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Research Corner: New Oracle Related Research Publications

by Andrew White  |  February 8, 2017  |  Comments Off on Research Corner: New Oracle Related Research Publications

Research Corner: Highlights new research that covers, relates to, or mentions Oracle.

Roxane Edjlali and colleagues just published Market Guide for HTAP-Enabling In-Memory Computing Technologies.

Enabled by IMC technologies, HTAP architectures support the needs of many new application use cases in the digital business era, which require scalability and real-time performance. Data and analytics leaders facing such demands should consider the following HTAP solutions supported by IMC.

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