We are very excited to announce that Aerospike Connect for Presto is out of beta and now generally available. The Presto connector enables business and data analysts to use ANSI SQL, which they are very comfortable with, to query data stored in Aerospike via Presto.
Aerospike is pleased to announce Aerospike 5.4, which will be available to customers in January of 2021.
To better understand current trends in data management, Unisphere Research, the research arm of Database Trends and Applications, conducted a survey, in partnership with Aerospike Corporation.
Every AI/ML project starts with the singular goal of creating the most accurate model within the shortest amount of time. However, that hope is quickly dashed as soon as you get around to building your training pipeline at scale to work with vast amounts of data.
In 1980 if someone passed a billboard, you didn’t know if the advertisement worked or not. Jump forward 40 years, and now digital advertising can be very precise, and that is great news for most businesses.
Today’s digital business environment requires vast amounts of data to be processed in real time to deliver an intelligent and positive experience for customers. This means real-time transactions against databases of 100’s of terabytes; and it all has to be available 24/7/365.
Aerospike is pleased to announce Aerospike 5.3, which will be available to customers in Q4 of 2020.
Aerospike is pleased to announce the general availability of Aerospike 5.2.
Let’s start with the basics. A database is an organized and systematic collection of data that can be stored and accessed electronically. A database management system (DBMS) is an integrated software package designed to allow users to access, manipulate, analyze, manage, and retrieve data in a database.
At Aerospike, we constantly utilize customer feedback to drive product improvements and the roadmap. Here are a few concerns that we hear from our customers that we have worked to solve.