Rockset, a real-time database built for the cloud, is ushering in new growth with several industry partnerships and continued product innovation.
The company is entering several new partnerships and implementing technology integrations, including adding DynamoDB to search and analyze database change streams, Apache Kafka to analyze raw events in real time, and Tableau to visualize live data from a variety of sources.
Rockset is making enhancements to the product, including the introduction of new instance types to support customer demands for a broader range of price-performance options, the addition of several new dashboard integrations, such as Apache Superset and Grafana, and enhancements to its extremely popular Node.js and Python client SDKs for developers.
“The past year was transformative for Rockset and the industry as a whole,” said Venkat Venkataramani, co-founder and CEO of Rockset. “Data teams have been let down by expensive, clunky systems from the past era of on-premises data stacks that fail to deliver the performance and scalability demanded by real-time analytics. We’re on a mission to simplify and solve this very problem, and we will continue to focus on empowering our users to go from raw event streams to applications and live dashboards in minutes."
Currently in use by global brands, such as Intel and Deloitte, as well as fast growing start-ups such as Standard Cognition and Full Creative, Rockset has proven to be a critical piece of the stack for building powerful event-driven applications.
Rockset is built by the team behind RocksDB and backed by Greylock Partners and Sequoia Capital.
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