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How IBM solidDB In-Memory Database Technology Benefits DB2 Users with Extreme Speed (D17)

Topic: 2010 EMEA

Subtopic: Cross Platform DB2 for z/OS & LUW



DATE: 2010-11-11 (11:15 - 12:15)
SPEAKERS: Jamie Watters (IBM)

IBM solidDB Universal Cache relies on relational, in-memory database technology to achieve throughput of tens-to-hundreds of thousands of transactions per second with response times measured in microseconds. Leveraging this in-memory technology, solidDB Universal Cache can accelerate DB2 by caching performance critical data stored in DB2 into solidDB Universal Cache. This presentation will introduce and explain solidDB relational, in-memory technology, including how the out-of-the-box integration and synchronization works between DB2 and solidDB Universal Cache. It will provide benchmark information measuring throughput and latency, showing how solidDB provides both high throughput and low latency to address data access requirements in communications, financial services, e-commerce, and other performance critical markets.

EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Understand the basics of solidDB in-memory technology, why it is fast, and how solidDB Universal Cache integrates with DB2 "out of the box"

Hear how the latest innovations within solidDB, including shared memory access, data aging, and SQL pass-through, work to enhance performance even more

See examples of how solidDB Universal Cache is scalable and adaptable to different DB2 application and deployment needs

View solidDB use cases across multiple industries

Understand how solidDB achieves High Availability with a hot-standby implementation that also enhances performance through load balancing



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