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Solving Lambda Architecture’s Fast Layer Problem

Getting up to date answers about recent events and asking the same question about older data is really hard to do using open source. The Lambda Architecture is a somewhat complicated way of doing this kind of mass scale, relatively fast, open source data processing. The key point is that you have two layers: a […]

Microservices – What CSPs can Learn From IT

CSPs are in a critical period of transformation right now. Omnipresent connectivity is driving new disruptive business models which are further driving up demands on the networks. Virtualization of appliances and systems is seen as a necessary step to add the agility to meet these increasing and evolving service demands. As vendors and CSPs are […]

Key Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale

Modern applications have two primary needs: performance and ease of operations, both at scale. Performance The performance consists of two aspects: throughput and latency. Both are driven by applications becoming machine-driven i.e. API-driven. Humans will wait much longer than an API will since APIs have strict latency expectations due to timeouts. When you take a […]

Questions and Answers about Modern Database Architecture

VoltDB and DBTA teamed up to host a webinar in October titled “Architectural Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale”. We had a number excellent questions during that session, which are reproduced below. For those who missed the webinar, you may view it here in its entirety. Editor’s Note Unless otherwise noted, the […]

Making the Case for Open Source

The Open Source Real-Time Question (and Fast Data Answers)

Rising Amounts of Information As we look at total amount of information created world wide, we see an exponentially rising curve. According to the Kleiner Perkins 2017 Internet Trends study, the amount of total information generated in the world today is about 16 zettabytes (zb). Based on Kleiner estimates, this number will grow at least […]

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Comparing Fast Data Performance: A comparison of VoltDB and Cassandra Benchmarks

Introduction NoSQL databases, such as Apache Cassandra, are often used in operational applications. However, a new breed of databases, such as VoltDB, are revolutionizing the fast data landscape. VoltDB is an in-memory NewSQL transactional database for fast data applications, currently in use by major telcos, financial services, and many other markets. To display the competitiveness […]

5 Fast Data Trends in Financial Services

The financial industry is undergoing a fast data revolution and we hear from a lot of our clients about why fast data is becoming an increasingly critical requirement in their IT infrastructure. This blog looks at some of the key trends for leveraging fast data in the financial services industry today. 1. Moving Data at […]

How is Fast Data Transforming the Telco Landscape?

Telco networks have always generated fast data at line speed. In telco use cases like policy management, decisions are already made on that data in near real-time. In many other cases, network and customer data is backhauled into a data lake and analyzed over hours or days to gain insight into the subscriber experience or […]

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