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  • Aerospike: The Database for the “Time is Money” set

    When a VC doubles down on an investment, one can assume two things:  first, that the company’s execution is exceeding the investor’s expectations, and second, that the opportunity is now even bigger. Aerospike, the in-memory NoSQL database company that today announced a $20M Series C round of financing, the availability of open-source licensing and a marquee customer relationship, squarely fits the bill. The company’s solid execution coupled with a rapidly growing market…

  • Elasticsearch: achieving the analytics dream

    Analytics infrastructure has never been easy. As enterprise investors, we know this all too well—as data is generated from various applications and stored across disparate systems and databases, the barriers to translating all that data into insights can be massive. The rapid growth of data volume, variety, and velocity has only sharpened this pain point, and it’s no secret that delivering on the promise of analytics has proven to be an extraordinary challenge. Data scientists…

  • Acquia: Transforming Digital Business by bringing together Content and Commerce

    Today, enterprises are faced with the reality that customers want to engage in an end-to-end, cohesive buying experience through the web, across devices and platforms. However, the conventional formula to date has been to build massive marketing operations to create content and equally massive commerce operations to manage transactions. This has created an ecosystem of confusing and fragmented digital experiences that perplexes customers and leads to lost revenue for companies. Acquia is the…

  • NEA Enterprise Summit:  Predictions for the Perfect Storm in Enterprise IT

    Today we welcome more than 100 technology leaders and visionaries to our NEA Enterprise Summit, bringing together some of our most promising enterprise technology companies—the future of enterprise software, computing, storage, and networking—with the CIOs and CTOs of some of the world’s largest corporations, cumulatively representing a stunning $900 billion in revenue and an estimated $50 billion of annual spend on technology. We have been hosting these types of events…

  • Why NGINX is the New Foundation for Modern Web Applications

    A striking consequence of today’s cloud-enabled, SaaS-based world has been the development of highly demanding websites. Modern consumer and enterprise applications must serve richer media, to more users, and at faster speeds than was imaginable just a few years ago. It’s no surprise that existing web infrastructure software (much of which was developed in the 1990s) is struggling to meet modern needs. Scalability is a central concern for developers, who are on the front lines…