June 18, 2007

More on stream processing integration with disk-based DBMS

Mike Stonebraker wrote in with one “nit pick” about yesterday’s blog. I had credited Truviso for strong DBMS/stream processor integration. He shot back that StreamBase has Sleepycat integrated in-process. He further pointed out that a Sleepycat record lookup takes only 5 microseconds if the data is in cache. Assuming what he means is that it’s in Sleepycat’s cache, that would be tight integration indeed.

I wonder whether StreamBase will indefinitely rely on Sleepycat, which is of course now an Oracle product …


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