This week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have.
Data virtualization contender Dremio raises $70M in Series C funding and says it’s hiring across the company. Aerospike launches its new cloud offering. Socially distanced or not, these data companies aren’t slowing down.
The Aerospike next-generation NoSQL database is powered by a patented Hybrid Memory Architecture (HMA) that’s proven in enterprises worldwide to fully leverage the power of modern hardware for hyperscale data-driven applications.
Aerospike, a provider of next-generation, real-time NoSQL data solutions, has announced the debut of Aerospike Cloud to enable customers to build, manage and automate their own Aerospike database-as-a-service (DBaaS).
Organizations that want the benefit of a high-performance NoSQL database but don’t want to spend a lot of time managing it may want to check out the new Aerospike Cloud, which features a Kubernetes operator and other cloud components from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
As retail migrated online, physical stores were projected into the virtual world. But the customer experience in stores must mirror that frictionless world.
The trio of retailer-VC-landlord is emerging as a new model as landlords take a more active role in who their tenants are and how they will survive.
Regardless of the endeavor, if you just do the same thing that has been done by the companies built by your grandparents, you’re not going to create a new future. Follow your own path.
According to Gartner, 85% of big data initiatives end in failure. In 2020, organizations are out of budget and operational runway, and need to start executing and getting the big data recipe right.
Ensures every single write is confirmed in mission-critical NoSQL applications at machine speed and scale.