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Building a Memory-First Database Architecture for Speed and Scalability

 
Building a Memory-First Database
Architecture for Speed and Scalability
 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
The first generation of distributed databases was optimized to write to disk with limited or secondary support for caching. Applications inefficiently relied on a separate in-memory cache that was managed independently of the database.

The next generation of distributed databases is being built with a memory-first architecture. By reading and writing to memory first, these databases can:
  • Meet high performance requirements by handling requests at high throughput and with low latency
  • Be more durable as the ata is both replicated and written to disk
Join us for a special webcast on September 23rd to gain a deeper understanding of this new approach and how it delivers the best of both worlds for application speed, scalability and availability. Don’t miss this chance to expand your knowledge of database architecture.

Reserve your seat today.

Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!
 
   
PRESENTERS
Joseph McKendrick
Lead Research Analyst
Unisphere Research
 
Shane Johnson
Product Marketing Manager
Couchbase
 
MODERATOR
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Stephen Faig
Business Development Manager
Unisphere Research and DBTA
 
 
 

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