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Using the distributed MemoryStore
Overview of the distributed MemoryStore
Distributed store transactional and data safety guarantees
Configuring a distributed store
Interacting with a distributed store
Configuration files for distributed stores
Standard configuration properties for distributed stores
TCStore (Terracotta DB) driver details
BigMemory Max driver details
Migrating from BigMemory Max to TCStore
Changing bean property values when deploying projects
Creating a distributed MemoryStore driver
With a distributed MemoryStore, you can access data shared among Apama applications running in separate correlators. Distributed stores make use of distributed caching software from a variety of third-party vendors.
The topics below describe typical use cases for the distributed MemoryStore, how to add and configure distributed stores, and how to write drivers for integrating with third-party caching software.

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