At the core of the latest release of GigaSpaces’ platform is XAP 9.7’s built-in MongoDB integration and LINQ support for XAP.NET users. XAP’s MongoDB integration enables users to easily use MongoDB as a backing store for the XAP in-memory data grid, benefitting from both XAP’s high performance and fully-blown transaction support and Mongo’s scalability and flexibility.
The newly introduced LINQ support allows XAP.NET users to submit complex queries to the in-memory data grid using the built-in LINQ syntax, making it more native and easier to use for .NET developers.
XAP 9.7 also contains a number of other enhancements such as improvements to the query projection mechanism that allows for projecting properties of nested objects, the ability to prioritize specific racks or even data centers when deploying the data grid and allocating primaries and backups, unique constraint enforcement for attributes of objects written to the grid, and a variety of additional improvements and bug fixes.
“With XAP 9.7 we’ve extended our support for NoSQL databases, providing a data access and eventing layer that's blazing fast, scalable and fully transactional,” said
GigaSpaces Technologies provides software middleware for the deployment, management and scaling of mission-critical applications on cloud environments through two main product lines, XAP In-Memory Computing and Cloudify. Hundreds of Tier-1 organizations worldwide are leveraging GigaSpaces’ technology to enhance IT efficiency and performance, from top financial firms, e-commerce companies, online gaming providers, healthcare organizations and telecom carriers.
GigaSpaces was founded in 2000 and has offices in the US,
Source: GigaSpaces Technologies