Accelerate access to critical data using IBM solidDB Universal Cache

Use an in-memory RDBMS as a cache to existing disk-based databases

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Sami Salkosuo

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: March 12, 2009

IBM® solidDB® Universal Cache is in-memory caching software for use with traditional disk-based relational databases. It promises extreme speed, adaptability, and robustness. Explore these promises and follow a sample use case for the first — extreme speed. See, also, how to use a custom testing tool written in Jython.

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