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High-Density Memory Store

Store hundreds of gigabytes of data in-memory without garbage collection overhead, operating within consistent and predictable latencies.

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Store large amounts of data, limited only by available RAM

Store large amounts of data, limited only by available RAM

Storing hundreds of gigabytes of data in-memory lowers cost by reducing the number of required CPUs and nodes. It also increases uptime through a reduction of garbage collection overhead, and accelerates application performance.

High-Density Memory Store

Store hundreds of gigabytes of data without garbage collection overhead.

Operate within consistent and predictable latencies.

Scale Up then Scale Out

Fully use the resources of your machine then scale out for redundancy and capacity.

Create a more stable and predictable cluster.

High-Density Architecture

Use separate on-heap memory store and high-density memory store.

Hold data in your Java virtual machine (JVM) process while avoiding garbage collection pauses.

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Hazelcast High-Density Memory Store

Exploit Hardware Memory More Effectively Exploit Hardware Memory More Effectively

Hazelcast High-Density Memory Store solves garbage collection limitations so that applications can exploit hardware memory more efficiently.

Fully Use the Resources of Your Machine Fully Use the Resources of Your Machine

Scale-up then scale-out by using a smaller number of large computers, creating a more stable and predictable cluster.

Separate On-Heap and High-Density Memory Stores Separate On-Heap and High-Density Memory Stores

Hold data in your Java virtual machine (JVM) processes while avoiding garbage collection pauses.

High-Density Caching High-Density Caching

Your entire data sets can now be held in cache for extreme in-memory performance, all with the simplicity of JCache or Map.

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