MapD tech open sources their Core Database
|Richard Harris in Open Source Tuesday, May 9, 2017|
Open source community gets new GPU-powered analytics company, MapD Technologies.
"MapD's decision to open source its Core database is significant, as it will further energize an already active GPU analytics community," said Jim McHugh, NVIDIA general manager of DGX Systems. "I expect this move by MapD will drive adoption, by enabling hundreds of thousands of GPU developers to experiment with database acceleration and build new GPU-accelerated application solutions."
For customers that need advanced features such as Distributed Architecture, High Availability, ODBC connectivity and 24/7 support, they are introducing an Enterprise Edition. This commercial edition also includes the their Immerse visualization client, a server-side graphics rendering engine for visualizing the results of SQL queries, as well as enterprise-grade warranties and support.
Core open source database - source code of the MapD Core database provided under the Apache 2 license.
Analytics Platform Enterprise Edition - comprising the Core database including Distributed and High Availability capabilities, GPU rendering engine, ODBC and LDAP features, and the MapD Immerse visualization client. Also included is a product warranty and enterprise support.
Analytics Platform Community Edition - offering a non-commercial and academic use license of Core database with rendering engine pre-installed, and Immerse visual client. Support will be provided via community forums.
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