Difference between revisions of "Aerospike DBMS Platform"

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** It can range from being a [[Aerospike Open Source Community Edition]] to being an [[Aerospike Enterprise Edition]].
 
** It can range from being a [[Aerospike Open Source Community Edition]] to being an [[Aerospike Enterprise Edition]].
 
** It can (often) be used for [[Real-Time Operational Application]]s.
 
** It can (often) be used for [[Real-Time Operational Application]]s.
** It can (ofteb) be [[Enterprise-grade Platform]].
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** It can (ofteb) be [[Enterprise-Grade Platform]].
** It can support [[Internet Scale Application]]s.
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** It can support [[Internet-Scale Application]]s.
 
** It can support [[Real-Time Application]]s.
 
** It can support [[Real-Time Application]]s.
 
** It can support [[Mission Critical Application]]s.
 
** It can support [[Mission Critical Application]]s.

Latest revision as of 23:38, 20 May 2020

An Aerospike DBMS Platform is a in-memory NoSQL DBMS.



References

2020


2019

  • https://www.aerospike.com/products/aerospike-database-platform/
    • QUOTE:
      • Unmatched Reliability: Aerospike uniquely combines proven uptime, predictable high performance combined with strong consistency and durability for a robust database architecture enterprises need.
      • Superior Scalability: Aerospike’s dynamic cluster management and unique flexible storage engine enable our database to reliably handle millions of transactions per second, efficiently scaling to meet any data volume needs.
      • Exceptionally Low TCO: Fueled by a hybrid-flash architecture and automated cluster management, Aerospike provides improved performance at 20% the total cost of ownership (TCO) of first-generation NoSQL and relational databases.
      • Deployable Anywhere: Easily deployable as Linux on bare-metal, on-premises, in the cloud or any combination thereof – often within minutes. Can be deployed for both front-end systems of engagement or backend systems of record.

2018