In-Memory Processing Storage options

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In-Memory Database
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Windows Vista
Relational databases
Is "in-memory"processing a reality?

I am researching the viability of  IMDS (IN-MEMORY DATABASE SYSTEM).  RDBMs is rapid failing its ability to storage the data receive.  This is just in the discussion stage.  I am looking for evidence that is a viable possiblity in today's business world.

 



Software/Hardware used:
Vista and MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010

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No matter what in memory system you get you have to write the data to disk at some point, otherwise when the server reboots or fails you’ve lost your data.

How large is your database, and what problems are you seeing?

Personally I’ve got a 1 TB OLTP database serving 45k users daily without any issues.

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