At MemSQL, we believe that every company should have the opportunity to become a real-time enterprise.
We believe that data drives business, and that data management performance leads to successful business results.
Specifically related to our products, we believe in:
The Need for Performance
To compete in a 24×7 business world, companies must be able to ingest data quickly, execute low latency queries, and support a large number of analytics users and data volume, all at the same time.
by Gary Orenstein
Today we launched MemSQL 5.5 featuring MemSQL Pipelines, a new way to achieve maximum performance for real-time data ingestion at scale. This implementation enables exactly-once semantics when streaming from message brokers such as Apache Kafka.
An end-to-end real-time analytics data platform requires real-time analytical queries and real-time ingestion. However, it is rare to find a data platform that satisfies both of these requirements. With the launch of MemSQL Pipelines as a native feature...
by Steven Camina
Performance analysis often gets bottlenecked by lack of visibility. At MemSQL, we architected our database to easily observe its inner workings. Observability allows our engineers to easily identify components that need to be faster. Faster components mean our database’s performance skyrockets. These tools also enable support engineers to react quickly and precisely to customer needs. In the spirit of using the best available tools to which we have access, the performance team is currently...
by Kyle Laracey
This post originally appeared in Tableau News by Arthur Gyldenege.
Many of us have data in many places, waiting to be understood. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce we’ve added even more data-source options in Tableau 10. We want to help you gain value from your data, no matter where it lives.
Here’s what’s new.
MemSQL Named Connector
We love fast databases. It makes the experience of interacting with your database that much more enjoyable.
MemSQL is a database...
by Monica Multer
This is a Guest Post from our Friends at Tableau
MemSQL is the database platform for real-time analytics. One of the great features of the latest release, MemSQL 5, is users can connect directly from Tableau. Using the new MemSQL 5 named connector, currently in beta, users can analyze current and historical data together while MemSQL ingests millions of transactions per second. MemSQL is also wire-protocol compliant with MySQL, so if you already have a MySQL driver installed or you are running...
by Arthur Gyldenege
Today marks the 1-year anniversary of the MemSQL Community Edition launch. Over the course of a year, Community Edition has surpassed tens of thousands of downloads and is deployed across hundreds of active clusters. We have a thriving community user group on Slack, ranging from SQL beginners to award-winning data engineers.
On our anniversary, we want to share what has contributed to our community success, and what users can expect moving forward.
A Database So Scalable, Everyone Can Use It...
The data industry has so many topics to dive into. At MemSQL, we do our best to provide coverage across a range of subjects. To make it a bit easier to find a few of our recent and historical hits, we have curated a short list of articles by topic. Enjoy!
SQL is the lingua franca of data processing. Understand why MemSQL has stayed true to this dominant approach.
Hidden Cost of NoSQL | Network World Article | Jan 2016
Why MemSQL Placed a Bet on SQL | MemSQL Blog | Oct 2015
by Alex Hudzilin
We are proud to announce general availability for MemSQL 5 today. A key milestone in this release is a full fledged SQL compiler resulting in faster query processing across the board. Making this happen was a result of several months of hard work, which featured a large uplift of our existing database execution engine.
This new SQL compiler is using LLVM for code generation. This modern compilation strategy is capable of supporting dynamic compilation of programming languages.
In addition to...
by Nikita Shamgunov
A post from our co-founders Eric Frenkiel, CEO and Nikita Shamgunov, CTO
Today MemSQL 5 Beta is publicly available! MemSQL customers have been able to achieve remarkable results with our database, and we look forward to feedback on this upcoming release from our user community.
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This release aligns with our 5th anniversary as a company and it is our most ambitious release to date. Over the past five years, we have learned how to deliver real-time...
by Eric Frenkiel
Photo: Martin Taylor
We often hear “How can I use MemSQL together with my Oracle database?”
As a relational database, MemSQL is similar to an Oracle database, and can serve as an alternative to Oracle in certain scenarios. Here is what sets MemSQL apart:
MemSQL is a distributed system, designed to run on multiple machines with a massively parallel processing architecture. An Oracle database, on the other hand, resides in a single, large machine, or a smaller fixed cluster size.