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Oracle's New TimesTen Release Improves Performance and Scalability for OLTP and Analytics Applications


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The latest release of the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database is now shipping with performance and scalability improvements for real-time online transaction processing (OLTP) applications, and new functionality to support analytic applications with real-time in-memory data management.

"With today's business moving faster than ever, organizations demand real-time access to information," said Marie-Anne Neimat, vice president, Development, Oracle. "For over a decade Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database has been delivering the extreme performance and scalability that businesses trust to speed their critical transactions. We are very excited that the new release enhances Oracle TimesTen's OLTP capabilities and introduces support for BI and analytic applications thus enabling many new applications to take advantage of real-time in-memory data management."

The Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database is a full-featured relational in-memory database designed to run in the application-tier to provide both rapid transaction response time and high throughput required by mission-critical applications.

New features in Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database 11g Release 2 also enable customers to enhance application performance and scalability by supporting more concurrent users, higher volumes of requests, and more sessions. Shipping with Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management, Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database enables Oracle BRM to achieve significantly faster response time, higher throughput and can support more subscribers than prior releases.

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database for Exalytics will also be available for Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine as an application-tier in-memory database cache. This new release enables Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite to achieve up to 20x response time improvement for speed-of-thought visualization and up to 5x more data to be stored in-memory with advanced columnar compression capabilities.

More information is available about the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database.


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