TimesTen In-Memory Database and
  TimesTen Application-Tier Database Cache


Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database (TimesTen) Release 18.1 represents the next generation of the widely used TimesTen In-memory relational database. Building on the foundations of previous TimesTen versions it extends TimesTen to be a fully distributed database with transparent data distribution, a single database image, ACID transactions, automatic high-availability via K-safety, elastic scalability and of course extreme performance. It provides applications with the instant responsiveness and very high throughput required by database-intensive applications. Applications access the TimesTen database using standard SQL interfaces and the database can elastically scale accordingly to the demand of your business. For customers with existing application data residing in the Oracle Database, TimesTen can be deployed as an in-memory cache database with automatic data synchronization between TimesTen and the Oracle Database.

The initial release (18.1.1.1.0) of TimesTen Release 18.1 supports only TimesTen Scaleout. TimesTen Classic support will be reintroduced soon in an upcoming patchset. See TimesTen In-Memory Database Overview for difference between TimesTen Scaleout and TimesTen Classic.

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Still have more questions? Find answers in the FAQ and ask questions in the TimesTen blog or Community Discussion Forum.


TimesTen is integrated with Oracle SQL Developer:
 
      TimesTen Support in
Oracle SQL Developer
 

Product Family

bullet TimesTen In-Memory Database Overview
bullet TimesTen Application-Tier Database Cache Overview

Tutorials and Demos

bullet TimesTen 18c Sample Programs    bullet Oracle Learning Library
bullet TimesTen 11g Tutorials and Demos bullet TimesTen Overview (YouTube)
bullet Real-Time Performance with TimesTen (YouTube)  bullet TimesTen & Intel SSD Performance Demo

Customer Use Cases

bullet Bank of America Merrill Lynch bullet Shanghai Customs
bullet Dell bullet Deutsche Börse AG
bullet Ericsson bullet KDDI / (Oracle Magazine Sep 2014)
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
bullet China Mobile 

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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