Author: Gene Miguel

Meetup, MemSQL, ZoomData, Machine Learning

Real-Time Streaming, Analytics, and Visualization with MemSQL and Zoomdata

We regularly host meetups at MemSQL headquarters as a way to share what we have been working on, connect with the community, and get in-person feedback from people like you. We also invite partners and customers to join us as well. Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting a meetup with Zoomdata, where we shared two presentations on real-time streaming, analytics, and visualization using MemSQL and Zoomdata. The first presentation “Streaming in the Enterprise with MemSQL” is presented by...


Data Warehouse Rescue

Seeking a Rescue from a Traditional RDBMS

In the Beginning Years ago, organizations used transactional databases to run analytics. Database administrators struggled to set up and maintain OLAP cubes or tune report queries. Monthly reporting cycles would slow or impact application performance because all the data was in one system. The introduction of custom hardware, appliance-based solutions helped mitigate these issues, and the resulting solutions were transactional databases with column store engines that were fast. Stemming from...


Real-Time Roadshow Rolls into Phoenix, Arizona

We’re packing our bags and heading to the Southwest to kick off the first ever MemSQL Real-Time Roadshow! Healthcare, education, aerospace, finance, technology, and other industries play a vital role in Phoenix, home to leading corporations like Honeywell, JP Morgan, AIG, American Express, Avnet, and UnitedHealth Group. Businesses in these industries face the constant challenge of keeping up with the high expectations of users and consumers that demand personalized and immediate services. To...


Denver CIO

The Changing Face of the Modern CIO

In 1981 the role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) first breaks onto the scene. Today, thirty five years since genesis, the responsibilities of the CIO have radically changed. The original CIO served as senior executive in an enterprise and was responsible for the information technology and computer systems that supported enterprise goals. However, as today’s business needs rapidly change, so too does the role of a modern CIO. Today, CIOs must adapt or they will get left behind with legacy...