Friday, April 27, 2012

In-Memory Databases

InfoQ: In-Memory Databases Reaching Tipping Point:

When Microsoft starts introducing elements of in-memory database technology to SQL Server 2012, even slow to adopt new tech enterprises may start using it...

In-Memory Databases are very near to becoming widely adopted, says David Campbell of Microsoft in his article “The coming in-memory database tipping point”. He also explains Microsoft’s strategy around this space.
Gartner has identified in-memory computing as one of the emerging trends in their research paper, “The Top 10 Technology Trends for 2012”. Other vendors too are already positioning themselves to cater to this market – SAP for instance with its’ HANA platform, and Oracle with it’s TimesTen product.

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