BELLEVUE, WA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/21/13 -- ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory data grids (IMDGs), today announced it has been included in the list of in-memory data grid vendors in the "Who's Who in In-Memory Data Grids: Vendors' Strategies, Strengths and Challenges" report published November 15, 2012 by Gartner, Inc.
Twenty-first century computing infrastructures are handling larger workloads than ever before and managing continuous, rapid changes to fast-growing data sets. IMDGs offer high-performance, scalable middleware infrastructure, enabling organizations to quickly adapt to increased demand on application resources. By storing data in-memory, applications can transact or analyze operational data much more efficiently than traditional methods.
"The pressing need to effectively manage and analyze fast-changing data within information technology-enabled organizations has placed an increased demand on scalable and high-performance solutions," said Bill Bain, founder and CEO, ScaleOut Software. "We believe Gartner's focus on the IMDG market confirms this need and provides excellent insights for organizations interested in maximizing the value of their operational data."
ScaleOut Software has served the IMDG market for close to a decade. The ScaleOut Software product line includes its flagship IMDG, ScaleOut StateServer®; its disaster recovery and global data integration solution, ScaleOut GeoServer®; its big data analytic computing platform, ScaleOut Analytics Server; and its virtual management console, ScaleOut Management Pack.
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About ScaleOut Software, Inc.
ScaleOut Software develops software products that provide scalable, highly available memory-based storage and analysis for workload data in server farms and compute grids. It has offices in Bellevue, Washington and Beaverton, Oregon. The company was founded by Dr. William L. Bain, whose previous company, Valence Research, developed and distributed Web load-balancing software that was acquired by Microsoft Corporation and is now called Network Load Balancing within the Windows Server operating system.
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