The data warehouse as we know it has changed.
Growth in data size and complexity, migration to the cloud, and the rise of real-time use cases are forces pushing enterprise organizations to expect more from their data warehouse.
Evidence of this trend can be found in the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant Report, which has dropped data warehouse from its title and graduated to Data Management Solutions for Analytics. This change has resulted in an expansion of types of vendors covered, while also...
by Kevin White
Gartner has named MemSQL a Visionary in the Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouse and Management Solutions for Analytics!
This marks our debut in Gartner’s report for data warehouse solutions and our second showing on a Gartner Magic Quadrant report in the last six months.
The report compares top Data Warehouse solutions, as well as highlights key strengths that distinguish MemSQL from legacy vendors.
MemSQL Strengths include:
Focus on supporting transactional and analytical use cases with...
In the technology industry, when products or innovations last for a long period of time, they are often here to stay. SQL is a great example of this – it has been around for over 30 years and is not going away anytime soon. When Eric Frenkiel and Nikita Shamgunov founded MemSQL in 2011, they were confident in choosing the SQL relational model as the foundation for their database. But the database industry during that era was clamoring around NoSQL, lauding it as the next great innovation,...
by Carlos Bueno