I’m conscious I’ve posted a lot on this blog over the past few months about hot new topics like big data, Hadoop and Oracle Advanced.
Introduction Whilst helping a customer set up their Exalytics server the other day I hit an interesting problem. Not interesting as in hey-this-will-cure-cancer, or oooh-big-data-buzzword.
One of the key design features of the Exalytics In-Memory Machine is the use of aggregates (pre-calculated summary data), held in the TimesTen In-Memory database..
Introduction One of the key reasons that Exalytics can deliver sub-second response times is the use of TimesTen in-memory database to hold data pre-calculated to.
One of the several elements of Exalytics’ power comes from it holding pre-calculated (aggregated) data in the TimesTen for Exalytics In-Memory Database. Exalytics comes with.