MemSQL Community Edition Hits Amazon and Microsoft Marketplace
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: MemSQL, provider of real time databases for transactions and analytics, launches its “Community Edition” on Amazon Web Service (AWS) Marketplace and Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This database provides direct access to users making it easier for anyone, from an enterprise architect to a developer to deploy a cloud instance to harness the in memory performance of MemSQL allowing more and more companies to participate in real time applications and analytics.
The interface provided by MemSQL is similar to that of SQL (Structured Query Language) interface, allowing users to immediately get started with advanced data analytics and provides full transactional and analytical features. The self-service access to MemSQL provides users the flexibility to build and scale applications in the cloud, utilizing the high performance and high volume capabilities of an in memory database to the fullest. MemSQL Community Edition provides unlimited capacity and scale. Users can also avail the feature of speed testing the database by running a 30-second database performance benchmark on MemSQL.
"Following the launch of MemSQL Community Edition, we are pleased to offer customers and partners complete deployment choices from on-premises to two of the world's leading cloud platforms, all with the functionality and performance they have come to expect from MemSQL," says Eric Frenkiel, co-founder and CEO of MemSQL.
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