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Setting the Record Straight - HTAP & OPDBMS

by Donald Feinberg  |  January 11, 2018

There has been much written in the industry about the convergence of transactions and analytics in database management systems (DBMS). There are many names for this convergence from multiple sources....

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Apache Flink Offers a Challenge to Spark

by Nick Heudecker  |  September 13, 2015

While Apache Spark has been hogging most of the data processing and analytics (DPA) spotlight over the last year, Apache Flink has managed to turn a few heads for real-time...

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Caching and Silver Bullets

by Eric Knipp  |  March 5, 2015

"There are no silver bullets in software engineering" is a well worn phrase since it was first coined by Fred Brooks in the eighties. Although most developers probably don't know where...

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A Database By Any Other Name...

by Donald Feinberg  |  December 22, 2014

Another post from the DBMS Curmudgeon "What's in a name? that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet;", From Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, 1594.  Not...

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In-Memory DBMS vs In-Memory Marketing

by Donald Feinberg  |  September 28, 2014

Recently, we published a Market Guide for In-Memory Computing. The document covers all forms of IMC, including Database Management Systems (DBMS). Gartner defines In-Memory Computing (IMC) as a computing style...

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