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» VIEW ALL POSTS Aug 30 2012   9:07PM GMT

in-memory database definition



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
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quotes and quotations “In-memory database caching technology holds information within random access memory (RAM) where it is more easily accessed by applications. The technology leads to increased speed and greater scalability because applications spend less time reading data stored on disks.” – Mark Brunelli

Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is in-memory database, a database whose data is stored in main memory to facilitate faster query response times.

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