MemSQL is a distributed, in-memory, SQL database management system. It is a relational database management system (RDBMS). It compiles Structured Query Language (SQL) into machine code, via termed code generation. On April 23, 2013, MemSQL launched its first generally available version of the database to the public.
Topics discussed include differences between columnstore and rowstore engines, data ingestion, data sharding and query tuning, lastly memory and workload management.
Watch the replay at https://memsql.wistia.com/medias/4siccvlorm
This talk will go over a methodical approach for making a decision, dig into interesting tradeoffs, and give tips about what things to look for under the hood and how to evaluate the tech behind the database.