AI, streaming data, and legacy systems integrated with Aerospike Connect

AI_ streaming data_ and legacy systems integrated with Aerospike Connect

Aerospike announced the expansion of its Aerospike Connect product line. The organization had previously launched the Aerospike Database 5. Last year the company had launched Connect for Kafka and Connect for Spark. The latest features aims to enhance the two functionalities and add support to Apache Pulsar 1.0 and JMS 1.1.

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The latest upgrades and new connectors will help Aerospike Connect integrate legacy systems like mainframes and increase the range of streaming data platforms and supported use cases. Aerospike is famous for being the creator of the in-memory NoSQL database. The latest integration will help eliminate the data silos across various technologies and platforms.

Source: Zdnet

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