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MemSQL Achieves AWS Big Data Competency Status

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “MemSQL, provider of the fastest real-time data warehouse, today announced that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Big Data Competency status. This designation recognizes that MemSQL has demonstrated success helping customers evaluate and use the tools, techniques, and technologies of working with data productively, at any scale successfully achieving their big data goals on AWS. Achieving the AWS Big Data Competency differentiates MemSQL as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that possesses deep domain expertise in data management, having developed innovative technology and solutions that leverage AWS services. To receive the designation, APN Partners must possess deep AWS expertise and deliver solutions seamlessly on AWS. ‘AWS is widely used by our customers and many companies globally,’ said Nikita Shamgunov, CEO and Co-Founder of MemSQL. ‘As part of the AWS Partner Network, all of our current and future customers can ensure MemSQL is the right choice to empower real-time applications’.”

The release goes on, “MemSQL provides an adaptable database for real-time applications that benefit from transactions and analytics in a single high-performance offering. Our distributed solution uses scalable SQL to enable real-time analytics for modern applications. AWS is enabling scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from startups to global enterprises. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify Consulting and Technology APN Partners with deep industry experience and expertise. MemSQL customers utilizing the integration with AWS include Kellogg, Appsflyer, Tapjoy, and others.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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