Apache Ignite edit  

A distributed in-memory data fabric/grid with the ability to persist data to disk, supporting a number of use cases including a key value store (with SQL support), real time stream/event processing engine, arbitrary compute, long running service management, an in-memory HDFS compatible file system for acceleration of Hadoop jobs, an in-memory machine learning grid and in-memory shared Spark RDDs and Data Frames. An Apache project, graduating in September 2015, having been originally donated by GridGain from their In-Memory Data Fabric product launched in 2007. Java based, with development lead by GridGain who supply commercial support for Ingite, as well as a range of Ignite based products and services including GridGain Professional (with ongoing Q&A and bug fixes before they're included in Ignite), GridGain Enterprise and Ultimate (which includes extra features such as a management GUI, enterprise security, rolling upgrades, backup and recovery) and GridGain Cloud (beta).

Technology Information

Other NamesIgnite, GridGain
VendorsThe Apache Software Foundation, GridGain
TypeCommercial Open Source
Last UpdatedFebruary 2019 - v2.7

Related Technologies

Is packaged byApache Bigtop

Release History

versionrelease daterelease linksrelease comment
1.92017-03-07Ignite announcement GridGain Professional announcement 
2.02017-05-05Ignite announcement GridGain Professional announcementpost on upgrading to 2.0 or 2.1
2.12017-07-27Ignite announcementAdds persistent storage of data held in memory - see post
2.22017-09-21Ignite announcement 
2.32017-11-01Ignite announcement 
2.42018-03-15Ignite announcement; GridGain Professional announcementMachine Learning GA; Spark DataFrames
2.52018-05-31Ignite announcement 
2.62018-07-18Ignite announcement 
2.72018-12-06Ignite announcement; Ignite blog; GridGain Professional blog; Vulnerabilities FixesTensorFlow integration; Encryption at Rest


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