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Installing Apache Trafodion using Docker Containers

Using Docker to Install Apache Trafodion We are excited to announce the availability of Apache Trafodion 2.0 (Incubating) on Docker. Developers around the world can now easily install a single node version of Apache Trafodion on their Linux boxes in a snap.   Apache Trafodion and EsgynDB (commercial version supported by Esgyn) enable you [...]

Installing Apache Trafodion using Docker Containers 2019-04-19T17:44:55+00:00

A Design Pattern to Manage Log, IoT and Event Data

A common use case for Trafodion in the IoT (Internet of Things) space, in telecommunications and internet security is a very large single table, recording real-time events. Customers want to ingest new data at a fast rate, perform queries and age out obsolete data.

A Design Pattern to Manage Log, IoT and Event Data 2018-06-05T14:21:13+00:00

Discover EsgynDB at Strata

See demos of EsgynDB powered by Apache Trafodion in booth 625 at Strata + Hadoop World, March 29-31 in San Jose, CA. Attend Esgyn CTO Rohit Jain's presentation In Search of Database Nirvana: The Challenges of Delivering HTAP.

Discover EsgynDB at Strata 2018-03-14T17:19:38+00:00

EsgynDB 2.0 Release

Esgyn just released EsgynDB 2.0. This new version provides multiple Data Center support (active /active), a key differentiation to bring Transactions on Hadoop into production environments. A complete list of the new features available in this release is available here. At the same time, Esgyn issued a press release to share the first Customers success [...]

EsgynDB 2.0 Release 2018-03-14T17:19:45+00:00

Apache Trafodion DBMS article on Bloor

Bloor Research writes about Trafodion: This new database project, Trafodion (which is Welsh for "transactions"), is offering SQL on Hadoop (with full ACID properties, which are sometimes compromised in new and "affordable" databases). This promises, amongst other things, to let you run both operational transaction processing workloads and "big data" analytics against the same Hadoop datastore environment.

Apache Trafodion DBMS article on Bloor 2018-03-14T17:19:45+00:00