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Driven by increasing business demands and the availability of innovative new technologies, large organizations are turning to enterprise data grids to accelerate, optimize, and scale their IT infrastructure. Enterprise data grids allow the consolidation of siloed information into a single image that is updated in real time and accessible with low latency by many applications. This paper describes the architecture of an enterprise data grid and gives common applications. Learn how to overcome the challenge of efficiently moving information from data sources to the various application consumers in the data grid and coordinating data flow between data grid instances.

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