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Aerospike 4.0, Strong Consistency, and Jepsen

Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike Founder and CTO Blog, Technology, Product Update

“In hundreds of tests of SC mode through network partitions, 3.99.1.5 and higher versions have not shown any sign of nonlinearizable histories, lost increments to counters, or lost updates to sets.” – Kyle Kingsbury, Aerospike 3.99.0.3, 12-27-2017 We believe Jepsen has validated our core claims: within reasonable operational constraints, Aerospike does not lose data, nor …

Aerospike accelerates: Strong Consistency with High Performance in Aerospike 4.0

Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike Founder and CTO Blog, Technology, Product Update

We are pleased to announce general availability of Aerospike 4.0, which includes strong consistency. Aerospike 4.0’s Strong Consistency technology is a revolutionary leap forward for high fidelity data uses. In cases where an application’s reliability requirements might demand PostGres, MySQL or Oracle primary key correctness, Aerospike 4.0 can now be used, with dramatically lower latency …

Meltdown / Spectre and Aerospike

Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike Founder and CTO Blog, Technology

Executive Summary The Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs require OS and cloud hypervisor patches to provide data security. These patches, while necessary, come at a performance cost.  In general, we have seen few impacts across the Aerospike customer base due to our remarkably low CPU and system call use. This blog will help you monitor, …

Intel Chip Chat

How Aerospike is Redefining Fast by using Intel Architecture – Intel® Chip Chat Podcast

Aerospike Marketing Blog, Technology, Aerospike Technology

Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews, and last week, its host, Allyson Klein, interviewed Aerospike Head of Product and Solutions Marketing, Satish Iyer about how Aerospike is “Redefining Fast” within the database space for Systems of Engagement by using Intel Architecture. Despite the podcast being only 10 minutes in …

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The 7 Year Itch: How Aerospike decided to transform the database status-quo (Part 2 of 2)

Srini Srinivasan Blog, Technology, Product Update, Aerospike Technology

As we  mentioned in the first part [0] of this blog, Aerospike 4.0 read/write operations on a single record can be made strictly linearizable [3] (preserving sequential read/write accesses to a record in multiple concurrent execution threads across the entire system) or be made session consistent (also called sequential consistency) [4] (preserving sequential read/write accesses to …

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Aerospike takes a major step to transform the Enterprise SoE

Aerospike Marketing Blog, Technology, Business, Aerospike Technology

    Data Resides at the Core of Digital Transformation Enterprises are transforming to stay competitive and relevant in the digital age. The vitality of customer experience and deeper engagement necessitates the Enterprises to embrace digital technology to drive better insights, intelligence and interactions with their customers. As Enterprises drive business model transitions in the …

The 7 Year Itch: How Aerospike decided to transform the database status-quo (Part 1 of 2)

Srini Srinivasan Blog, Technology, Product Update, Aerospike Technology

Since 2010, the Aerospike Real-Time Operational DBMS [1] has been in widespread use for handling real mission-critical applications in the areas of real-time bidding for AdTech, fraud detection for Online Payments, continuous risk management for Stock Brokerage Firms, revenue assurance for Telco, and so on. The majority of these use cases require Aerospike to support …

Swarm-ing Containers: Docker Orchestration at Scale

Richard Guo, Aerospike Cloud Engineer Blog, Technology, Aerospike Technology

  Aerospike, with its shared-nothing architecture and Smart Client ™, has always been a champion of speed and scale. These qualities are a natural fit for containers, where database horsepower is required to deliver scalable services and microservices. However, all is not well in the land of containers. Aerospike’s integration with Docker previously relied on …

What’s New in Aerospike 3.13 and 3.14?

Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike Founder and CTO Blog, Technology, Product Update

  Aerospike announces our latest releases, Aerospike v3.13 and v3.14, which contain eagerly awaited improvements to the operational usability of Aerospike. Popular for high-performance operational uses at scale, Aerospike has seen ever-increasing adoption thanks to its ability to provide scale and agility while ensuring availability, uptime, and unmatched performance. We continue to improve the core functionality …