Category: <span>Translytical Database</span>

VoltDB Thought Leadership

What Is Thought-Provoking to Our Readers?

Database Blog Trends, First Half 2018 Looking back over the first half of the year, we notice three trends in reader interest with our blog posts. They are: Defining the real-time database market How to compare database technologies, and How cloud database migration. In this post, we’ll give an overview of the posts most read [...]
5G and Fast Data

The Arrival of 5G — Do You Have a Fast Data Strategy?

5G isn’t just an incremental increase in speed and bandwidth, it’s the new face of the network and a key driver of the digital revolution. Until now, the technology was regarded as a buzzword, or something “just around the corner.” But with a number of public demonstrations, including at the recent 2018 Olympics, by industry […]

Database Technology in a Blockchain World

It’s just about official—blockchain has taken over the world. Or, to be more accurate, the idea of blockchain has taken over the world. In recent months, we’ve seen Long Island Iced Tea Corp. become Long Blockchain Corp. and Kodak revive itself with blockchain aspirations. These unexpected moves led to some head scratching, but also to […]

Go fast! Blog post on fast data, translytics and VoltDB

Is “Translytics” Just Rebranded “OLTP”?

Recently Forrester group has started to talk about "translytics" and Translytical Databases - databases that can “Deliver Analytics At The Speed Of Transactions”. Is this more marketing hype? Or is there something to it? A traditional OLTP database handles lots of rapid fire transactions, but doesn’t really do much more than that. An OLTP database application [...]
Forrester wave translytical data platforms Voltdb response

What Makes a Good Translytics Platform?

Previously, I critiqued the Forrester Wave Translytical Data Platforms Q4 2017 report. At the end, I promised to provide a list of criteria to evaluate translytical databases. In order to create that list, we need to start with a solid definition of Translytics. The Forrester Wave report defines Translytics as: “A unified and integrated data [...]

VoltDB Releases V8

VoltDB is pleased to announce V8. Our engineering team has spent the last year adding features across the product to bring you the fastest database to handle millions of decisions per second, with single-digit millisecond latencies. VoltDB’s customers use this power to solve real business problems that require prectibable low latency, often at very large […]

Forrester wave translytical data platforms Voltdb response

“Forrester Wave Translytical Data Platforms Q4 2017” Puts a Good Foot Forward But Doesn’t Take Users Far Enough on the Selection Criteria

Forrester recently published a new Wave™ report on Translytical Data Platforms. In it, they define a Translytical Data Platform as: “A unified and integrated data platform that supports multi-workloads such as transactional, operational and analytical simultaneously in real-time, leveraging in-memory capabilities including support for SSD, Flash and DRAM and ensures full transactional integrity and data […]

VoltDB Most Read Blog Posts in 2017

Year in Review: Top 5 Blog Posts from 2017…

…and What they Say About the Future Happy 2018 everyone! In keeping with the tradition of reflection at the start of a new year, we at VoltDB decided to take a look back at the highlights on our database blog from 2017. Here are the top 5 performers — those most read: Numbers Don’t Lie: […]

What the **** is Translytics / a Translytical Database?

Data is often repeated as the lifeblood of modern business. Companies use data to drive decisions and strategies, as well as run applications based off those decisions (which in turn generates new data for decisions and strategies, which new applications are based off, and so on). Many data stacks can be generalized into having multiple […]

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