Solid Information Technology Corp., provider of distributed data management, announced a new product, Solid AdaptableEngine, the first distributed data manager that allows developers to optimize application performance by choosing whether data should be stored on disk or in memory. The ability to choose the appropriate storage option, table by table, enables application developers to achieve the highest performance while optimizing memory usage. It also frees developers from dealing with data management issues and allows them to design more robust applications.

Customers choosing Solid AdaptableEngine get two data managers in one compact and robust product. Solid AdaptableEngine features one engine tuned for disk operations and one tuned for in-memory operations; both engines fit into a compact footprint. The system automatically chooses the correct engine at run time: table storage location is completely transparent to the application. Solid guarantees 100 percent backward compatibility with earlier Solid FlowEngine and EmbeddedEngine products, so an application developer can retrofit AdaptableEngine to a Solid FlowEngine application without changing a single line of code.

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