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

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


Oracle In-Memory Database (IMDB) Cache enables you to improve application transaction response time by caching the performance-critical subset of tables and table fragments from an Oracle database to the application tier. Caching data using IMDB Cache is superior to other caching techniques as it brings full relational functionality, incremental scalability coupled with location transparency, stellar performance, and automatic maintenance of data consistency. Read this white paper to learn how Oracle In-Memory Database Cache significantly reduces response time, while improving overall application throughput, by bringing data closer to the application, and by processing queries in an in-memory database.

Oracle Corporation UK Ltd
22 Oct 2010
28 Jul 2010
30 Page(s)
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