DevOps

History, Background and FAQs for DevOps Tools and Models

George Csaba, Director of Technical Product Marketing Blog, Business

While DevOps can make an organization more competitive, simply implementing it without doing the homework may result in less-than-desirable results. In order to make the most of what it has to offer, it’s important to understand all the DevOps facets.

How Real-Time, Data-Rich Applications Became Mainstream

John Dillon, Chief Executive Officer, Aerospike Blog

Today we announced that Aerospike took additional funding. This milestone is another important step forward in Aerospike’s long-term evolution — and certainly not a destination in itself.

Benchmark

Good Benchmarking Guidelines

George Csaba, Director of Technical Product Marketing Blog, Technology

As a vendor with customers and community who trust us and believe in us, we feel it is our duty to test the quality and performance of the software we deliver. As such, we test both speed and scale simultaneously, because we believe speed without scale is a dead end for successful applications, and scale without speed subjects users to unmitigated inflation in costs – server acquisition costs, operating costs, IT ops risks – and, worst of all, potential tech stack redesigns.

Aerospike Connect

Announcing Aerospike Connect for JMS

Ronen Botzer, Director of Product Blog, Technology

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.

SQL vs NoSQL

What Is A NoSQL Database?

Matt Bushell, Director of Product Marketing Blog, Technology

NoSQL databases can store and manage data both quickly and flexibly. Google, Amazon, Yahoo and Facebook have all had a hand in developing these databases as they sought to store their content or processive data for their websites.

A Digital Wallet Primer

A Digital Wallet Primer

Matt Bushell, Director of Product Marketing Blog, Business

When data is collected it can be sent across long routes to data centers or clouds. But with edge computing, that data is collected and analyzed closer to the “edge” of the network. That means that organizations can analyze data in near real-time, which is often critical for many industries such as healthcare, telecommunications or finance.

Five Signs You Have Outgrown Redis

5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Redis

Matt Bushell, Director of Product Marketing Blog

If you’ve had Redis for a while and are starting to run into issues with growing workloads, you’re not alone. Many of our customers have migrated to Aerospike from Redis, and that number is growing.

Edge Computing: What, Why and How to best Do

Matt Bushell, Director of Product Marketing Blog, Business

When data is collected it can be sent across long routes to data centers or clouds. But with edge computing, that data is collected and analyzed closer to the “edge” of the network. That means that organizations can analyze data in near real-time, which is often critical for many industries such as healthcare, telecommunications or finance.