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For 30 years the central fact of database performance was the gigantic difference in the time it takes to access a random piece of data in RAM versus on a hard drive. It’s now feasible to skip all that heartache by placing your data entirely in RAM. It’s not as simple as that, of course. You can’t just take a btree, mmap it, and call it a day. There are a lot of implications to a truly memory-native design that have yet to be unwound.
These two trends are producing an entirely new way to think about, design, and build applications. So let’s talk about how we got here, how we’re doing, and hints about where the future will take us.