Rockset Reimagines Data-Driven Applications in the Cloud

According to a recent press release, “Rockset, the serverless search and analytics company, today formally launched and unveiled the industry’s first cloud service that runs SQL directly on raw data. Rockset offers developers and data scientists the shortest path from data to applications. The company was founded by engineers who built the online data and search infrastructure that supported Facebook’s growth from 40 million to 1.5 billion users. They experienced the challenges of building data products first hand and subsequently set out to simplify data-driven applications… ‘Everyone is collecting more data today, but it is still incredibly difficult to go from useful data to useful apps,’ said Venkat Venkataramani, co-founder and CEO of Rockset. ‘Typical data infrastructures have pipelines resembling Rube Goldberg machines, with a series of specialized tools and databases stitched together. We built Rockset to empower developers and data scientists to go from any raw data, residing anywhere, to apps and live dashboards in a matter of minutes’.”

The release goes on, “Data-driven applications are quickly becoming the new normal, from personalized portals to connected devices. But they consume different types of data from different sources. Traditional SQL databases cannot handle the fluid shape or scale of streaming machine-generated data, while NoSQL systems do not support complex queries. As a result, software teams have been forced to use a variety of tools for storing, processing, and serving data, resulting in complex data pipelines that are hard to build and use. Rockset eliminates that complexity with a single easy-to-use service that enables data-driven apps without pipelines.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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