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Making Transactional SQL on HBase Scale  /  8.22.18 

If you haven't tried building a scalable, relational database that can run mixed transactional and analytical workloads, the Splice Machine team has a word of advice: it's hard. At HBaseCon 2018, Splice Machine co-founder and CEO, Monte Zweben, took the audience through the company's journey in scaling...

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Splice Machine Co-Founders Featured on HBaseCon 2018 Agenda  /  6.18.18 

CEO Monte Zweben discusses real-world implementations of HBase at petabyte scale, while CTO John Leach introduces columnar storage for HBase to enable analytical workloads Splice Machine is excited to be a part of HBaseCon 2018, taking place in San Jose on June 18, 2018, as part of the DataWorks Summit,...

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Learn about the Latest Developments in HBase with Splice Machine at HBaseCon East 2016  /  9.19.16 

Join Splice Machine at the HBaseCon East 2016 Meetup on Monday September 26, 2016 from 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm as we prep for Strata + Hadoop World NYC along with the rest of the Big Data community. Google and Bloomberg are co-hosting this meetup for the Apache HBase™ community to meet and discuss the...

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HBaseCon 2016: What would you like to see as HBase continues to evolve?  /  4.29.16 

Apache HBase is the NoSQL database in the Hadoop ecosystem that powers major websites and apps such as Spotify, Netflix, LinkedIn and Facebook's messenger. A distributed, highly scalable, big data store, HBase allows you to perform real-time read/writes to individual records in the Hadoop Distributed...

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Apache HBase: Why We Use It and Believe In It  /  9.17.15 

  What is HBase? Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, non-relational database modeled after Google’s Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data. HBase supports random, real-time read/write access with a goal of hosting very large tables atop clusters...

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Apache Derby: Why and How Splice Machine Uses It  /  9.15.15 

  Why do we use Apache Derby? With over 15 years of development, Apache Derby is a Java-based SQL database. Splice Machine chose Derby because it is a full-featured ANSI SQL database, lightweight (<3MB) and embeds nicely into the HBase/Hadoop stack.  Apache Derby is an open-sourced...

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Going to HBaseCon? Come Talk to Splice Machine  /  5.2.14 

The Splice Machine team is returning to HBaseCon this year and wants to meet with you! We are huge advocates of the power of HBase and have utilized it as the distributed computing engine for our database. It’s a key component of our Hadoop RDBMS because of its proven auto-sharding, replication, and...

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Splice Machine Limited Release: Where Are We Now?  /  11.22.13 

It’s been a month since we announced our Limited Release program asking for 50 evaluators. We have a very strong response by companies interested in trying our real-time transactional SQL-on-Hadoop database. A lot of movement has taken place around Splice Machine and we’re happy to fill you on...

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What Sessions Are You Looking Forward to at HBaseCon?  /  6.11.13 

Are you going to HBaseCon on Thursday at the San Francisco Marquis? Members of the Splice Machine team will be there as well, attending sessions and talking with other HBase developers. In advance of the conference, we wanted to know what sessions are you most interested in attending? At Splice, we’re...

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Come Talk with Splice Machine at HBaseCon, June 13  /  5.24.13 

Members of the Splice Machine team will be at HBaseCon at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis on Thursday, June 13, 2013. We’ll be attending sessions and talking with other HBase developers and users. We’re big believers in the power of HBase and we leverage and extend it in our Splice SQL Engine™. If...

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