Using Oracle In-Memory Database Cache to Accelerate the Oracle Database

Using Oracle In-Memory Database Cache to Accelerate the Oracle Database


Oracle TimesTen can be used to accelerate existing Oracle Database applications. When response time-critical parts of an existing database are cached in memory in the application tier, response time for SQL transactions can be in microsecond range. This white paper shows how to setup a cache and the different strategies you can deploy depending on the needs of your program. Learn about the cache grid for horizontal scaling and how TimesTen is able to offer rock solid reliability and availability, attributes not normally associated with in memory databases. If you are a developer of Oracle Database applications or an ISV/OEM who embeds the Oracle Database, see if the Oracle In Memory Database Cache will help your customers.


Oracle Corporation
01 Oct 2010
25 Jul 2009
30 Page(s)
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