Terracotta, Inc. provides in-memory technologies for enterprise big data. The company offers BigMemory, an in-memory data management platform; BigMemory Max, an in-memory data management solution for low and predictable latency; BigMemory Go, an in-memory data management solution that lets users to keep various application data available in their server's machine memory; and Universal Messaging that streams data across enterprise, Web, and mobile platforms. It also offers Web Sessions that works with users’ favorite Web frameworks, application containers, and custom session objects; Quartz Scheduler, an enterprise-grade commercial job scheduler that can be integrated with or used alongside v...
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Terracotta Unveils New Versions of BigMemory 4
Jul 8 13
Terracotta unveiled new versions of BigMemory 4, its product for managing big, fast data, and Web Sessions 4, the leading solution for distributed in-memory session management. The new offerings work together to bring faster, more reliable access to session data in large-scale, high-traffic web applications. By tapping BigMemory 4's Automatic Resource Control(TM), Web Sessions 4 ensures that data is always where it's needed to grant instant access to up to hundreds of terabytes of session data. BigMemory 4 offers 60% faster data access than previous versions at terabyte scale and beyond, and delivers enterprise-grade levels of reliability and flexibility that were formerly available only in traditional, disk-based data management systems. The latest releases of BigMemory and Web Sessions speed enterprise-grade Web session management, allowing high-traffic web sites to enjoy distributed in-memory session management for extremely high performance and availability at scale. Because application servers are not always optimized to handle very large volumes of in-memory session data in a highly available, scalable way, access to session data shared across application servers often becomes a performance bottleneck for enterprise system architects and software developers. With the latest versions of Web Sessions and BigMemory, developers and architects can deliver fast, reliable access to Web session data, including shopping carts, user behavior and cookies.