Red Hat today announced JBoss Enterprise Data Grid 6, which it calls "a cloud-ready, highly scalable distributed data cache." Cameron Purdy defines a data grid as "a system composed of multiple servers that work together to manage information and related operations - such as computations - in a distributed environment."
Like Apache Cassandra and Riak, Red Hat's data grid is influenced by Amazon's distributed data store Dynamo.
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