Time is compressing. The attention span of individuals and organizations is becoming ever shorter. There are only brief windows that can be devoted to any given transaction.
Predictions indicate that within three years, 75% of all databases will be in the cloud. As this becomes the new norm, companies worldwide are racing to get in on the cloud-based action. However, the need to be in the cloud is manifesting as an aggressive endeavour for many organisations. As well as this, real-time data has also risen to the surface as a necessity. These factors are certain to affect every industry.
The data industry, even in its renewed form, has matured. It’s moved on from obsession with mere capabilities and is focused on success of implementation. The news out of last week’s Strata Data conference in New York reflects the change.
Today at the SNIA Storage Developer Conference, Intel is sharing more information about their 100Gb Ethernet chips, first announced in April and due to hit the market next month. The upcoming 800 Series Ethernet controllers and adapters will be Intel’s first 100Gb Ethernet solutions, and also feature expanded capabilities for hardware accelerated packet processing.
Aerospike Inc., the global leader in next-generation, hyperscale data solutions, today announced the release of Aerospike 4.7—the first commercial database to support the Intel Ethernet 800 Series with Application Device Queues (ADQ) on 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable platforms.
In our “3 Questions” column, we chat with a thought leader within a unique sector of fintech and ask them to answer just three questions for our audience in their vernacular. This week, we’d like to introduce you to John Dillion, CEO of Aerospike, a leader in next-generation, hyperscale data solutions.
The F-35 Lightning II is the most advanced fighter jet in the skies today. Yet, for all its stunning stealth capabilities, exceptional agility and advanced network operations, the aircraft still relies on a pilot.
The digital economy comprises business moments, critical fractions of seconds when lightning-fast chain reactions take place that transform data into insights and turn opportunities into business values. As data has increased in both velocity and volume, the common practice to support this growth has been to add more cache.
“Because of the digital transformation that organizations have been going through in recent years, their databases do not meet their tasks because they are too busy and too busy to operate, their maintenance is expensive and their performance, exploration and production are not fast enough and do not allow growth,” said John Dillon, CEO of Aerospike
Said Dotan Gutmacher, senior infrastructure manager at Cybereason; According to him, “the goal – to identify an intrusion immediately when it occurs and neutralize it”