Benchmarks can be helpful in making informed decisions, but they become a problem when they are manipulated or lack transparency.
In the new digital environment, national and global brands must field applications that are always-on and perform in near real-time. This has led to the adoption of distributed technology for applications as well as the databases serving those applications.
Aerospike is pleased to announce the availability of Aerospike 5.0. This is a major release that greatly expands the ability to support globally distributed applications.
The promise of the cloud is access to resources that enable agility in the face of a changing world. I can get the resources I need when I need them without massive upfront commitments.
Aerospike is pleased to announce the availability of Aerospike Server 4.9. This release is developer-centric, offering new functionality, enhancements to existing features, and some changes in defaults better aligned with the most common use cases.
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.
Aerospike is pleased to announce the availability of our 4.8 release.
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 is pleased to announce the availability of Aerospike Connect for JMS (Java Message Service), the newest member of the growing Aerospike Connect product portfolio.
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.