Extreme Transaction Processing

In Computer Science, Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP) is an exceptionally demanding form of transaction processing. Transactions of most high-end ( more than 10,000 concurrent accesses or 500 transaction per second ) or ultra-high-end ( more than 100,000 concurrent accesses or 5,000 transaction per second ) requirements or more would require this form of processing.

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Extreme Transaction Processing - Major Solutions
... Major solutions promising XTP are - Extreme Scale Oracle Coherence Red Hat's JBoss Data Grid, based on the open source Infinispan project GigaSpaces GemFire ...

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