Author: Ann Dalrymple

3 Must-haves of an In-memory Database for Modern Applications

Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared in DBTA.  More companies are realizing that leveraging real-time data is the key to success in modern applications, which means that more people are searching for the right in-memory database technology. However, with many options, comparing in-memory databases for your use case can be challenging. Regardless of use case and […]

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Fraud – Five Takeaways from our Analyst Webinar

Many VoltDB customers are creating externally-facing applications which face the potential of being hacked, with the applications and/or data being used in some fraudulent manner that can cost the businesses considerable time, effort and money. In addition, some of our customers, such as WhiteOps, have created businesses based on identifying and disrupting fraud. And fraud […]

Numbers Don’t Lie: Why the Telco Industry Needs to Transform

If data is a business’s biggest asset, than mobile and telco providers are poised for unprecedented growth – so long as they have the ability to analyze and act on data in real-time. Making the most of vast streams of data from subscribers’ devices (think clicks, impressions, and purchases) and machine-to-machine interactions, requires a new […]

Five Telco Apps where a Fast NewSQL Database Brings Competitive Advantage

How do you modernize the infrastructure of an industry as essential to our world as telecommunications? You could hedge your bets and start very carefully and slowly, which seems prudent. After all, telecommunications providers have extreme requirements for the availability and performance of network infrastructure, hardware and software: 6 9s, or 99.9999% availability. That equates […]

The five most frequent questions about VoltDB

We get a lot of questions about what VoltDB is, what it does well, and how it can help enterprises solve a range of data management challenges. This post will address a few of those questions. We’ll have more posts like this, so check back often. How does VoltDB differ from a typical RDBMS? VoltDB was […]

Four Use Cases Where NoSQL Databases Fall Short

We looked at the basic differences between NoSQL and NewSQL in a recent post. Now let’s break the differences down specifically by looking at what developers really care about: Which problems can I solve with NoSQL? Equally important, where is NoSQL a bad fit? Where do different approaches – NoSQL and NewSQL – show their […]

NoSQL vs. NewSQL: What’s the difference?

NoSQL and NewSQL databases are popular solutions in the data management space. We’re sometimes asked to clarify the difference between the two approaches. Here’s what you need to know if you’re trying to decide which solution to adopt in your organization. NoSQL vs. NewSQL: What’s the difference? NoSQL is a broad category of disparate database […]

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