Earlier this year we posted Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory data in our review of the Supermicro SuperServer 1029U-TN10RT platform.
In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Brian Bulkowski, founder of Aerospike, joins Chip Chat to talk about how Aerospike is facilitating a new class of databases for Internet-scale customers.
Aerospike, developer of an enterprise-grade NoSQL database, has introduced a new suite of consulting services and a virtual and on-site training program—Aerospike Academy.
Aerospike Inc., developer of a leading enterprise-grade NoSQL database, today announced the launch of Aerospike Client Services, including a new suite of Consulting Services and a new highly innovative virtual and on-site training program — Aerospike Academy.
DriveScale and Aerospike Composable Infrastructure Solution Fundamentally Changes the Way Real-Time Analytic Workloads are Designed, Deployed, Managed and Consumed
What technology must be part of your tool kit today, what technology has the greatest potential this year, and where are analytics and data management headed? Aerospike CEO John Dillon shares his perspective.
First Impression and A Little Story When Trying Aerospike in Kurio
Scale is the eye of the beholder. You might think your cluster is a powerful beast, but it likely pales in comparison to the system built by the folks at The Trade Desk, which spends $90 million year on hardware and broke Rack Space’s cloud. Twice.
Aerospike integrates with Kafka and Spark. ThoughtSpot integrates with Alteryx . Alteryx integrates with H20. And it’s all for AI.
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.”