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Don't Buy the Demo

November 20, 2018

In his article posted November 8 on Medium, John Dillon, Aerospike’s CEO, shares his thoughts on the importance of an iterative approach to data systems. He explains why buyers tend to be wooed by sexy demos of new software systems,...


Order of Magnitude

November 6, 2018

In his article posted October 30 on Medium, Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike’s Founder and CTO, shares his thoughts on what it means when engineers speak about ‘an order of magnitude’ and why business leaders should pay attention when they...


Aerospike in the IBM Cloud

June 12, 2018

Aerospike is an unusual database. It’s fast, it takes less CPU and DRAM, and it pushes storage harder. That’s how it achieves multi-million transaction per second per server rates, with sub-millisecond access times. This speed makes Aero...


Aerospike 4.1

May 11, 2018

Aerospike is pleased to announce the availability of our 4.1 release. After the major 4.0 release introducing consistency, this release has a backlog of interesting enhancements, beyond a number of minor bug fixes. As always, we continue...


Meltdown / Spectre and Aerospike

January 10, 2018

Executive Summary The Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs require OS and cloud hypervisor patches to provide data security. These patches, while necessary, come at a performance cost.  In general, we have seen few impacts across the Aerospike...


AdTech + MarTech = MadTech?

August 4, 2017

  Convergence and consolidation are omnipresent in every industry. Value chains compress, inefficiencies are driven out and business outcomes are delivered. In some cases, convergence happens across two complementary worlds. The world of...

Blog/Business/Adtech Martech

Aerospike 3.9 Release

July 12, 2016

What’s New?    Carrying on our quarterly release schedule, we are super excited to announce the release of Aerospike Server 3.9. This continues our mission to provide an Enterprise-Grade NoSQL product. As always, we would love to get...

Blog/Technology/Product Update

Aerospike 3.8 Release

April 16, 2016

What’s New    Carrying on our quarterly release schedule, we are super excited to announce the release of Aerospike Server 3.8. This version builds on our core mission of Speed at Scale by providing a set of features that are well-alig...

Blog/Technology/Product Update

Spring Data for Aerospike

January 13, 2016

Spring is a common framework used in Enterprise Java applications. Spring hides the complexity of building an Enterprise Java application; it offers numerous helpful modules which abstract the technology details away from the developer s...

Blog/Technology/Product Update

The Inglorious DX

December 29, 2015

  User Experience (UX) is a key way for application developers to differentiate their products and ensure great adoption and stickiness. UX design-driven applications ultimately enhance the satisfaction of the end user, enabling a compe...


Aerospike 3.7.0 Release

December 14, 2015

We are super excited to announce the release of Aerospike 3.7.0. This builds on our core mission of Speed at Scale by providing a set of features that are well-aligned with this mission and enable building rich, context-aware application...


SilverPush Unifies People, Devices, and Data

March 18, 2015

As we move to an increasingly connected lifestyle around the world, it is important to understand and track how the same user may be connected via multiple devices such as mobile phone, desktop computer, even a television. Tracking an in...


In-Memory Computing at Aerospike Scale

March 17, 2015

When to Choose and How to Effectively Use JEMalloc When a customer’s business really starts gaining traction and their web traffic ramps up in production, they know to expect increased server resource load. But what do you do when memo...


Memcache users – Shift, don't Shard

August 17, 2014

Caching with Memcache Many developers, like those at Snapdeal, start with a relational database and find that performance is insufficient. The pressures of throughput and/or latency force them to use a caching solution like Memcache (aka...


Simplicity – the Secret to Scaling

August 18, 2013

“That’s been one of my mantras — focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move m...