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What is Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR)?

September 14, 2021
Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) is an essential technology that facilitates data failover and disaster recovery. By replicating data across multiple data centers in different geographical locations, XDCR guarantees continuous service delivery to the end user by always having the backup of data in case one of the data centers is adversely affected.  XDCR is [...]

What is Streaming Data?

September 09, 2021
Streaming data is data that flows in continuously from highly distributed sources. These data streams are constantly feeding data that data platforms can use or act upon dynamically and in real time, without the need to download or batch it first.  Data streams come from a wide variety of sources and in many different formats, [...]

Why the Telco World Needs a New Form of Cross Data Center Replication

August 31, 2021
Today’s telco operators have two key needs: the need for their applications and data need to be in multiple physical locations at once to prevent data loss, and the need to respond within single-digit milliseconds to customer requests in order to maintain customer loyalty.  But since geographic separation causes latency, there’s an inherent conflict in [...]

What is a microservices architecture?

August 19, 2021
A microservices architecture is a modular approach to application development that allows developers to deliver large, complex applications reliably and swiftly. Applications—such as those for customer management, charging, or billing—consist of many interconnected sub-tasks that work in tandem to deliver the desired business outcome. In the past, applications were designed as one whole piece—aka a [...]

How VoltDB Complements Vertica for Network Intelligence and Automation Applications

August 16, 2021
To deliver reliable, fast, and responsive services, providers demand real-time automation informed by actionable insights gleaned from the torrents of data and device telemetry events streaming through their networks.  For ages, it seemed that one could have the speed or data granularity in network analytics, but not both, or that one could enjoy both speed [...]

What is real-time billing mediation?

August 04, 2021
Real-time billing mediation is the process of using up-to-the-second data usage information to proactively identify errors, prevent inaccurate invoicing, notify customers about usage thresholds, and more.  Telecom operators and communications services providers use real-time billing mediation to retrieve usage data from different network equipment and convert it to a uniform format that a billing system [...]

Why We’re Excited About the Anthos Partnership

July 08, 2021

Recently we announced we had joined Google Cloud’s 5G Edge/ISV partner initiative, and that we would be available in Google Cloud with Anthos as a platform for delivering applications and solutions to the network edge. It’s important to spell out why this is such an important partnership for us and how it will help us […]

How to Use Contextual Decisioning to Optimize Business Outcomes

June 24, 2021
More and more organizations are seeking to operationalize their decisions into software-enabled platforms as part of their digital transformation.  These same organizations have invested quite heavily (and recently) in big data and machine learning. This has led them to understand how fast business situations evolve when operating at web scale and how this pace is [...]

What’s an in-memory database?

June 16, 2021
An in-memory database is a modern data management system that stores data in the system’s main memory (most often RAM), as opposed to a traditional database that uses disk/device storage. When you process data in an in-memory database, only the RAM is used/accessed. There is no need to access the secondary memory and navigate the [...]
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