Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database
        and Oracle In-Memory Database Cache

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database (TimesTen) is a full-featured, memory-optimized, relational database with persistence and recoverability. It provides applications with the instant responsiveness and very high throughput required by database-intensive applications. Deployed in the application tier, TimesTen operates on databases that fit entirely in physical memory (RAM). Applications access the TimesTen database using standard SQL interfaces. For customers with existing application data residing on the Oracle Database, TimesTen is deployed as an in-memory cache database with automatic data synchronization between TimesTen and the Oracle Database.

What is TimesTen and how does it work? How to use TimesTen as a cache database for the Oracle Database? 

How is TimesTen used by real-life customers? TimesTen is deployed by thousands of customers spanning industries in communications, financial services, web applications, travel logistics, gaming, and more. See sample of customer testimonies at the Customer Use Cases section below.

Click here to download the TimesTen software and virtual machine with TimesTen pre-installed.

Need help getting started? Visit the TimesTen blog, browse TimesTen-related content in the Oracle Learning Library, jump start your TimesTen experience using the TimesTen Quick Start Guide, find answers to TimesTen Frequently Asked Questions, and leverage the Community Discussion Forum. For the latest list of TimesTen tutorials and demos, click here

TimesTen is fully integrated with Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle SQL Developer:
  TimesTen Plug-In for
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c
  TimesTen Support in
Oracle SQL Developer

Technology Overview

bullet TimesTen In-Memory Database Overview bullet In-Memory Database Cache Overview
bullet TimesTen Features Overview bullet In-Memory Database Cache Architecture

White Papers

bullet TimesTen: An In-Memory Database for Enterprise Applications bullet Extreme Performance Using TimesTen
bullet TimesTen on Exalogic bullet IMDB Cache Accelerates Oracle Database
bullet TimesTen for the Communications Industry bullet TimesTen for the Financial Industry

Tutorials and Demos

bullet Quick Start Guide bullet TimesTen & Intel SSD Performance Demo
bullet TimesTen Tutorials bullet Oracle Learning Library
bullet TimesTen Demos bullet TimesTen Overview (YouTube)
bullet Real-Time Performance with TimesTen (YouTube) 

Data Sheets

bullet Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database bullet Oracle In-Memory Database Cache
bullet TimesTen for the Communications Industry

Customer Use Cases

bullet Bank of America Merrill Lynch bullet China Finance Online Co.
bullet Dell bullet Deutsche Börse AG
bullet Ericsson bullet KDDI
bullet Lockheed Martin bullet Nable Communications
bullet NYFIX bullet Pulse Networks
bullet Telcordia bullet United States Postal Service
bullet Verizon Wireless bullet Verizon Wireless Podcast

Additional Resources

bullet Frequently Asked Questions bullet Discussion Forum
bullet TimesTen Talk (Blog) bullet Oracle University Courses
bullet Hands-on VirtualBox VM
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