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Mark Chmarny
Portland, OR
Technology, travel enthusiast. Arsenal fan. Caffeine junkie. Currently focused on data management solutions at VMware.
Interests: Solution Management, Technical Marketing, Product Strategy, Analytics, Data Systems Engineering, Big Data, ETL, Standardization, Usage Model Implementation, ODCA, OCP, Emerging Cloud, Infrastructure Technologies, AWS, OpenStack, Large-scale Distributed NoSQL Systems, Hadoop, Greenplum, MongoDB, Enterprise Cloud App Architecture, vFabric, Spring, Platform as a Service, Cloud Foundry, App Engine
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One of the most common misconceptions about the level of high availability provided by SQLFire is the client configuration. A lot of times, when people see the client connection string defined with a single IP, they assume that to mean that client will only communicate with that one SQLFire cluster host and deem that to be a single point of failure in the SQLFire data grid. In reality however, SQLFire is based on multi-faced shared nothing architecture. One of its tenants is transparent failover at the protocol level. Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2012 at VMware vFabric SQLFire Blog
In order to use the gemstone repo you group id must be com.vmware.sqlfire. "expected='com.vmware.sqlfire' found='com.vmware'"
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May 22, 2012
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Traditional databases should not be used to do things for which they were never designed; like supporting thousands of concurrent users. In contrast, SQLFire, an in-memory database from VMware, was designed specifically for these kinds of challenges. With its speed and low latency, SQLFire delivers dynamic scalability and high performance for modern, data-intensive applications, all through a familiar SQL interface. Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2012 at VMware vFabric SQLFire Blog
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Traditional databases should not be used to do things for which they were never designed; like supporting thousands of concurrent users. In contrast, SQLFire, an in-memory database from VMware, was designed specifically for these kinds of challenges. With its speed and low latency, SQLFire delivers dynamic scalability and high performance for modern, data-intensive applications, all through a familiar SQL interface. Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2012 at VMware vFabric Blog
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For the latest version of SQLFire and GemFire dependencies simply integrate the GemStone repository into your pom.xml Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2012 at VMware vFabric SQLFire Blog
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