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In-Memory Database Blog

I changed jobs and companies a very fast 90 days ago, moving from a huge (I like to say that like Bernie Sanders says it, starting with a "Y" – I’m from New York after all) technology company to the much smaller VoltDB. In my...

How many of us dreamed of having a superpower growing up? Be honest. I know for me it was flying. I bet everyone has a superpower they’d like to have.At VoltDB we have a saying: make fast data work. We’ve put that into practice for...

A recent blog post described SQLCoverage, a VoltDB-developed Python tool that tests VoltDB by running millions of queries using randomized data and comparing the results with the those of identical queries run against HSQLDB, an open-source relational database. This blog post continues that discussion by...

Today is Internet of Things (IoT) Day, a day that marks a significant change in how we work, how we control our homes, how we drive, how most everything is made and how most everything else in our lives is changing. All of this change...

IoT data management platforms must manage both data in motion (fast data) and data at rest (big data). As things generate information, the data needs to processed by applications. Those applications must combine patterns, thresholds, plans, metrics, and more from analytics run against collected (big)...

 

We thank Jeremy Winters of VoltDB partner Full360 for this guest post, which first appeared on Full360’s Elastic Ninja blog. It is published here in its entirety.

About a year ago, a Full360 gaming customer had a requirement to create an analytics data warehouse for in-game events. These events are generated by various mobile and desktop versions of their games, representing significant actions in the game such as wins, losses, level ups, and in-game currency transactions. The final target for the data was a Vertica database running on AWS EC2 instances… to be analyzed and visualized with Tableau.