Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Split

By Jack M. GermainJul 21, 2016 1:38 PM PT Splice Machine this week announced it has open sourced its Spark-powered relational SQL database system. The company has set up a cloud-based sandbox for developers to put its new open source Splice Machine 2.0 Community Edition to the test. The company also announced the release of a cluster version and the launch of a developer community site. Splice Machine is a relational database management system, or RDBMS, designed for high-speed performance. The version 2.0 release integrates Apache Spark — a fast, open source engine for large-scale data processing — into its existing Hadoop-based architecture. The result is a flexible hybrid database that enables businesses to handle OLAP and OLTP workloads simultaneously. The Splice Machine V2.0 sandbox, which is powered by Amazon…


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