Running Stored Procedures on Distributed Systems with MemSQL 6
Announcements, Engineering, Product
Today we’re announcing the general availability of MemSQL 6. This is a big milestone for the product, which comes with
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Psyduck: The MemSQL Journey to Containers
Docker, Engineering
One of the main themes at DockerCon 2017 was the challenge of migrating legacy applications to containers. At MemSQL, we
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The Curious Case of Thread Group Identifiers
Engineering, Linux
At MemSQL, we are out to build awesome software and we’re always trying to solve hard problems. A few days ago, I unco
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Arrays – A Hidden Gem in MemSQL
Engineering, Product, SQL
Released this March, MemSQL 6 Beta 1 introduced MemSQL Procedural SQL (MPSQL). MPSQL supports the creation of: User-Defi
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ArcGIS, Spark & MemSQL Integration
Docker, Engineering, Geospatial, Spark
This is a guest post by Mansour Raad of Esri. We were fortunate to catch up with him at Strata+Hadoop World San Jose. Th
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Everything We’ve Known About Data Movement Has Been Wrong
Engineering, Real-time
Data movement remains a perennial obstacle in systems design. Many talented architects and engineers spend significant a
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MemSQL Opens New Office in Second Tech Hub: Seattle, WA
Company, Engineering
Behind the scenes of the world’s leading companies in finance, retail, media, and energy, sits MemSQL – the oper
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MemSQL Pipelines: Real-Time Data Ingestion with Exactly-Once Semantics
Engineering, Product
Today we launched MemSQL 5.5 featuring MemSQL Pipelines, a new way to achieve maximum performance for real-time data ing
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What is BPF and why is it taking over Linux Performance Analysis?
Engineering, Product
Performance analysis often gets bottlenecked by lack of visibility. At MemSQL, we architected our database to easily obs
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