The thing I love most about InfiniDB is that it enables customers to tackle whole new classes of problems that would otherwise go unsolved if limited to other existing solutions and legacy business models. I experienced this firsthand for myself at my prior company - we wanted to build an application that dealt with more data in a less aggregated form than had ever done before in the industry...
In recent days, much has been reported about the "Heartbleed" bug (CVE-2014-0160) - a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic library that permits information normally protected by SSL/TLS encription over the Internet for applications such as email and instant messaging, to be stolen.
Today we are excited to release a new benchmark that looks at the performance comparison of leading open-source SQL-on-Hadoop query engines. - See more at: http://infinidb.co/blog/open-source-sql-hadoop-query-engines-benchmark#sthash.56oZlnZw.dpuf
Today at the Percona Live: MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, InfiniDB released the fastest and most interoperable version of its fourth generation columnar data platform. The updates and enhancements are aimed at higher query performance, faster data loading for HDFS, expanding the scope of its Apache Scoop integration and ETL support, and enabling better distributed access for third party tools.