Can't all data be stored in DRAM?
If there is a technology that can store all data in DRAM, is indexing necessary?
DRAM reads/writes 1000 times faster than general storage media (SSD, HDD). In particular, Write is more than 10000 times faster. Implementation of scale-out to overcome the size limit of DRAM is absolutely required. Memory clustering technology between servers is required to implement scale-out.
300ms (0.3 seconds) Under must be guaranteed
Full Searching time
Must support structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data
Supported data format
MAX 24PB or more must be supported
System In-memory support scale
V8 Engine [Internal]
Version 2.7 or higher support and parallel operation support [External]
Linking the program