Company Overview of Splice Machine, Inc.
Splice Machine, Inc. develops SQL databases for data applications. It offers Splice Machine, which delivers real-time SQL-on-Hadoop database that is used to access big data without rewriting existing SQL-based applications or business intelligence tools. The company supports the implementation and maintenance, as well as assists with integration with existing system and tools; and analyze data infrastructure. It offers solutions for web, mobile, e-commerce, financial services, telecommunications, and healthcare. The company is based in San Francisco, California.
182 2nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Key Executives for Splice Machine, Inc.
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder and Vice President of Products and Operations
Vice President of Product Management
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Splice Machine, Inc. Key Developments
Splice Machine, Inc. Announces Appointments to Advisory Board
Aug 26 14
Splice Machine, announced its initial Board of Advisors Roger Bamford, Mike Franklin, Marie-Anne Neimat and Ken Rudin. Franklin will advise Splice Machine on its product roadmap and go-to-market strategy. Roger Bamford is a database luminary and until recently, the Principal Architect of Server Technologies at Oracle. He was responsible for many software innovations relating to the architecture and performance of relational databases at Oracle. Michael Franklin is Director of the UC Berkeley AMPLab, where the open-source data analytics cluster computing framework, Apache Spark, was created. Marie-Anne Neimat co-founded TimesTen, Inc. Ken Rudin served as VP and General Manager of Siebel CRM OnDemand Division & VP of Marketing, Siebel Analytics.
Splice Machine Launches Limited Product Release
Oct 23 13
Splice Machine announced that it has launched its Limited Release program. As part of the program, the company is seeking 50 evaluators to validate authentic use cases, test SQL coverage and benchmark performance, prior to releasing the product for general availability. The company is currently being tested by its charter customers as a replacement for their Oracle, MySQL, or PostgreSQL databases. It is being used as the platform for real-time applications for customers in the consumer marketing, eCommerce, SaaS, and energy trading industries. Initial results have shown a 10x increase in price/performance, through a 30-50% decrease in response times on significantly less expensive hardware. The company is looking to work with organizations that have one or more of the following situations: An existing Oracle, IBM DB2, MySQL or PostgreSQL database that is not scaling or is too expensive. A Hadoop deployment that needs real-time SQL to unlock the data for data scientists. Are considering NoSQL solutions for scale out but would benefit from leveraging their existing SQL people, tools and applications.
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