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A Case for In-Memory Data Grids

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An in-memory data grid uses intelligent, distributed caching to let applications meet requirements of performance, availability, reliability, and elastic scale. Such a system can be a boon to analytics systems and other applications that require fast access to data, writes Christina Wong of Red Hat in this opinion article.
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