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451 Research believes that an increasing proportion of enterprise operational applications will rely on hybrid operational and analytic processing (HOAP) to support use cases such as recommendations, personalized content and offers, and real-time fraud analysis. The availability of high-performance in-memory computing technology, therefore, lays the foundation for…
The 451 Take is that GridGain continues to increase in size and expand its platform with new, differentiating features.
Last year in particular was strong for the company, especially in terms of recurring revenue growth
and the number of new features released.
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