451 Research anticipates significant growth in the adoption of data-processing products and services that support hybrid operational and analytic processing (HOAP) workloads in the coming years, especially for new application development projects. In this report, 451 compares approaches of two of the longest-standing vendors in the in-memory data grid/cache sector: Pivotal and GigaSpaces. Check it out!
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