Success Stories

Partners Empower Real-Time Data Warehousing

Leading companies such as Comcast, Akamai, Kellogg’s, Dell EMC, Pinterest, Samsung, and Pandora use MemSQL to drive value from data with real-time data warehousing and analytics. For many enterprises, however, the rapid change in the digital business landscape proves daunting. Implementing a real-time analytics and data warehousing solution seems far-fetched, if not impossible. Who can help companies drive business value from their evolving data ecosystem and become a real-time enterprise? ...


Case Study: How Tradelab Enables Real-Time Bidding with MemSQL

Tradelab, a programmatic marketing platform company based in France, uses MemSQL to process and analyze real-time bidding data for hundreds of customers. Challenge: NoSQL Data Latency The Tradelab real-time ad serving platform requires a heavy mixed read/write workload, and the NoSQL database they had in place was introducing unnecessary data latency into the ad-bidding process. The company began searching for a replacement – a true real-time data management solution with two key...


Coinalytics Taps MemSQL to Fuel Blockchain Analytics

Bitcoin has occupied headlines of technology and business publications over the past several years. The concept of digital currency, or cryptocurrency, rocked the financial industry, and public opinion about the applications of Bitcoin continues to ebb and flow. Today, Bitcoin is being overshadowed by another technology: blockchain. Blockchain is a public ledger for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This is where the real money is, say payment industry experts. Blockchain is a distributed...


Incumbents and Contenders in the $33B Database Market

The database market continues to surprise those of us who have been in it for a while. After the initial wave of consolidation in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the market has exploded with new entrants: column-stores, document databases, NoSQL, in-memory, graph databases, and more. But who will truly challenge the incumbents for a position in the Top 5 rankings? Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, and Teradata dominate the $33B database market. Will it be a NoSQL database? Will it be an open source...