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IMDG Striim Hot Cache

Real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast IMDG cache from a system of record.

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Hazelcast IMDG Striim Hot Cache ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, providing consistency with the system of record.

Real-Time, Push-Based Propagation

Striim’s Change Data Capture (CDC) functionality captures changes in underlying databases in real-time, and pushes them instantly to the cache, keeping it hot.

Change Data Capture Functionality

Striim recognizes which tables and key-values have changed, immediately captures these changes with its table and key, and using the Hazelcast IMDG Striim writer, pushes those changes into the cache.

CDC Wizard Speeds Deployment

Striim can configure the capture of change data from a variety of databases including Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL and HPE NonStop, and propagate that data to your Hazelcast IMDG cache.


Hazelcast IMDG Striim Hot Cache

Real-Time, Push-Based Cache Refresh Real-Time, Push-Based Cache Refresh

Reduces latency of propagation from a backend database into the Hazelcast cache to milliseconds, providing the flexibility to run multiple applications off a single database and keeping Hazelcast cache refreshes up to date while adhering to latency SLAs.

Change Data Capture Change Data Capture

Recognizes which tables and key-values have changed, immediately capturing these changes with their table and key, focusing on incremental changes that minimize disruption to your existing workflows.

Object Relational Configurations Object Relational Configurations

Allows changes to be applied to the specific domain model in the Hazelcast IMDG, including inserts, updates and deletes.

Full Support for System of Record Full Support for System of Record

Supports Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, HPE NonStop

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