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Starcounter, the combined in-memory database engine and application server provider, has secured $1.8 million in financing, they announced yesterday. “We are impressed with the way Starcounter’s groundbreaking database technology helps developers bring new applications to market fast and at a low cost,” vouched Johan Englund, Investment Manager at Industrifonden. “Starcounter

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Yiftach Shoolman is CTO & Co-Founder at Redis Labs, the largest commercial supporter of Redis with more than 70,000 databases under management and 3,700+ paying customers. Follow him on Twitter.   Prediction #1 – The Demand for In-Memory Databases Will Increase The expectation from modern apps is to provide a

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Companies offering cloud-based analytics platforms have received considerable attention over the past few years and it is undeniably a hot place to be today. Take the release of Oracle RightNow Analytics Cloud last week, as an example of this, or GoodData’s recent funding announcement. SalesForce is also preparing an analytics

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Gridgain announced yesterday that their in-memory data fabric has been accepted into the Apache Software Foundation Incubator programme, under the name Apache Ignite. The Gridgain team hope the move will fuel greater adoption of in-memory computing technologies, and build a greater community around the data fabric. Expanding upon their motives

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Pivotal, the San Francisco-based software and services provider has announced its partnership with the AMPLab at UC Berkeley to support the in-memory Tachyon project. They aim to bolster the data lake technology with an architecture that builds upon disk-based storage with memory-centric processing frameworks. Being led by Haoyuan Li, a

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It’s no secret that in-memory, real-time applications have been gaining ground for quite some time. The idea that data should nurture immediate decision-making and not just be confined to historical, retrospective analysis has certainly proved to be a powerful one. Now, open source in-memory powerhouse Gridgain have unveiled their latest

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The German software giant SAP announced yesterday that it has expanded its integration with Esri, a mapping specialist that provides geospatial services and content. The partnership brings high-performance spatial analytics, self-service mapping and collaboration to geographic information system (GIS) and business users to allow them to leverage real-time location intelligence

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Oracle announced yesterday that it has launched its in-memory option for its Database 12c, which will be available within 30 days. Although the pricing has not been disclosed, the company said that it would release the official details once the Oracle Database In-Memory is generally available. “We’re constantly evolving,” said

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