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Aerospike is a high-performing NoSQL database supporting high transaction volumes with low latency.

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  • Aerospike Driver for LINQPad
    Aerospike for LINQPad 7 is a data context dynamic driver for interactively querying and updating an Aerospike database using “LINQPad”. The driver is free. For more information go to this blog post. You can directly download the driver from the LINQPad NuGet manager. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Using In-Memory Databases in Data Science
    Aerospike is a real-time cloud structured platform with good performance capabilities. This IMDB platform allows enterprises to perform their operations in real time through the hybrid memory and parallelism model. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Block and Filesystem side-by-side with K8s and Aerospike
    Block storage stores a sequence of bytes in a fixed size block (page) on a storage device. Each block has a unique hash that references the address location of the specified block. Unlike a filesystem, block storage doesn't have the associated metadata such as format-type, owner, date, etc. Also, block storage doesn’t use the conventional storage paths to access data like a filesystem file. This reduction in... - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Aerospike & IoT using MQTT
    This example shows how the Aerospike database can be easily and scalably used to store industrial time series data made available by the MQTT ecosystem. Aerospike plus its Community Time Series Client streamlines the storage and retrieval of the data, supporting the ability to both write and read millions of data points per second if required. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Building Large-Scale Real-Time JSON Applications
    Real-time large-scale JSON applications need reliably fast access to data, high ingest rates, powerful queries, rich document functionality, scalability with no practical limit, always-on operation, and integration with streaming and analytical platforms. They need all this at low cost. The Aerospike Real-time Data Platform provides all this functionality, making it a good choice for building such applications.... - Source: / almost 2 years ago
  • Dragonflydb – A modern replacement for Redis and Memcached
    Interesting project. Very similar to KeyDB [1] which also developed a multi-threaded scale-up approach to Redis. It's since been acquired by Snapchat. There's also Aerospike [2] which has developed a lot around low-latency performance. 1. 2. - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • Apache Spark, Hive, and Spring Boot — Testing Guide
    In this article, I'm showing you how to create a Spring Boot app that loads data from Apache Hive via Apache Spark to the Aerospike Database. More than that, I'm giving you a recipe for writing integration tests for such scenarios that can be run either locally or during the CI pipeline execution. The code examples are taken from this repository. - Source: / about 2 years ago
  • Developing a Kubernetes Operator for a Real Time Data Platform
    Aerospike is a Real Time Data Platform that acts across billions of transactions while reducing the server footprint. The nature of it, and the requirements of our customers introduce some special considerations for what it can do, and how. - Source: / almost 3 years ago

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7 Best NoSQL APIs
The last piece of the puzzle when it comes to the attraction of Aerospike is its hybrid memory architecture. Aerospike takes an approach to storing data uniquely. It stores the index only in memory while the data persists in a solid state drive (SSD). While the magic in output lies deeper in the architecture, clients receive sub-millisecond latency read times at a throughput of 100Kbit/s to 1Mbit/s.
When to use Aerospike vs Redis | Aerospike
Need for strong data consistency If companies are building mission-critical applications where data consistency is a must, then Redis is not likely the right choice. Redis has not passed the Jepsen test for strong consistency (whereas Aerospike has). Redis supports eventual consistency, which can result in stale reads and even data loss under certain circumstances. Redis has released a WAIT command, which is most...

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