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Rick Negrin

Rick Negrin

The Need for Operational Analytics
Analytics, Financial Services, Gartner, Kafka, Spark
The proliferation of streaming analytics and instant decisions to power dynamic applications, as well as the rise of pre
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Pre-Modern Databases: OLTP, OLAP, and NoSQL
Analytics, NoSQL
In this blog post, the first in a two-part series, I’m going to describe pre-modern databases: traditional relational
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Selecting the Right Database for Your Scale Demands
Capacity Planning
Scaling distributed systems is hard. Scaling a distributed database is really hard. Databases are particularly hard to s
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A New Toolset for Managing and Monitoring MemSQL
MemSQL 6.7
Today, we introduced a new toolset for MemSQL that makes it easier to deploy, manage, troubleshoot, and monitor MemSQL.
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Announcing MemSQL 6.7: The No-Limits Database Gets Even Faster, Easier, and Now Free to Use
MemSQL 6.7
Today, we announced the general availability of MemSQL 6.7. This latest release introduces features that provide faster
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Announcing MemSQL 6.5
Announcements, MemSQL 6.5, Product
The World’s Fastest Database Just Got Faster At MemSQL, we’re on a mission to create the world’s best database. On
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Implementing a Scalable Multi-tenant Service
Announcements, Database, MemSQL 6.5, Multitenant, Product
Many organizations find they need to support a database-as-a-service workload. This is a model where multiple organizati
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Thank You for Your Help NoSQL, but We Got It from Here
Hadoop, NoSQL, SQL
It’s time for us to admit what we have all known is true for a long time: NoSQL is the wrong tool for many of the mode
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Full-Text Search in MemSQL
Announcements, Engineering, Product
Today, we are sharing that MemSQL now has Full-Text Search, a highly requested feature, built into the product. Thanks t
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Rick Negrin
Rick Negrin
Rick runs the Product Management team at MemSQL, and worked 12 years at Microsoft mostly on the SQL Server team.
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