What Is In Memory Computing?

Written by Caitlin Davidson

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In Memory Computing Defined

In memory computing (IMC) is a type of middleware software or solution architecture, that enables fast processing of data, fast performance and scale of never-ending quantities of data. 

IMC stores data in RAM across a number of clusters, rather than on a disk. It is complemented by on-disk or solid-state storage for recovery, archiving and accessing historical data. IMC is processed in parallel, enabling real-time insights to businesses. 

In-memory computing helps businesses to:

  • Increase performance
  • Quickly analyze high volumes of data 
  • Detect patterns at a fast rate
  • Improve complex event processing
  • Deliver faster reporting and product releases
  • Gain a higher customer satisfaction

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