Aerospike: Thanks for that $20m, VCs ... next we'll OPEN SOURCE our NoSQL database
Aerospike, a NoSQL startup that has garnered a fair number of advertising industry customers thanks to its in-memory technology, has raised $20 million in a series C round and is open sourcing its database under the same license used by MongoDB.
MongoDB users can now record and replay traffic and requests using Flashback, an open-source tool announced by Parse at MongoDB World in New York City.
Flashback is a MongoDB benchmark framework that allows developers to gauge database performance by benchmarking queries. Flashback records the real traffic to the database and replays operations with different strategies. The framework’s scripts fall into one of two categories: recording ops during a particular timeframe, or replaying the recorded ops.