Author: Kate Borger

MemSQL Announces Strategic Investment from In-Q-Tel

Today MemSQL is excited to announce an investment from In-Q-Tel (IQT), the strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. MemSQL is used by enterprise companies such as Comcast, Shutterstock, and Zynga, and IQT’s recent investment will allow us to generate market opportunities within the government space. The investment from IQT further validates MemSQL’s leadership in the distributed in-memory database...


Debunking Myths Surrounding the Modern Database Landscape

Is your organization experiencing common NoSQL pain points around performance, scale, and flexibility? New database technologies can help eliminate ETL and provide instant access to your data to allow for data-driven decisions that happen in real-time. Join MemSQL on Tuesday, September 9 at 10 am PT to learn more about the realities of NoSQL, misconceptions about MongoDB, and where NoSQL, NewSQL, and MemSQL fit into the modern database landscape.


Exploring Big Data Technology with MemSQL

We are taking our message of blazing speed and real-time Big Data analytics on the road. Will you join us? We’ve hosted developer meetups at our headquarters in San Francisco, and we are now an official sponsors of Data Science DC. The developer community is very important to us — as we are developers ourselves — and we are excited to have the opportunity to collaboratively explore modern business issues and build evolving theories around database technology and the future of real-time...


Exploring In-Memory Databases at MemSQL Meetups

Many technologies are not adapting fast enough to solve modern data problems, and MemSQL is one emerging technology that seeks to bridge the gap. We recognize that these problems cannot be solved in a vacuum, which is why MemSQL seeks to foster a collaborative environment in which developers can work together to solve today’s Big Data challenges. We hosted our first Developer Meetup last month, and we’re looking forward to hosting our next Meetup on November 12 at our headquarters in...


MemSQL to Present at XLDB Conference on Sept. 11

MemSQL is proud to be a part of this year’s XLDB conference, hosted by Stanford University next week on September 11. The 7th Extremely Large Database Conference is designed to help answer the growing need for systems and tools capable of managing and analyzing extremely large data sets, and will focus on practical solutions to capture and leverage big data. More than 98 percent of all the world’s stored information is digital, a drastic increase from 25% only thirteen years ago. Newer data...