What’s the Difference Between an In-Memory Data Grid and In-Memory Database? (.PDF Download)

Increasingly, companies are facing performance and scalability issues for their applications. Users want fast, real-time, and trusted data to make enhanced business decisions, while technology management wants to lower cost and improve operational efficiency.

Despite technical improvements over the years, such as processors or processor cores doubling and quadrupling, enterprises still face unpredictable workloads, increasing data volume and usage, and poorly designed applications. Pe

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