“ChronicleMap is a really great project. I use it for off-heap storage, it incredibly increases performance.” – Khalil EL MAZOUARI

I am Dr. Khalil EL MAZOUARI, from Belgium. I got my PhD from the Free University of Brussels in 1994. And I have been working in Bioinformatics since 1999. I have been a Bioinformatics freelance consultant since 2007. I work for Biotech companies. My expertise is in what is called Antibody Next-Gen Sequencing. It’s a new technology for genome studies. This technology generates a huge amount of DNA sequences, requiring specific resources for processing. I can highly recommend ChronicleMap for anyone tackling large a number of DNA sequences or working on Next-Gen sequencing projects.
Kirk Pepperdine works as an independent consultant offering Java performance-related services. Prior to focusing on Java, Kirk developed and tuned systems written in C/C++, Smalltalk, and a variety of other languages. Kirk has written many articles and spoken at several conferences on the subject of performance tuning. He helped evolve http://www.javaperformancetuning.comas a resource for performance tuning tips and information.
“The Chronicle libraries allowed us to increase the throughput of the application ten-fold while reducing the memory requirement an order of magnitude.” – Attila-Mihály Balázs, senior Software Engineer, QIAGEN
Using the Chronicle libraries is a great success at the company
and as a small token of our appreciation I would like to offer this testimonial.

“Using this solution we were able to avoid the latency that TCP/IP had when using Redis. This latency really made the difference when processing Big Data.”  –  Pablo Caif

ChronicleMap gave us a great alternative to process large amounts of data by allowing us to be able to fetch associated information with a very low latency. All of this with the convenience of using Java.

Using this solution we were able to avoid the latency that TCP/IP had when using Redis. This latency really made the difference when processing Big Data.

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