Top 10 Reasons to Store More Data in Memory
sponsored by Software AG

As data pools continue multiplying, more and more organizations are moving their growing volumes of data out of disk-based storage systems and remote relational databases and into machine memory. As a result, data is living right where it’s used – in the core processing unit of the application, therefore resulting in higher performance and speedier access.

But there’s more to be said about in-memory data storage. Check out this resource to discover the top ten reasons to store more data in memory, including:

  • Higher throughput: lower latency boosts processing capacity without adding computing power
  • Accelerated analytics: faster access provides real-time insight for quicker decision making
  • Ease-of-use for developers: no complex APIs, libraries or interfaces required
  • And seven more!
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