nosql

  • NoSQL Pioneer Basho Scores $25M To Attempt A Comeback

    NoSQL Pioneer Basho Scores $25M To Attempt A Comeback

    Basho was once a rising star in the NoSQL space, but over time other vendors began to move in, and it lost a step or two — then came a big turnover of key personnel last year. With the company ready to start anew, CEO Adam Wray says a new $25M cash infusion should help get Basho moving. Private equity firm Georgetown Partners, a previous investor, is supplying the Series G… Read More

  • FoundationDB And The New NoSQL

    FoundationDB And The New NoSQL

    Databases are the spine of the tech industry: unsung, invisible, but critical–and beyond disastrous when they break or are deformed. This makes database people cautious. For years, only the Big Three–Oracle, IBM’s DB2, and (maybe) SQL Server–were serious options. Then the open-source alternatives–MySQL, PostgreSQL–became viable. …And then, over the last… Read More

  • Couchbase Adds $60 Million As Big Data Demands Loom

    Couchbase Adds $60 Million As Big Data Demands Loom

    As the need for new computing infrastructure tools accelerates, thanks to the demands of distributed computing and the proliferation of mobile devices, startups focused on new data management and data processing technologies are raising big rounds to propel the next generation of computing. Couchbase, which has raised $60 million in new financing from new investors WestSummit and Accel… Read More

  • Orchestrate Replaces Multiple NoSQL Databases With A Single API

    The days when developers built their applications on a single database are long over. Many services today use a variety of databases – and especially NoSQL databases – to power the different aspects of their applications. That adds a lot of complexity, points of failure and cost. At the same time, developers are also getting accustomed to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) model, where… Read More

  • MemSQL Raises $35M Series B Led By Accel Partners

    MemSQL Raises $35M Series B Led By Accel Partners

    MemSQL, a big data startup that helps retrieve and analyze data real-time, has raised $35 million in Series B funding from Accel Partners and Khosla Ventures. The financing will be used to expand product development, offer support to a growing base of users and push aggressively for a bigger share of the big data market, which is expected to reach $32.4 billion by 2017. Apart from Accel… Read More

  • Garantia Has The Advantage Over AWS When It Comes To Redis, The Popular NoSQL Database

    Garantia Has The Advantage Over AWS When It Comes To Redis, The Popular NoSQL Database

    Last week, Garantia Data raised $9 million in a Series A round led by Bain Capital and Carmel Ventures. The company had previously raised $3.8 million in seed funding to fund its managed service for deploying and scaling Redis, the popular NoSQL in-memory database. The funding comes as Garantia prepares for AWS re:Invent, the conference in Las Vegas this week for the most powerful cloud… Read More

  • SkySQL Raises $20M To Support Open-Source Relational Database MariaDB

    SkySQL Raises $20M To Support Open-Source Relational Database MariaDB

    SkySQL has raised $20 million to deepen its support for MariaDB, the fast growing open-source relational database and the emerging database of choice for Wikipedia. The round was led by Intel Capital with participation from California Technology Ventures, Finnish Industry Investment, Open Ocean Capital and Spintop Private Partners. Until late this year, MariaDB had primarily been an… Read More

  • MongoDB Raises $150M For NoSQL Database Technology With Salesforce Joining As Investor

    MongoDB Raises $150M For NoSQL Database Technology With Salesforce Joining As Investor

    MongoDB has raised $150 million from T. Rowe Price Associates with new investors Altimeter Capital and Salesforce.com. Existing investors Intel Capital, NEA, Red Hat and Sequoia Capital also participated in the round. MongoDB has raised $231 million since the founders started the company in 2007. Read More

  • Couchbase Raises $25M To Further Develop NoSQL Database And Expand Into International Markets

    Couchbase Raises $25M To Further Develop NoSQL Database And Expand Into International Markets

    NoSQL database company Couchbase has raised $25 million to build new enterprise features and expand primarily into India, China and South America. The Series D round was led by Adams Street Partners and joined by existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners, and Ignition Partners. To date, the company has raised $56 million. Read More