IIS has partnered with VoltDB, the world’s fastest in-memory operational database that delivers rapid data ingestion with real-time analytics and per-event decision-making in a single integrated platform. Read the full press release here.

IIS Enhances Fast Data Capabilities
with Cutting-Edge VoltDB Technologies.

With VoltDB, IIS will enable enterprise customers to cost effectively monetize the influx of real-time data. Companies in industries such as finance, retail, mobile and telecommunications benefit from applications that use streaming data with real-time analytics and processing to deliver new levels of customer interaction, engagement and personalization and manage resources precisely in real time. The partnership also enables VoltDB to strengthen its presence in the fast-paced New York market.
VoltDB’s in-memory database, which runs in a massively parallel processing (MPP), shared-nothing architecture, is built to tap the value of fast data (i.e., data in motion). IIS, with its extensive data services and experience, can now help customers build fast data applications faster, more simply and cost effectively than was previously possible. In addition to tapping the value inherent in streaming data pipelines, IIS and VoltDB manage the rapid exporting of operational data to warehouses such as HP Vertica and Hadoop.

Free eBook: Fast Data and the New Enterprise Data Architecture.

Big Data is transforming the way enterprises interact with information, but that’s only half the story. The real innovations are happening at the intersection of Fast Data and Big Data.

Why? Because data is fast before it’s big. Fast Data is generated by legacy applications, and increasingly by the explosion of data created by mobile devices, sensor networks, social media and connected devices – the Internet of Things (IoT).

VoltDB was engineered to handle Fast Data. We’re so excited by its capabilities that we worked with O’Reilly Media to write the eBook, Fast Data and the New Enterprise Architecture. Download the eBook today to learn more about Fast Data and the new enterprise data architecture—a unified data pipeline for working with Fast Data (data in motion) and historical Big Data - together.

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