How to tell if a GPU-oriented database is a good fit for your big data project

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Hadoop is cool, and Spark is fast, but sometimes you need optimized hardware to handle increasingly bigger data workloads. That's the premise behind Kinetica, an in-memory database that channels the power of massively distributed graphics processing units (GPUs) to promise 100-1,000x better real-time analytics performance

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