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GemStone Upgrades Data Frabric
BEAVERTON, Ore. -- GemStone Systems, the leading provider of the Enterprise Data Fabric (EDF), today announced the release of GemFire Enterprise 5.7, a core component of its high-performance data fabric. The release adds significant value to customers that depend on a highly scalable, reliable, on-demand environment and simplifies the approach developers have previously taken to connect to the data fabric.
GemFire Enterprise 5.7 provides simplified server discovery and automatic load balancing to give customers enhanced business continuity and consistent response time, regardless of clients' load. Scalable client subscriptions guarantee data and event delivery, and network resiliency is increased by the quick detection and recovery from network failures or unresponsive servers in a distributed system. In addition, the GFMon monitoring tool has been enhanced to simplify data collection and allow customized data charts for administrators.
"Data has been growing at an exponential rate for some time, and with virtualization and cloud computing coming into play, it's like adding fuel to the fire," states Jags Ramnarayan, chief architect of Gemstone Systems. "GemFire Enterprise 5.7 release raises the bar for delivering simple, scalable and resilient data fabric for our customers to cope with such data deluge."
GemStone Systems Inc.
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