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Welcome to the GigaSpaces blog. A place for architects, technology leaders, software engineers and executives to learn, get creative and help you tame your data, not your mind. Get inspired by our programming tips and how-to’s from our team of experts, be the first to know about our events and webinars, and keep your finger on the pulse of everything AI, real-time analytics, and in-memory computing.

In Memory Computing and its Key Role in Microservices Architecture

By |March 17, 2021|

Many applications today require the support of transactions at scale that must be calculated in real-time. These needs are most commonly seen in commercial transaction processing systems (OLTP) and some types of decision support systems such as fraud detection, risk analysis, predictive maintenance, customer 360 applications and RPA. Typically these [...]

Optimizing the Balance Between Performance and Cost with GigaSpaces v15.8

By |January 31, 2021|

Latest release significantly reduces memory footprint and infrastructure costs, and boosts digital application performance.  2020 has been a tough year all around. With tight budgets and limited resources, enterprises are looking to optimize infrastructure TCO. At the same time, they are looking to accelerate digital transformation. According to the 2021 [...]

Is 2021 the Year of the Cloud?

By |January 13, 2021|

IDC says that by 2022, more than 90 percent of enterprises worldwide will rely on a mix of on-premises or dedicated private clouds, multiple public clouds, and legacy platforms to meet their infrastructure needs. The report also predicts that a rising desire by companies to mitigate future disruptions by being [...]

Modern Caching 101: What Is In-Memory Cache, When and How to Use It

By |December 21, 2020|

Enterprises are creating and using more data than ever before. IDC's Global DataSphere Forecast currently estimates that in 2020, enterprises will create and capture 6.4 zettabytes of new data. In terms of what types of new data is being created, productivity data—or operational, customer, and sales data as well as [...]