In the News

Companies are looking to get the most out of their myriad data streams, making applications and analytics a hot topic at all levels of an organization, across a variety of industries. As a part of the next generation of database solutions and a leader in Big Data innovation, Splice Machine is being talked about by technology and industry publications.

New Partnership Marries Relational Database Querying, Services With Full Text Search  /  10.14.14

Singular Hadoop RDBMS provider Splice Machine and LucidWorks have entered into a partnership that enables the former’s customers to access and analyze their unstructured data via LucidWorks Search.

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Big World, Big Data: The Modern Day Impact on Traditional Industries  /  9.22.14

While Big Data has received a lot of attention over the last three years, the “Data” part has been a key component for leading companies for much, much longer. The “Big” part is only possible now because tools like Hadoop that store, access, and analyze massive volumes of data have emerged from

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Ventana Research Announces Technology Leadership Award Winners for 2014  /  9.18.14

Ventana Research today announced the 27 winners of the 2014 Technology Leadership Awards. These Awards, presented annually, identify business and IT leaders who are using technologies and applying best practices to provide the best possible outcomes in productivity, performance and support of an organization’s

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On the Radar: Splice Machine  /  9.17.14

New applications in segments such as digital media are creating demand for online transaction processing that leverages the distributed, scale-out architectures of Internet data centers. Splice Machine is vying for Oracle, MySQL, and Postgres database customers who require a platform supporting fully

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Splice Machine Nears GA with Hadoop-based Operational RDBMS  /  9.12.14

Database upstart Splice Machine is is on the brink of announcing the general availability of its eponymous Hadoop-based relational database. While this might sound like a contradiction in terms today, it could be a landmark moment for next-generation database architecture.

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