GigaSpaces Announces Version 15.2, Doubling Performance, Improving Security

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A new press release states, “GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, the fastest in-memory real-time analytics processing platform, announced today the release of GigaSpaces 15.2 that doubles performance, and introduces the GigaOps Stack for unprecedented DataOps functionality that simplifies and streamlines modern application development and deployment. Version 15.2 increases the velocity, reliability and security of data processing and analytics in alignment with business goals, while freeing enterprises to develop and deploy modern time-sensitive and data-driven applications that support their digital transformation initiatives. The growing need for time-sensitive, data-driven business decisions is driving organizations to optimize and simplify the management of hybrid transactional processing, analytics and machine learning (ML) operations.”

The release continues, “GigaSpaces Version 15.2 addresses the growing requirements, focusing on 3 major pillars including higher performance, simpler operations, and security hardening: (1) Higher Performance – GigaSpaces’ uniquely optimized data processing engine uses stream iterator techniques to double the speed of read intensive query results for both XAP and InsightEdge. (2) Simpler Operations – Version 15.2 introduces GigaOps Stack to reduce IT production management overhead, providing end-to-end provisioning, self-healing, auto-scaling, A/B testing, proactive-monitoring and distributed tracing.”

It adds, “GigaOps Stack includes: (1) ElasticGrid – a new cloud native alternative to Kubernetes that has the advantage of supporting on premise, hybrid and multi-cloud environments with 20% improved performance compared with Kubernetes. (2) New Improved Ops Manager – originally released with GigaSpaces Version 15.0, the enhanced Ops Manager now automates data integration with any RDBMS or data warehouse, including the schema mapping, data model and indexing saving weeks of manual work to handle and maintain hundreds of tables.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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