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Etere Ingest Run on 64-bits in a Client Server Configuration

Etere Ingest is the latest release as part of Etere’s plans to roll out 64-bits and Microservices to its software solutions. Besides Etere Ingest, Etere ETX and Etere ETX-M Multiviewer have also been released in 64-bits applications with microservices architecture. Etere is consistently enhancing its technology to bring the best performance to users like you.

Benefits of 64-bits in Etere include:

  • Increased Capacity – Allows the utilisation of a larger capacity RAM.
  • Enhanced program performance – Faster data speeds.
  • Easy software maintenance, organisation and modification.

A 64-bit microprocessor allows computers to process data and memory address which are represented by the greater capacity 64 bits. In comparison with 32-bit processors which have up to 4GB of space, 64-bit processors have 16 GB addressable space. In addition, 32-bit systems limited to 3.2 GB of RAM while 64-bit systems will enable you to store up to 17 Billion GB of RAM. The results of a 64-bit application such as Etere Ingest are a faster performance and an enhanced capability to handle multi-tasking.

Benefits of Microservices Architecture in Etere

Furthermore, Etere Ingest is now designed based on Microservices architecture. Unlike traditional monolithic systems where an application shares a common stack with a large, relational database supporting the entire application, Microservices is a software architecture that structures the application as a collection of services. As a result, Microservices enable individual deployments and scaling of services associated with each software application.

With Microservices, developers have greater flexibility with the testing and deployment of software updates. This allows very fast deployment of new features as well as very reliable deliveries of large and complex applications.

  • Smaller and faster deployments, with smaller codebases and scope, updates can be deployed quickly.
  • More flexibility with the testing and deployment of changes to the software.
  • Teams can use different stacks for different components.
  • Better fault isolation, larger applications are unaffected by a single point of failure.
  • Easy to understand and easy to scale as the services are separate.


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