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What Is an Aerospike Anyway?

 Our company has a cool and interesting name so I thought I’d use this post to explain what an aerospike is, and why it’s such a fitting name for our database and company.Rockets, nose cones and enginesIn the aeronautical world,…

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Amazon EC2 I3 Performance Results

Amazon Web Services has just released its “next-generation Storage Optimized High I/O instances”, named “Amazon EC2 I3” instances. The new instances have large amounts of NVMe (SSD, Flash) storage. Amazon claims that these instances “deliver up to 3.3 million random…

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What’s New in Aerospike 3.11?

We are excited to announce the release of Aerospike 3.11. This release builds on our core mission of providing customers a highly scalable and performant key value database by adding hybrid memory improvements for greater performance and scale and crucial…

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PHP 7 vs. PHP 5: A Performance Comparison

About the Aerospike PHP Client, Zend Engine, and PHPNG The Aerospike API Client for PHP is built on top of the Aerospike C Client as an extension for PHP. If you are not familiar with the PHP Client, please refer…

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What’s New in Aerospike 3.10?

We are excited to announce the release of Aerospike 3.10. This release builds on our core mission of improving reliability for applications that demand predictable performance with high availability and also provides support for key new deployment environments such as…

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