Tuesday, June 9, 2015

VMware Gemfire v/s Pivotal Gemfire

VMGemfire is now Pivotal Gemfire. Pivotal and VMware have come together for this latest version of Gemfire. It is a Distributed Data Management System.

Gemfire is used across spectrum of applications for low-latency, high-volume and transaction systems.

Below are the Important Features of Pivotal Gemfire:

1. Enhance UI for monitoring

An enhanced UI for monitoring entire Gemfire deployment is provided with Pivotal Gemfire. Nodes can be tracked and started/stopped for the consolidated UI. Metrics foe each node can be viewed in nice graphics.

2. JSON Support

We can store JSON documents in Pivotal Gemfire with support to query inside the documents.

3. Better Persistence of Data

Pivoal Gemfire provides persistence to both partitioned and replicated data. Database queries become minimal thereby reducing the costs of fancy databases.

4. Spring Integration

Pivotal Gemfire has easy integration with Spring, thereby making the code writing easier. It helps segregating the data access from business logic effectively.

5. Higher Throughput and Lower latency and Higher Availability

Further optimizations, concurrent data structures for storage has led to higher throughput and further lowered the latency in Pivotal Gemfire. Coupled with shared-nothing architecture, Pivotal Gemfire provide very high and continuous availability.

6. L2 Caching

This helps in increasing the Hibernate performance and minimizes database slowness. 

7. WAN distribution

With Pivotal Gemfire distributed systems can scale out over the WAN in an un-bounded way while maintaining reliability and consistency of data.

8. Cross Languages

Business Objects can be shared seamlessly across C++,C# and Java applications. No need for cumbersome transformations.

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