4 Market trends 47% of Gartner survey respondents ranked data growth in their top three challenges, followed by system performance and scalability Exploding transactional growth is driving database performance and availability needs to new levels prompting the adoption of new storage technologies, from disk to solid-state What are your most challenging database administration tasks? Source: Gartner
6 Market trends – Gartner's top 10 strategic technology trends for 2012 8. In-memory computing: “We will see huge use of flash memory in consumer devices, entertainment devices, equipment, and other embedded IT systems. In addition, flash offers a new layer of the memory hierarchy in servers and client computers that has key advantages -- space, heat, performance, and ruggedness among them. Unlike RAM, the main memory in servers and PCs, flash memory is persistent even when power is removed. In that way, it looks more like disk drives where we place information that must survive power-downs and reboots, yet it has much of the speed of memory, far faster than a disk drive. As lower-cost -- and lower-quality -- flash is used in the data center, software that can optimize the use of flash and minimize the endurance cycles becomes critical. Users and IT providers should look at in-memory computing as a long-term technology trend that could have a disruptive impact comparable to that of cloud computing” , Cearley says. cloud computing” By Michael Cooney, Created 2011-10
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