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Hardware friendly, high performance Java-Applications by Martin Thompson & David Farley Posted on Jan 05, 2012 Martin Thompson and David Farley discuss how to use the scientific method to create high performance systems by measuring performance and adapting the implementation to approach the limits of current hardware. The disruptor architecture is an open sourced result of their work at low-latency, high throughput systems for the retail trading platform of LMAX Ltd. 4

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Nikita Ivanov on GridGain’s In-Memory Accelerator for Hadoop by Srini Penchikala Posted on Sep 08, 2014 GridGain recently announced the In-Memory Accelerator for Hadoop, offering the benefits of in-memory computing to Hadoop based applications. It includes two components: an in-memory file system and a MapReduce implementation. InfoQ spoke with Nikita Ivanov, CTO of GridGain about the architecture of the product.

Jags Ramnarayan on In-Memory Data Grids by Srini Penchikala Posted on Apr 12, 2012 In-memory data grids (IMDG) are gaining lot of attention recently because of their support for dynamic scalability and high performance for data intensive applications. InfoQ spoke with Jags Ramnarayan, Chief Architect for GemFire products at VMWare, about the architecture of in-memory data grids, their advantages compared to the traditional databases, and emerging trends in this space. 9

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