We are thrilled to be in Las Vegas this week for the Gartner Business Analytics and Intelligence Summit. We will be at booth #119 and we have a ton in store for the event, including games and giveaways, happy hour for attendees, and a featured session from MemSQL CEO, Eric Frenkiel.
We will also be showcasing our new geospatial capabilities, and a demo of how Pinterest is using MemSQL and Spark for real-time analytics.
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by Kevin White
Strata+Hadoop World was full of activity for MemSQL. Our keynote explained why real-time is the next phase for big data. We showcased a live application with Pinterest where they combine Spark and MemSQL to ingest and analyze real-time data. And we gave away dozens of prizes to Strata+Hadoop attendees who proved their latency crushing skills in our Query Kong game.
During the event, Mike Hendrickson of O’Reilly Media sat down with MemSQL CEO Eric Frenkiel to discuss:
The state of in-memory...
Our data is changing faster than our data centers, making it harder and harder to keep up with the influx of incoming information, let alone make use of it. IT teams still tolerate overnight batch processing. The cost of scaling legacy solutions remains cost prohibitive. And many promised solutions force a complete departure from the past.
If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Far too many innovative companies struggle to build applications for the future on infrastructure of the past....
From the inception of MemSQL, we’ve seen the ability to merge transactions and analytics into a single database system as a core function for any data centric organization. Gartner’s recent report, “Market Guide for In-Memory DBMS” mirrors that belief, and is chock full of key findings and recommendations for businesses looking to take advantage of in-memory computing.
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In the report,...
While at Strata+Hadoop World, MemSQL CEO, Eric Frenkiel, sat down with Mike Hendrickson of O’Reilly Media for a conversation about the evolution of the database ecosystem, and how Hadoop and in-memory computing fit into the picture.
Watch this 8 minute interview to learn more about:
Developments throughout the in-memory data technology market, and where it will be 12 months from now.
How Apache Spark fits into the Hadoop Ecosystem and why it will replace MapReduce.
The importance of...