This shouldn’t be news to you, but people are trying to hack your phone, your laptop, your application server and yes, even your database server.
Every production system needs monitoring, especially a database. In the ten years in which the Aerospike database has evolved through multiple versions and features, the monitoring tools landscape has also changed, influenced by a massive shift toward cloud computing and containerization.
Benchmarks can be helpful in making informed decisions, but they become a problem when they are manipulated or lack transparency.
We are announcing Aerospike Cloud, a family of software products and services that will enable our customers to compose their own database service, through components for deployment, orchestration, management, alerting and monitoring. Aerospike Cloud products are aligned with CNCF initiatives, and Aerospike has joined CNCF as a Silver member.
I’ll describe how Aerospike and Google Cloud Platform helped just two of our many customers overcome their most important business and technology challenges.
Rethinking a ScyllaDB Benchmark as an Aerospike Developer
Aerospike is pleased to announce the availability of Aerospike Connect for JMS (Java Message Service), the newest member of the growing Aerospike Connect product portfolio.