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In-memory databases face-off
An in-memory database, or IMDB, can help maximize throughput and minimize latency by relying on computer memory for data storage.
Access this E-Guide to explore the emergence of in-memory databases and the practical applications and benefits of switching to IMDBs.
This two part series offers and in-depth comparison of Oracle’s standalone database management system (DBMS), Times Ten and Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE), which is a specific database that is part of a DBMS.