Overall Satisfaction with Aerospike
In-memory and NoSQL databases are a database combination that is being employed by a growing number of applications. Aerospike features a Hybrid Memory Architecture, which makes it unique. When using a persistent SSD, the index is kept in memory while the data is stored on the disc and then retrieved from the drive, as opposed to when using a non-persistent SSD.
- increased response time
- minimal managerial resource required
- developer can start using with shallow learning curve
Do you think Aerospike delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Aerospike's feature set?
Did Aerospike live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Aerospike go as expected?
Would you buy Aerospike again?
We were in dilemma in deciding the database and it was the first time we were using Aerospike. Eventually, everything went as expected and resolved the client's requirement along with positive feedback and appreciation.
We used the community edition.
We were developing an advertisement time auction application, where we had to store the client's personal details, advertisement-related details, location, and many other details. Moreover, we required a promotion, cookies, and a few more details from the front end. All this information is heavy in terms of size and cannot be lost if the server crash. So, we required an extremely fast disk database with high scalability and low throughput.