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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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How to Add Speed and Scalability to Existing Applications with In-Memory Data Grids. If you want to build a basement fix its foundation for future construction, jack it up.  It’s much cheaper, faster and less disruptive than building a new house.  The same is true for applications. If you want to add speed, scalability and flexibility to your existing applications, slide an in-memory data grid…
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Here's the latest update on community events featuring GridGain experts at meetups, conferences and webinars for the next few weeks -- starting with a meetup tomorrow evening in our technology evangelist's hometown of London.  Like Akmal Chaudhri, mentioned above, all of our in-memory computing experts enjoy the opportunity to share their practical knowledge about distributed in-memory computing…
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If you’re not interested in John Cleese, just listen to Akmal Chaudhri explain how machine and deep learning work with Apache Ignite. But if you really want to understand the problem before diving into the details, I recommend you learn from John Cleese. Many years ago, long before machine learning but long after Lisp was invented, John Cleese made a big impression on me at a conference.  It…
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Throughout my IT career, I have sometimes heard about cases where colleagues needed to travel for business meetings to far away locations just for a day. At the beginning of my IT career there was even a case that I heard about where a senior manager was nearly on a Concorde flight from London to New York because of an emergency situation. This kind of thing never happened to me, until April 2018…
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The full schedule for the second-annual In-Memory Computing Summit Europe was released today. The conference, June 25-26 in London, is the premier conference for individuals from Europe and Asia that are currently using or exploring using in-memory computing. Register by April 29 to receive a 30 percent discount. The In-Memory Computing (IMC) Summit’s breakout session schedule consist of five…
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Next week will once again be a busy one for our experts. Some will be traveling to New York City for a meetup, others to Paris for a conference -- and still others who will be online for a live webinar. On April 25, GridGain experts will be at Trade Tech Europe in Paris, where attendees can network and benchmark with some 1,000 senior equity trading professionals from the “who’s who” of the…
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As you may have noticed, we’ve started a new series about “The New Digital Experience." It’s meant to share the best practices companies adopted to improve the customer experience and transform into a digital business, with a particular focus on the use of in-memory computing with other technologies. One of the most important architectural concepts that companies need to understand is why in-…
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I’m really looking forward to this evening’s gathering of the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup in Menlo Park, California. Great food and drinks in addition to raffle prizes. Oh, and fantastic talks, too! Over 100 people have RSVP’d so I suggest that you do the same because space is limited. RSVP here. Dmitriy Setrakyan, founder and Chief Product Officer at GridGain, will be sharing some of…
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This article is the last part of the Apache Ignite Transactions Architecture series. In the previous articles in this series, we discussed a range of topics associated with Apache Ignite's transactions handling in its Key-Value API. In the first article, we briefly reviewed the two-phase commit protocol and described how it worked with various types of cluster nodes. In the second article, we…
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How Digital Business, Big Data, HTAP and In-Memory Computing Came Together to Improve the Customer Experience: I’ve had two long-standing professional interests for half my life; middleware and customer experience management.  I am happy to say that not only is there a focus at the executive level on improving the customer experience. The technologies needed have evolved to a point that make it…
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