MemSQL and 451 Research to Present on the Data Management of Things
MemSQL CMO, Gary Orenstein, and 451 Research Director, Matt Aslett, discuss how enterprises can prepare for the Internet of Things with modern data processing and analytics
San Francisco, CA - October 8, 2015 - MemSQL (www.memsql.com), the leader in real-time databases for transactions and analytics, is hosting a webcast with 451 Research titled, “Internet of Things and Multi-model Data Infrastructure” on Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. PT. The webcast will reveal how enterprises can tap into the Internet of Things to drive business value. It will also highlight methods for selecting data processing and analytics technologies to fit the evolving landscape of streaming data. To join the webcast, please visit: memsql.com/451-multi-model.
The webcast showcases ways companies can identify their own IoT opportunities in order to cut costs, maximize efficiencies, and support new business models. In addition, MemSQL and 451 Research will outline the Data Management of Things (DMoT), which explains how enterprises can concurrently process and ingest data from multiple sources in different formats.
“With the growing universe of connected devices and streaming data, the Data Management of Things is emerging as a critical capability, bringing with it new business opportunity for the enterprise,” said Eric Frenkiel, CEO and co-founder, MemSQL. “We partnered with 451 Research in this endeavor to give companies a clear-cut strategy for identifying new DMoT examples and ways to develop their data processing and analytics potential.”
To register for the webcast, please visit: memsql.com/451-multi-model.
MemSQL is the leader in real-time databases for transactions and analytics. As a purpose built database for instant access to real-time and historical data, MemSQL uses a familiar SQL interface and a horizontally scalable distributed architecture that runs on commodity hardware or in the cloud. Innovative enterprises use MemSQL to better predict and react to opportunities by extracting previously untapped value in their data to drive new revenue. MemSQL is deployed across hundreds of nodes in high velocity Big Data environments. Based in San Francisco, MemSQL is a Y Combinator company funded by prominent investors including Accel Partners, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital and Data Collective. Follow us @MemSQL or visit at www.memsql.com.
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