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MemSQL at the AMP Lab
Company, Engineering
Please join us next week as two members of the MemSQL engineering team present at the AMPLab at Berkeley on Wednesday Ma
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Load Files from Amazon S3 and HDFS with the MemSQL Loader
Company, Engineering
One of the most common tasks with any database is loading large amounts of data into it from an external data store. Bot
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Cache is the new RAM
Engineering, Thought Leadership
One of the (few) advantages of being in technology for a long time is that you get to see multiple tech cycles beginning
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MemSQL and Cisco Work Together to Make Real-Time Performance on Hadoop a Reality
Engineering, Product
While Hadoop is great for storing large volumes of data, it’s too slow for building real-time applications. However, o
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MemSQL Does Oracle’s Own Demo Ten Times As Fast, Sixty Times Cheaper
Engineering, In Memory Database, Industry, Product, Real-time
In preparation for Open World, I asked some of our engineers to recreate a demo that Oracle has been using over the las
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The Internet of Furbies
Company, Engineering, Thought Leadership
At MemSQL engineering there are few things we love as much as building great products. One, however, is a good laugh. Th
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Seven Databases in Seven Weeks: MemSQL at CMU
Engineering, Product
Last week I gave a presentation as part of the “Seven Databases in Seven Weeks” seminar series designed to
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The Auto Macro: A Clean Approach to C++ Error Handling
Engineering
Every professional C++ engineer sooner or later asks herself a question: “How do I write exception safe code?” The p
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Running MemSQL’s 107 Node Test Infrastructure on CoreOS
Engineering, Thought Leadership
At a recent CoreOS meetup, I gave a presentation on the design and implementation of Psyduck, which is the name for MemS
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MemSQL Helios eclipse
Introducing
MemSQL Helios
The World’s Fastest Cloud Database