Aerospike, myNoSQL’s long time supporter, has published a new paper about ACID support in Aerospike. Check out the details below:
In our latest whitepaper, author and Aerospike VP of Engineering & Operations, Srini Srinivasan, defines ACID support in Aerospike, and explains how Aerospike maintains high consistency by using techniques to reduce the possibility of partitions.
Read the whitepaper: http://www.aerospike.com/docs/architecture/assets/AerospikeACIDSupport.pdf
Original title and link: Whitepaper Clarifies ACID Support in Aerospike [sponsor] ( ©myNoSQL)
As for Intel, what if this investment also sealed an exclusive deal for Hadoop-centric Cloudera-supported Intel-powered appliance?
I didn’t know about the existing Dell-Cloudera-Intel partnership, but this is re-inforced with the recent announcement of an in-memory appliance.
Since 2011, Cloudera, Dell and Intel have built pre-validated reference architectures for Hadoop. […]
The Dell In-Memory Appliances for Cloudera Enterprise is yet another proof point of the collaboration and synergies between the three companies. As the first of a family of appliances, it includes leading Dell hardware, Cloudera’s enterprise data hub -based on Cloudera Enterprise, Intel architecture for fast processing, and ScaleMP’s Versatile SMP (vSMP) architecture to aggregate multiple x86 servers into a single virtual machine to create large memory pools for in-memory processing.
Original title and link: Dell and Cloudera and Intel join forces for appliances ( ©myNoSQL)