Aerospike, the leader in enterprise-class NoSQL hybrid memory databases, have announced the release of a new version of its database—Aerospike 3.11.
At the core of this release are improvements to the hybrid memory architecture that is unique to the Aerospike database solution, enabling superior scalability and persistently high performance. In particular, 3.11 advances greatly improve DRAM performance by upgrading memory allocators and improving lock granularity. Aerospike 3.11 also includes the addition of TLS transport encryption, further securing Aerospike by enabling transport encryption across deployment environments that extend across network security domains.
Other improvements include expanded IPv6 support and the general availability release of SortedMaps—in-database manipulation of maps allowing for network-efficient operation on data structures.
“This release builds on our core mission of providing customers a performant, enterprise-class database for powering real-time applications, across industries ranging from financial services to AdTech,” said Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike Co-founder and CTO.
Aerospike is an enterprise-class, NoSQL database solution that enables digital transformation by powering real-time, mission-critical applications and analytics across industries, including AdTech, eCommerce, gaming, telecommunications, and financial services. With use cases ranging from user profile store and real-time billing to fraud detection and directory services, Aerospike delivers predictable performance at scale, superior uptime, and high availability at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to relational and first-generation NoSQL databases. Recognized by industry analysts as a visionary and leader, Aerospike is the database behind Nielsen Marketing Cloud, Williams Sonoma, InMobi, Kayak, and AppNexus. Available in two versions—Enterprise Edition and Community Edition—Aerospike is currently available for download at www.aerospike.com. Aerospike is a privately-held company based in Mountain View, CA, and is backed by New Enterprise Associates, Alsop Louie Partners, and CNTP.