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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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With some 30 breakout sessions, the In-Memory Computing Summit Europe 2019, happening June 3-4 in London, is a must-attend learning event for data scientists across the region. For today’s blog post I had the chance to speak with one of the many in-memory computing experts who will be speaking there: Chris Jenkins, senior director of In-Memory Technology at Oracle. His talk is titled, “Cloud…
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Join me April 23 at 1740 Broadway in Manhattan as I host the next NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup! Topics include facial recognition, drug discovery; NoSQL databases and ingesting streaming data! Sponsored by GridGain Systems. Free but you must RSVP!   Our speakers: > George Williams [Director of Data Science and Chief Evangelist, Embedded AI at GSI Technology] > Dave Rubin [Senior…
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Hi! I’m Dmitriy Pavlov and I work at GridGain. I’m also an Apache® Ignite™ committer, a member of the Apache Ignite PMC (Project Management Committee -- and a committer and member of the PPMC at Apache Training (incubating). PPMC stands for “Podling Project Management Committee.” Recently, I delivered a talk about promoting Ignite as a committer at Sberbank’s meetup on open-source topics. An…
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Two GridGain experts are speaking today and tomorrow at the Saint Highload++ conference in St. Petersburg, Russia. Senior software engineer Ivan Rakov and Stanislav Lukyanov of the Customer Success Team will be talking about how asynchronous transactional replication is organized in GridGain. The Saint Highload++ conference covers aspects of web development such as large project architectures,…
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Think it’s impossible to build a production-ready in-memory-based application in an hour? You’ll learn how to build one if you attend the April 11 London In-Memory Computing Meetup!   This free hands-on workshop is sponsored by GridGain Systems. Please RSVP now to reserve your spot because space is limited. And come hungry. Pizzas and cold beverages will be served.   Roll up your sleeves and…
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The March 28 gathering of the NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup in upper Manhattan was well attended and both presenters (experts from GridGain and Oracle) fielded several questions from the audience.   Making his NYC In-Memory Computing (IMC) Meetup debut was Glenn Wiebe, a GridGain solutions architect. He was joined by NYC IMC meetup veteran Doug Hood, Oracle TimesTen Scaleout evangelist – who…
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Join GridGain's Stanislav Lukyanov April 2 at a special time for our European viewers and learn some best practices for troubleshooting Apache® Ignite™. This webinar, which will be recorded, is ideal whether you are just getting started with Apache Ignite or have it already deployed. Catch it live at 10:00 a.m. BST (+01:00), 2 a.m. Pacific and 5 a.m. Eastern. RSVP here. Stan is a member of the…
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The next gathering of the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup happens tonight (March 26) in Menlo Park. Organized and sponsored by GridGain Systems, the free event will feature talks from PingCAP, Oracle and GridGain.   Denis Magda -- vice president of product management at GridGain and Apache® Ignite™  vice president -- will give a talk titled, "Apache Ignite for Node.js Developers."   Node.…
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The In-Memory Computing Summit 2019 – Europe is just over two months away. One of the speakers is Hypi CTO Courtney Robinson. His session is titled, “Building a Graph Centric Platform on Apache® Ignite™” (June 4 at 11:55 p.m.).   Hypi is a serverless platform for accelerating application development. By providing a GraphQL data model, Hypi generates a CRUD API on the fly that can be extended…
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For today's Apache® Ignite™ webinar we have a special guest presenter, Hypi CTO Courtney Robinson. Hypi is a serverless platform for accelerating application development. By providing a GraphQL data model, Hypi generates a CRUD API on the fly that can be extended with custom serverless functions. In his presentation, Courtney will explain Ignite's built-in support for full-text indexing of…
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