Mountain View, Calif., April 11, 2019 – Aerospike Inc., the developer of the world’s leading enterprise-grade, non-relational NoSQL database, today announced strong business momentum in the first quarter of 2019. Aerospike has also hired three experienced technology executives to join its leadership team. Lenley Hensarling joins Aerospike as Chief Strategy Officer, Bill Odell, as Chief …
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According to a new press release, “Aerospike Inc., the developer of the world’s most trusted and reliable enterprise-grade, non-relational NoSQL database, today launched the Aerospike Connect family of add-on modules, as well as a new REST API, to make it even easier to integrate the Aerospike Database into both new and existing enterprise infrastructure systems.”
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Aerospike Inc. today launched the Aerospike Connect family of add-on modules, as well as a new REST API, to make it even easier to integrate the Aerospike Database into both new and existing enterprise infrastructure systems.