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GridGain Web Console 2019.11.00 Adds Support for OpenShift

In keeping with our commitment to more regular and frequent releases, GridGain Web Console 2019.11.00 is now available for download from GridGain Downloads and DockerHub. This release includes improvements for deploying Web Console on RedHat OpenShift, updates to the hosted Web Console, and bug fixes.  
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The second-annual In-Memory Computing Summit Europe will take place June 25-26 in London, GridGain Systems, which organizes the event, announced today.   The Call for Papers is now open and ends March 11. Super-Saver registration discounts end April 22 and sponsorship opportunities are also now available. June’s conference will be held at the Park Plaza Victoria London.    The In-Memory…
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This is the second in a two-part series on the use of Fast Data in Healthcare and how in-memory technologies, such as Apache® Ignite™, can meet the requirements and challenges of the Healthcare industry. Part 1 focused on identifying some of the key challenges in Healthcare. In Part 2, we will discuss a Healthcare case study and learn how Apache Ignite and GridGain solved a customer’s problem.…
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Last Wednesday we had another successful gathering of the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup in Mountain View, California. (We’re always looking for a space to use in the Bay Area so please let me know if your company can host – and hopefully also have a speaker for us, too!).   As a co-organizer of this meetup, I’m always looking for speakers and other folks to volunteer as co-organizers. …
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This is a two-part series on the use of Fast Data in Healthcare and how in-memory technologies, such as Apache Ignite, can meet the requirements and challenges of the Healthcare industry. In this first part, we will focus on identifying some of the key challenges in Healthcare and in the next part, we will discuss a Healthcare case study and learn how Apache Ignite and GridGain solved a customer’…
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As many of you know by now, GridGain experts love speaking at meetups. Especially when away from home – and usually when they are traveling to speak at a conference.   I was able to catch-up with Denis Magda last week in Austin, Texas. I live in nearby San Antonio... an easy drive. Denis, who is director of product management and Apache Ignite PMC chair, was there to speak at the KubeCon +…
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Apache Ignite's new native persistence (released in late July with version 2.1) means that the open-source platform is much more than an in-memory data grid: It's a full-fledged distributed, scalable HTAP database with the ability to reliably store raw data that supports SQL, and processes information in real time. Apache Ignite Persistence Ignite Persistence is a new component of the platform…
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Tune-in Wednesday Dec. 6 and listen as GridGain technical evangelist Akmal Chaudhri discusses how Apache® Ignite™ is being used by drug discovery companies to identify potential therapies for complex diseases.   This one-hour webinar is free and begins at 11 a.m. Pacific time (2 p.m. Eastern). Register here. It’s all about real-time access to massive amounts of data.    “Apache Ignite is…
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December will be a busy month for GridGain experts around the world. They'll be speaking at conferences both large and small -- and when they're in town (wherever that might be) they are always happy to speak at local meetups about distributed systems, in-memory computing and much more.  Several GridGain experts are in Las Vegas this week at AWS re:INVENT 2017 (booth #1141). There are more than…
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If you are planning on implementing a highly available and performant distributed architecture, then I invite you to register now for tomorrow's webinar. It's titled "Implementing Durable Memory-Centric Architectures in Large Financial Institutions." In this one-hour live discussion, you'll learn how a very large bank successfully solved five major challenges when integrating a distributed,…
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In last week's post, "Distributed data structures: Part 1 (overview),"I talked about why you need distributed data structures (hereinafter - RSD) and disassembled several options offered by the distributed cache Apache Ignite. Today I want to talk about the details of the implementation of specific RSD, as well as a small educational program on distributed caches. To begin with, at least in the…
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