October 22, 2008

Update on Aster Data Systems and nCluster

I spent a few hours at Aster Data on my West Coast swing last week, which has now officially put out Version 3 of nCluster. Highlights included:

In other news, Aster has picked up a second well-known customer, because Akamai is acquiring Aster customer Acerno.


3 Responses to “Update on Aster Data Systems and nCluster”

  1. Aniruddha Mitra on November 13th, 2008 12:12 pm

    I had the oppertunity to attain a joint meeting with AsterData. My feeling was they are ready, and have some extremely smart people. I have not yeat got the RDBMS software in house to play with, but with at least one prospective joint customer on line, and the report I get from the field, I am pretty sure that they are going to stay for a long time. Their mapreduce functionality is pretty rich.

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