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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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Join GridGain's Denis Magda July 24 at 11 a.m. Pacific to learn how Apache® Ignite™ and GridGain® -- as an in-memory computing platform -- can modernize existing data lake architectures, enabling real-time analytics that spans operational, historical, and streaming data sets. Register now for this free, live event. A data lake is a system or repository of data stored in its natural/ raw format,…
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My colleague Denis Mekhanikov, client service lead at GridGain Systems, will lead a free one-hour webinar on July 31 that will give you the tools and knowhow needed to add a distributed in-memory computing cluster to support existing systems or new APIs. The webinar starts at 10 a.m. Pacific time. Register here.  Adding a distributed in-memory computing cluster is actually much easier than it…
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In a bid to speed the development and rollout of applications built on GridGain or Apache Ignite, GridGain Systems has just launched "GridGain Developer Bundles." These bundles include Support, Consulting and Training for GridGain Community or Enterprise Edition. The new Developer Bundles help companies implementing Apache® Ignite™ or GridGain speed the development and rollout of real-time,…
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It’s hard to imagine that it’s been over 20 years since MySQL was created. There has been a lot of innovation and acquisitions since then, as well as consolidation of many MySQL options: Alzato Tech, the original NDB Cluster technology, was aquired by MySQL AB in 2003 InnoDB, the main storage engine for MySQL, was acquired by Oracle in 2005 Percona released Percona Server for MySQL in 2006…
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I'm proud to announce the launch of the GridGain Forums! In addition to fostering peer-to-peer discussions, the Forums are designed to connect our experts with users of GridGain software. The Forums also connect the larger in-memory computing community by creating a dedicated discussion and file-sharing space for attendees of the In-Memory Computing Summits and members of the various In-Memory…
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Join us in Copenhagen on June 20 for a gathering of the Data Natives Big Data Copenhagen Meetup. GridGain's Yuriy Babak will deliver a talk titled, "Distributed Machine and Deep Learning at Scale with Apache Ignite." "With most machine learning and deep learning frameworks, it can take hours to move data for ETL, and hours to train models, Yuriy explained. "It's also hard to scale with data sets…
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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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