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In Memory Database Market – Key Players are Microsoft (U.S.), Oracle (U.S.), IBM (U.S), Altibase (U.S.) @Pragati Pathrotkar

In Memory Database Market – Key Players are Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.), Altibase Corporation (U.S.)

A collection of data and filing the same in an organized manner is known as a database. When a software application interacts with databases, other applications and the user, to collect and analyze data, it is known as a database management system or DBMS. DBMS serves several purposes such as administration of databases, creation of data and updating of data among others. In memory database (IMDB) is a form of DBMS which utilizes the main memory of the device, for data storage. In memory database is also known as main memory database system (MMDB) or memory resistant database. When compared with disk optimized databases, the in memory database system functions much faster since it memory access is much faster than disk access. Most database management systems, such as Oracle, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server utilize the mechanism of disk storage whereas in memory database systems, such as Oracle Coherence and Starcounter among others utilize the mechanism of memory access. In memory databases generally utilize volatile memory. But the introduction of non volatile memory modules has enabled the storage of data even in the event of power failure. Customized versions of in memory databases can offer several advantages. Some such advantages are the ability to accumulate and store large quantities of multidisciplinary data in a relational format, without having to wait for the slower batch processing and ability to predict events of find anomalies in data, by processing historical data and real-time data simultaneously.

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The market for in memory database is primarily being driven by the growing demand for real-time monitoring of data and analytical data processing from most industry verticals. Industries such as e-commerce or retail has been more focused on gathering data on consumers for better understanding and predicting the purchasing behavior of the consumers. In line memory database strongly aids the organizations in performing the same and hence has been seeing good growth rate for the past few years. Additionally, the growth of internet-of-things connected devices has been promoting the growth of in memory databases market, since most of the infrastructure of IoT applications are being supported by these databases. Furthermore, the growing demand for advanced risk management solutions by various organizations has also been positively impacting the growth of in memory databases market. Considering the impact of all the factors mentioned above, the market for in memory databases can be expected to grow at a fast pace, during the forecast period from 2016 – 2024. The ongoing shift from in memory databases being a response time improver of analytical data processing to an enabler of online analytical processing (OLAP) / online transaction processing (OLTP) infrastructure is expected to offer unique opportunities for the in memory database market to grow.

Altibase Challenges Oracle, IBM & Microsoft

Altibase Challenges Oracle, IBM & Microsoft

Mature, battle-tested database is now open source

Feb 12, 2018, 10:47 EST

NEW YORKFeb. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On February 12 in 2018, Altibase, an enterprise grade relational database, announced that it is now open source.

“The database industry is going open source – the trend is clear,” says Altibase Chairman, Paul Nahm. “But for discerning and prudent enterprise clients with mission critical applications there is still one big question: Is there an open source database I can trust to be reliable 24/7? The answer is as of today: Yes, Altibase.”

Altibase is a mature, battle-tested database. For nearly 20 years, Altibase has served over 600 enterprise clients, including 8 Fortune Global 500 companies, in more than 6000 deployments.

Altibase was included in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for operational DBMSs in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Compare Altibase. Function for function, Altibase matches Oracle, IBM and Microsoft with one big difference, Altibase is now open source.

Enterprise Grade 
Database Providers

Oracle

IBM  

Microsoft

Altibase

Years in operation

41

35

29

19

In-memory storage

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Replication

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Relational

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Full ACID compliance

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

SQL standards

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

GUI tool

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Hybrid table

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

On-disk storage

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Sharding

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Spatial

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Open Source

Yes

By going open source, Altibase directly challenges Oracle, IBM and Microsoft by providing equal functionality at much lower cost. Now, users don’t have to choose between low cost and reliability. With Altibase, they can now have both.

Furthermore, Altibase provides state-of-the-art sharding technology. With Altibase, enterprises do not have to make any changes to their existing systems running on relational databases, so execution is easy and quick.

In addition, Altibase super-minimizes the use of coordinators in sharding so that enterprises experience almost no coordinator-related bottlenecks. No matter how many servers are added, linear performance enhancement is maintained, resulting in lower TCO. (https://youtu.be/T1JbefKxmPA)

Download Altibase today to discover why so many major companies around the world have chosen Altibase.

More information about Altibase is available at its website. (www.altibase.com)

Altibase – Downloading is Believing