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In-memory storage makes sense

Enrico Signoretti of Juku comments:

In a very conservative world, like data storage used to be, we have been seeing a lot of revolutions lately!  Flash for speed, huge disks fighting against tapes for capacity and long-term archiving  and software to glue them all together creating  new ways to access and manage data.
But it seems it’s not enough. In the next few weeks we will be hearing some interesting announcements about in-memory storage… DRAM based storage? does it make sense? Will it be another revolution or just another feature?

Flash storage is fast, but in-memory storage is the new frontier for ultra low-latency needs. Enrico has a good take on some upcoming things that are going to get you mouth watering.

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