Splice Machine Named Finalist in Startup Showcase at Strata Conference 2013
Splice Machine to show off its Splice SQL Engine™ for Big Data apps at booth P19 in the Innovator’s Pavilion
San Francisco, CA – February 26, 2013 – Splice Machine, a San Francisco-based software company, will kick off Strata Conference 2013 with a bang after being chosen as one of 11 companies to participate in the event’s Startup Showcase. The event will take place this evening, February 26th, from 6-8pm in the Mission City Ballroom of the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Splice Machine, who will be exhibiting at booth P19 in the Innovator’s Pavilion throughout the conference, was selected to demonstrate its Splice SQL Engine™ at the Startup Showcase. A panel of 12 prominent judges will choose three winning companies based on technology, team and offering.
“We are honored to have been chosen as a finalist for the Startup Showcase, and thrilled to be amongst the industry’s thought leaders here at Strata,” said Monte Zweben, co-founder and CEO of Splice Machine. “There’s clear demand for the scalability of the Hadoop stack while leveraging the SQL skills and tools prevalent in the marketplace. We are excited to show the judging panel, as well as our peers, the Splice SQL Engine.”
O’Reilly’s Strata Conference takes place in Santa Clara, CA, February 26th – 28th, 2013 and offers three full days of keynotes, information-rich sessions, an expo hall with key players and products, and plenty of networking opportunities for decision makers using the power of big data to drive business strategy as well as the practitioners who collect, analyze, and manipulate the data.
To learn more about Splice Machine, meet us in the Innovator’s Pavilion at booth P19 or visit www.splicemachine.com.
About Splice Machine
Based in San Francisco, Splice Machine provides the ANSI SQL database designed for Big Data applications. The Splice SQL Engine™ provides all the benefits of NoSQL databases such as auto-sharding, scalability, fault tolerance and high availability, while retaining the strengths of the industry standard – SQL. It optimizes complex queries to power real-time Big Data apps and enable interactive analytics without rewriting existing SQL-based apps and front-end BI tools such as MicroStrategy® and Tableau®.