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Friday, November 11 • 10:30am - 11:20am
In-Memory Technologies at Oracle: to boldly go where in-memory has never gone before LIMITED

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In this session we will cover Oracle's unique inmemory technology portfolio, featuring powerful inmemory database technologies for transaction processing as well as for analytics.  The Oracle TimesTen In-Memory database, used by thousands of customers,  is a lightweight superfast embeddable database,  providing microsecond response times for high velocity transaction processing applications.  Within Oracle Database,  Database In-Memory (originally released with Oracle Database 12.1.0.2)  is an unprecedented breakthrough inmemory columnar technology providing massive performance gains for analytical and mixed enterprise workloads, with the ability to process data in real-time at the rate of billions of rows per second. In the upcoming Oracle 12.2 release, Database In-Memory is further enhanced with a number of features to further improve on its already outstanding performance, as well as with several features to improve the overall capacity, fault tolerance and manageability of the inmemory column store. A novel aspect of this inmemory technology is with its deep integration with Software-In-Silicon in the SPARC M7 processor, which embeds specific functions to improve both the performance and the capacity of the inmemory column store within a specialized Database Accelerator (DAX) coprocessor.


Speakers
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Tirthankar Lahiri

Senior Vice President, Data and In-Memory Technologies, Oracle USA
Tirthankar Lahiri is Senior Vice President of the Data and In-Memory Technologies group for Oracle Database and is responsible for the Oracle Database Engine (including Database In-Memory, Data and Indexes, Space Management, Transactions, and the Database File System), the Oracle... Read More →


Friday November 11, 2016 10:30am - 11:20am
Room - 2 Ground Floor

Attendees (108)