Winner! Best Data Virtualization Solution

Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) announced its data solutions winners earlier this August, and one of our middleware products was honored! Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization won best data virtualization solution.

DBTA’s awards were reader’s choice, meaning that it was the community of data virtualization users who voted for JBoss Data Virtualization. According to DBTA’s announcements, the hallmarks of a winning data virtualization solution include three characteristics:

  • Agile development
  • A secure virtual data layer
  • Real-time data access and provisioning

It’s a combination of security and speed.

Data virtualization provides a layer over existing, separate data sources, which integrates the data in those sources without have to manually copy or convert that data. Data virtualization can support a lot of potential business benefits, including reducing duplicate data, improving data consistency, and reducing architectural complexity. Data virtualizations can provide that comprehensive view and access to data, without having to replace existing applications.
Find out more about Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization here.

Red Hat and In-Memory Data Grids – Increasing adoption in the enterprise

I’m happy to share that Red Hat was named a leader for our in-memory data grid (IMDG) technology by Forrester Research. The ranking follows recognition of Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, our open source IMDG product, as a finalist in the Database Trends and Applications magazine Readers’ Choice awards.

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Big Data is getting bigger with IoT; Red Hat JBoss Middleware can help

Database Trends and Applications magazine (DBTA) announced its 2015 Readers’ Choice Award winners recently, and two Red Hat JBoss Middleware products were named finalists: JBoss Data Grid, for Best In-Memory Database, and JBoss Data Virtualization, for Best Data Virtualization Solution.

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