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· 5 min read
Jesse Schmidt

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The REST Gateway provides you with a well known interface to your Aerospike Database, and a Swiss army knife-like solution to a variety of architectural problems where you might not want to integrate a full fledged Aerospike client into every application.

· 10 min read
Ronen Botzer

Aerospike is proud to announce Aerospike Database 6, our newest database server release, now generally available (GA). This version of Aerospike is full of exciting developer features, which open up new capabilities for application developers to build on.

· 6 min read
Ronen Botzer

Aerospike Database 6 is here, loaded with new developer features - partitioned queries, query pagination, batch anything and more. You can read a detailed overview in Aerospike Database 6: Partitioned Secondary Index Queries, Batch Anything, and JSON Document Models.

· 12 min read
Neel Phadnis

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Batch operations are requests performed on multiple records. In Aerospike, batch reads have been available for a long time, and batch writes were introduced is Aerospike Database 6.0. Client versions like Java Client 6.0.0+ or Python Client 6.0.0+ enable the new batch write functionality.