What is In Memory Computing?
Storage of information in the main random access memory (RAM)
Rather than in complicated RDBMS operating on comparatively slow disk drives
What are the Uses of In Memory Computing?
Helps business customers, like, banks and utilities, to
Quickly analyse patterns
Analyse massive data volumes on the fly
Perform their operations quickly
Why In Memory Computing increasingly popular now a days?
The drop in memory prices in the present market
Need for “peed is the dri ing fa tor
Why is it time for in-memory computing?
DRAM costs are dropping about 30% every 12 - 18 months
Things are getting bigger, and costs are getting lower
Lack of standards:
No specific standards for developing IMC solutions
Companies are providing their offerings in ad hoc manner
Compatibility issues among solutions from other vendors
Costs associated with IMC systems are comparatively high
It is a time consuming process.
We are talking a out DRAM: the D stands for destru ti e
It doesn’t hold data, if e lose po er