SOURCE: MemSQL

MemSQL

November 29, 2016 12:00 ET

MemSQL Unveils Managed Cloud Service at AWS re:Invent

Latest offering addresses growing demand for real-time analytics on enterprise cloud data

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Nov 29, 2016) - MemSQL (www.memsql.com), provider of the fastest database platform for real-time analytics, today announced MemSQL Cloud, a fully managed service featuring a unified architecture for transactional, analytical, and streaming workloads. The pre-release version of the service is available for sign up today, with additional features to be rolled out in 2017.

MemSQL Unveils New Managed Cloud Service at AWS re:Invent - Click to Tweet

Gartner states that by 2018, more than 70% of new DBMS deployments will leverage cloud for at least one use case1. In today's fast-paced world, enterprises seek flexible, managed cloud services that meet traditional requirements -- such as security, interoperability, ACID compliance -- while simultaneously enabling rapid innovation with high speed, high volume data ingest and analytics. MemSQL Cloud provides an innovative solution for real-time analytics in the enterprise, satisfying critical data requirements including timeliness, accuracy, structure, and scale out. MemSQL Cloud also delivers a fully managed, one-click solution for Lambda architectures and Hybrid Transaction Analytical Processing (HTAP), enabling users to analyze real-time and historical data together in a single integrated system.

"With MemSQL Cloud, enterprises can easily double down on real-time investments in applications such as predictive analytics, machine learning, and IoT," said Eric Frenkiel, co-founder and CEO, MemSQL. "Every day global companies use MemSQL to adapt and learn in real time, setting the pace for their industries and distancing themselves from the pack." 

Pinterest deployed MemSQL in the cloud to understand user behavior in real time and deliver the ultimate personalized content. The previous solution required 24 hours for analytical queries to complete. With MemSQL, Pinterest processes 1 GB of data a day while performing analytics at sub-second speeds.

"At Pinterest, we use MemSQL to power our real-time analytics experiment dashboard, which manages hundreds of experiments every day," said Yu Yang, Software Engineer, Pinterest. "With MemSQL Cloud, we've found that engineers can focus on improving experiences for Pinners and less on operations work."

For more information, visit: https://engineering.pinterest.com/blog/monitoring-ab-experiments-real-time

Key features of MemSQL Cloud include:

  • Fastest Ingest to Insight - achieve millions of inserts per second with thousands of concurrent queries via patent-pending MemSQL Pipelines for native Kafka ingest and exactly-once semantics
  • Parallel S3 Extraction - maximize value of S3 data including JSON and geospatial formats
  • Rapid Time to Value - quickly provision, continuously monitor, automatically backup and update, and scale out new workloads
  • Robust Enterprise Security - stay secure with encryption, network access control through Amazon VPC, and Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

MemSQL also belongs to the AWS Advanced Technology Partner Network. 

Register for MemSQL Cloud today: http://memsql.com/cloud

Read more about the features of MemSQL Cloud: http://blog.memsql.com/cloud

Learn more about the team behind MemSQL Cloud: http://memsql.com/releases/derek-tan

Stop by MemSQL booth 2820 at AWS re:Invent for live demonstrations, hands-on tutorials with the team, and giveaways. More information: http://memsql.com/reinvent

About MemSQL

MemSQL delivers the leading database platform for real-time analytics. Global enterprises use MemSQL to achieve peak performance and optimize data efficiency. With the combined power of database, data warehouse, and streaming workloads in one system, MemSQL helps companies anticipate problems before they occur, turn insights into actions, and stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. Visit memsql.com or follow us @memsql.

1 Gartner "Market Guide for Database Platform as a Service" by: Donald Feinberg, Rick Greenwald, Adam Ronthal, Shubhangi Vashisth, 15 September 2016.

Contact Information