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InterSystems Launches New Release of Object Database


InterSystems Corporation announced a major new release of its InterSystems CACHÉ high-performance object database. CACHÉ release 2010 targets the growing demand by CIOs for economical high availability and the call from Java developers for high-volume, high-performance processing combined with persistent storage for event processing systems.

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With CACHÉ 2010, InterSystems introduces CACHÉ Database Mirroring—innovative, advanced technology that provides an automated solution for both planned and unplanned downtime. CACHÉ Database Mirroring provides automatic failover between any two CACHÉ-based systems, without the need for specialized storage and networking hardware and software, the vendor claims.

“IT executives are looking for an economical solution that will provide high availability for critical systems throughout the enterprise,” said Robert Nagle, InterSystems Vice President of Software Development. “And, in organizations with high-volume, Java-based, complex event processing (CEP) environments, CIOs are seeking out database solutions that combine persistent storage with extremely high performance. With this new release, CACHÉ successfully addresses both of these scenarios.”

InterSystems specializes in advanced database, integration and business intelligence technologies for breakthrough applications. CACHÉ is a highly scalable object database for transactional systems, and it can run SQL queries faster than relational databases.

CACHÉ eXTreme for Java provides a solution to the dilemma that Java developers confront when building systems where processing speed is of critical importance, data changes very rapidly, and data persistence is an absolute requirement. Providing direct Java access to the CACHÉ multidimensional database engine delivers performance that has been measured in the field at three to seven times faster than other data-handling approaches. CACHÉ eXTreme for Java delivers performance equal to an in-memory database while also delivering the persistence of both historical and transactional data that is required for CEP and event-driven SOA.

CACHÉ eXTreme makes it possible for Java developers to choose the optimal development approach based on specific system requirements. Developers can access data efficiently as multidimensional data structures to obtain the highest possible application performance. With sparse storage techniques, sophisticated cache management, and high concurrency rates, CACHÉ-based applications can be scaled to many thousands of clients without sacrificing high performance.

Another alternative is eXTreme event persistence where developers store Java objects in the CACHÉ database. This approach automatically creates a Java binding and data can be accessed through Java using objects or SQL for maximum development flexibility.

The CACHÉ eXTreme combination of high performance, persistent data storage, massive scalability, and flexibility in development approach requires only a minimal training investment. Typically, a Java developer with a year of experience can be productive in just a few days when using CACHÉ eXTreme, InterSystems claims.

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