Apache Ignite’s ANSI-99 SQL support provides application developers a classical SQL database experience while enabling in-memory speeds at petabyte scale for a variety of workloads. Concise SQL syntax and availability of JDBC and ODBC drivers shields the complexity of Ignite’s distributed architecture from developers and allows them to easily manage and query distributed datasets.
Nevertheless, there are some essentials and design patterns that developers should consider when deploying Apache Ignite. Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Configure and connect the application stack, including DML, DDL, drivers, clients, and libraries
- Eliminate data shuffling over the network by query execution optimization, affinity co-location and distributed joins
- Avoid memory related instability and bottlenecks by managing memory and disk tier usage, java heap vs. off-heap, memory quotas, special handling of large result sets and aggregations
This webinar will include several use cases, code samples and a discussion of new capabilities to be enabled by an Apache Calcite-based engine.
VP, Developer Relations in R&D at GridGain; Apache Ignite committer and PMC member
Senior Software Engineer, GridGain