December 16, 2008

Introduction to Clearpace

Clearpace is a UK-based startup in a similar market to what SAND Technology has gotten into – DBMS archiving, with a strong focus on compression and general cost-effectiveness. Clearpace launched its product NParchive a couple of quarters ago, and says it now has 25 people and $1 million or so in revenue. Clearpace NParchive technical highlights include:

According to Clearpace CEO John Bantleman, NParchive use cases include:

If I understood a couple of actual OEM stories correctly, we can also add to the list the archiving of transaction processing databases. Buzzphrases mentioned included information lifecycle management (ILM) and disaster recovery.

And then I coined a database archiving buzzphrase of my own …

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  1. The secret sauce to Clearpace’s compression | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on May 14th, 2009 1:51 am

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