GridGain launch two new developer bundles
Thursday, June 27, 2019
The new solutions include Support, Consulting and Training for GridGain Community or Enterprise Edition. The new Developer Bundles help companies implement Apache Ignite or GridGain…
GridGain Systems, provider of enterprise-grade in-memory computing solutions based on Apache Ignite, has announced new GridGain Developer Bundles.
The new solutions include Support, Consulting and Training for GridGain Community or Enterprise Edition. The new Developer Bundles help companies implement Apache Ignite or GridGain, speed the development and rollout of real-time, massively scalable applications with in-depth developer training and consulting assistance with common tasks such as architectural reviews and performance optimisations.
The new developer bundles come as a standard and starter packages and, once live, the support services included in the bundles ensure that any issues that arise in the pre-production or production deployments can be submitted to the GridGain customer engineering team for rapid resolution.
The starter bundle includes a 3-day remote developer training session, a 40-hour block of consulting hours, and 3 compute units of GridGain Support for the GridGain Community Edition or Enterprise Edition. Designed for companies that are just starting their in-memory computing journey and need to rapidly ramp up their development team and architectural plans.
The Development Bundle includes a 40-hour block of consulting hours and 3 compute units of GridGain Support for the GridGain edition of choice. Designed for companies that are already developing solutions on Apache Ignite or GridGain and would benefit from assistance with architectural planning, troubleshooting or performance optimisations.
Abe Kleinfeld, president and CEO of GridGain (pictured) said “Companies are facing competitive demands to accelerate their digital transformations and need to build out their new infrastructures quickly and get it right the first time.
“Our GridGain Developer Bundles are a cost-effective way to kickstart an in-memory computing development program that can result in the performance and massive scalability companies need to successfully deploy new applications that drive great user experiences.”