Distributed Database Computing with GridGain

Distributed MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle Databases

The GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric sits between the application and data layers and uploads data from the underlying RDBMS, NoSQL or Hadoop datastores from disk into RAM. The results is massive scalability and a 1,000x or greater improvement in processing speed. This is effectively accomplished by creating a distributed relational database across the nodes in the GridGain cluster. GridGain includes full ACID compliant transactions so data changes at the application layer are written to the underlying RDBMS. GridGain removes the limitations of many common relational databases and allows you to create:

GridGain is also ANSI SQL-99 compliant with full data indexing so it can not only support distributed NoSQL and HDFS but provide a number of database-specific advantages such as: