Aerospike Now Offers Strong Consistency with NoSQL Database

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Aerospike’s speedy NoSQL database has traditionally been used to power applications where high performance matters more than data correctness. With yesterday’s unveiling of a fourth version of the database, Aerospike added the option to prioritize data consistency, thereby opening up new uses for the database.  

NoSQL Standouts: The Best Key-Value Databases

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Via InfoWorld – If Redis is Memcached on steroids, Aerospike could be said to be Redis on steroids. Like Redis, Aerospike is a key-value store that can operate as a persistent database or a data cache. Aerospike is designed to be easy to cluster and easy to scale, the better to support enterprise workloads.    

See How Aerospike Has Become The NoSQL Database of Choice for Companies Across the Globe

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There are many features that differentiate Aerospike from other databases. The differentiator that makes it the choice for some of the world’s most demanding companies is its hybrid memory architecture, which provides high performance and sub-millisecond latency with low hardware spend — and thus, lower total cost of ownership (TCO) — allowing for enormous scaleup at significantly less cost …

Hadoop Turns 10, Big Data Industry Rolls Along

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Apache Hadoop, the open source project that arguably sparked the Big Data craze, turned 10 years old this week. The project’s founder, Cloudera’s Doug Cutting, waxed nostalgic as vendors in the space churned out new releases of their own.

Flash-oriented Aerospike Now Supports GeoJSON

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Before co-founding Aerospike, Brian Bulkowski worked for an advertising behavioral analytics company and saw that almost half the employees were there to maintain MySQL. Thinking there had to be a better way — and seeing the rise of flash storage — he and Srini Srinivasan created the company …

Aerospike Extends NoSQL Reach to Geospatial Data

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When it comes to transaction processing, relational databases still rule the enterprise roost. But it’s also clear that a number of NoSQL databases are starting to lay claim to these operations. One of those challengers is Aerospike …