In-Memory Computing Patterns for High Volume, Real-Time Applications
The real-time demands on modern business applications used by customers and frontline employees or partners have become so extreme that even disk and network access takes too long. It's not just the latency. In order to respond faster to each request or automate certain tasks, these applications have to process much larger data sets in real-time. Learn more about how American Airlines (AA) used in-memory computing to solve these challenges. This session will go through the architecture and technology choices to meet the requirements and SLAs of the business, and some of their initial requirements for evaluating various technologies. It will also detail specific implementation patterns to address the challenges of ACID transactions and performance at scale.