6, 2016 | Tatiana Staffaroni
In-memory computing allows users to process terabytes of data in real-time and across many different applications and underlying databases. In-memory computing is gaining momentum in industries such as financial services, fintech, software/SaaS, telecommunications, ecommerce, online services, and retailers for its ability to transact and analyze large amounts of data in real-time.  As the in-…