aerospike


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aerospike

(ˈɛərəʊˌspaɪk)
n
a type of rocket engine
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Aerospike Enterprise Edition--the company's eponymous, enterprise-class, hybrid memory architecture database solution delivers an enterprise system of engagement with strong consistency and high performance that powers real-time, mission-critical applications and analytics across industries such as AdTech, Telco, ecommerce, gaming, and financial services
The Alpha upper stage will utilize an engine (FRE-1) with a single combustor, whereas the first stage engine (FRE-2) will use an array of twelve of the same combustors arranged in an annular aerospike configuration.
Representative databases are Dynamo, MemcacheDB, TokyoTyrant, Voldemort, Aerospike, Memchched, Coherence, and GigaSpaces.
Prominent companies, profiled in the report include, Couchbase, Aerospike, Neo4j, InfiniteGraph, Basho Technologies, Hypertable, Cassandra and MarkLogic.
Adform has replaced Cassandra with the open source Aerospike database to achieve predictable low latency at scale for its multi-screen marketing platform.
New case study explores how Tinkoff's DMP responds within milliseconds even as it scales to collect and manage data linked to hundreds of millions of Russian Internet users with Aerospike.
New case study explores how FMPN relies on Aerospike to handle ad impressions for 180 million unique monthly visitors in real-time
AFIT's research in aerospike rocket engines, sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory Propulsion Directorate, seeks to increase vehicle performance and decrease launch costs.
Bui was recently honored at Dryden with a ``One NASA Center Best'' award for his collaboration with industry, the military and other NASA centers on the Dryden aerospike rocket test that he directed in 2004.
The Igla can be identified by its aerospike protruding from the centerline of the seeker dome, whereas the Igla-1 missile has a cone mounted on a tripod to achieve the same effect.
Technology used by the space agency -including solid hydrogen fuel, aerospike rocket engines and hypersleep have all been used in the development of Mission: SPACE at some stage.
It will take off vertically from Edwards Air Force Base in California, make a suborbital flight across several states using a new kind of rocket engine called an aerospike, and then land on a runway like an airplane.