VoltDB to showcase in-memory database capabilities at In-Memory Computing Summit
BEDFORD, Mass., May 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- VoltDB will be exhibiting at the In-Memory Computing Summit, taking place May 23-24, 2016 at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco. Located in Booth #B3, the company will demonstrate an Industrial IoT sensor application. Visitors to the VoltDB booth will learn about the benefits of having a fast data solution that provides the combination of SQL, transactions on live data, in-memory speed and ACID compliance.
At the summit, VoltDB Director of Product Marketing Dennis Duckworth will present an in-memory case study that examines how VoltDB helped a content delivery network achieve simplicity, accuracy and speed from its data architecture while managing the real-time aggregation of more than 32 TB of daily web server log data. Dennis will discuss how VoltDB reduced the number of environments, used 1/10th the CPU cycles and achieved 100 percent billing accuracy on 32 TB of daily web server data. He will also do a comparison to a more complicated Amazon/AWS stack that attempts to provide similar functionality.
WHAT: Talk: Lambda-B-Gone: The In-memory Case Study for Faster, Smarter and Simpler Answers WHEN: Tuesday, May 24 at 9:40 a.m. PT WHO: Dennis Duckworth, Director of Product Marketing, VoltDB WHERE: The Ballroom
VoltDB's SQL operational database is purpose-built to run 100% in-memory at web scale. Customers use VoltDB to build applications that process streaming data as fast as it arrives to make immediate, per-event, context-aware decisions. By delivering real-time in-transaction analytics that always produce correct results, VoltDB enables businesses to capture economic value and develop new revenue opportunities in the mobile, financial services, IoT, energy, advertising, and security industries. VoltDB is privately held with offices in Bedford, Massachusetts, and Santa Clara, California.
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