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Redis Nabs $110 Million in VC Funding as Deployments Grow

Following the latest Series G round of funding in the amount of $110 million, NoSQL database vendor Redis Labs is worth more than $2 billion, the company announced today. That additional venture funding will help the com Read more…

Torch.AI Looks to Replace ‘Store and Reduce’ with Synaptic Mesh

Torch.AI, the profitable startup applying machine learning to analyze data “in-flight” via its proprietary synaptic mesh technology, announced its first funding round along with expansion plans. The Series A round Read more…

Stream Processing Is a Great Addition to Data Grid, Hazelcast Finds

In-memory data grids (IMDGs) historically have exceled in applications that require the fastest processing times and the lowest latencies. By adding a stream processing engine, called Jet, to its IMDG, Hazelcast is findi Read more…

Adaptability to Change Critical to Surviving Data Tsunami

As data continues to pile up, enterprises that maintain flexible approaches to managing and mining that data are the ones most likely to achieve competitive success, according to Gartner, which recently released its top Read more…

GridGain Expands Support for Apache Ignite

Enterprise support for Apache Ignite, the open source distributed database for in-memory computing applications, is being expanded for Ignite users. GridGain Systems, which transferred Ignite to the open source commun Read more…

Google Brings Kubernetes Operator for Spark to GCP

Those looking to run Apache Spark on clusters managed with Kubernetes will be interested in the new Spark operator for Kubernetes unveiled by Google today. The software, which is in beta, will be supported on the Google Read more…

Cisco Backs Data Startup Dremio

Dremio Corp., the startup launched by the creators of Apache Arrow development platform for in-memory data, continues to attract investors to its data platform. The three-year-old company based in Mountain View, Calif Read more…

Translytical Databases Hit the Ground Running

The push for operational analytics that seeks to eliminate the requirement for constantly moving data between storage and databases to support transaction and analytical workloads is fueling the growth of translytical da Read more…

In-Memory Database Goes ‘Translytical’

Database vendors continue to move computing and analytical processing closer to data as applications leverage more data types ranging from structured to those data sets that can be transformed to another data type, or po Read more…

Iguazio, the Anti-Hadoop, Goes GA

Iguazio's crusade against the Hadoop ecosystem's complexity and sluggish performance reached a milestone today when it announced the general availability of its unified data platform. The vendor also revealed that Grab, Read more…

Kinetica Gets $50M for Converged GPU Analytics

Kinetica's bold plan to build a converged real-time analytics platform that uses GPUs and in-memory techniques to power existing SQL queries alongside deep learning algorithms got a big boost today when it disclosed a $5 Read more…

GridGain Adds Persistent Store to In-Memory Platform

The steady shift to memory-intensive processing continues with the latest release of GridGain System's in-memory computing platform that seeks to leverage steady advances in memory and storage technologies within a "memo Read more…

Platform Incorporates Spark to Boost Collaboration

In-memory tools such as Apache Spark continue to mark inroads on predictive analytics platforms designed to allow data scientists and analysts to apply machine learning to large and diverse data sets. Among the goals is Read more…

Spark Gets In-Memory Boost

Apache Spark is getting an open source computing and storage boost with its integration with a widely used in-memory data platform. Hazelcast Inc. said Tuesday (Jan. 10) its in-memory data grid adds connector support Read more…

Microsoft SQL Server Supports Linux

Microsoft widened its embrace of the Linux kernel with a preview release this week of its next SQL Server, further extending its business analytics platform to run on open-source distributions. Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT Read more…

New Approach Seeks to Automate Parallel Programming

Artificial intelligence researchers are leveraging an emerging divide-and-conquer computing approach called "dynamic programming" to greatly accelerate the process of solving problems ranging from genomic analysis to cyb Read more…

SAP Debuts Free HANA Express Edition

SAP today unveiled a scaled-down version of HANA designed to let developers play around with the in-memory platform on a PC or a laptop. The software, which is free, gives developers access to all of HANA's analytic capa Read more…

Bridging the Gap between Insight and Action

In the past few years, IT leaders and C-level executives have associated ”big data” with looking at historical information with a fresh set of eyes. The concept has been to delve further into transactions retrospecti Read more…

Supercharging Apache Spark with Flash and NoSQL

Apache Spark has become the defacto standard computational engine in the big data world. But as an in-memory technology, Spark has limitations. One of the ways people are getting around those limitations is by pairing Sp Read more…

Meet Alluxio, the Distributed File System Formerly Known as Tachyon

Today marks the availability of Alluxio 1.0, the first major release of the memory-centric, virtual distributed file system formerly known as Tachyon. The graduate of UC Berkeley's AMPLab is already being used to manage Read more…

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