One way to scale your Web applications is to use more servers, as well as add more CPU and memory. Yet, retrieving data from a database remains the most difficult bottleneck to solve on the way to scale. Forrester claims that 60 to 90% of database performance issues are related to the use of SQL.
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Leverage a 250+ Strong Team with Proven Track Record
Altoros has played an important role in accelerating release cycles and reducing total cost of scale-out solutions for a number of technology companies:
- Couchbase (ex-NorthScale, funded by Accel Partners and North Bridge Venture Partners)
- PodClass.com (funded by Facebook Fund fbFund)
- MoVoxx (funded by Khosla Ventures, Greycroft Partners, First Round Capital, and BV Capital)
- QuinStreet (funded by Matrix Partners, Split Rock Partners, and Sutter Hill Ventures)
By partnering with Altoros, your company can leverage expert engineers who specialize in design and deployment of directly-addressed, NoSQL, “key-value” cache systems (Memcached, Project Voldemort, Cassandra, and Hadoop) to reduce the number of queries and improve overall application performance.
- 10+ expert Couchbase developers and active contributors to Memcached and Membase/Couchbase
- 250+ strong, full-time team across 8 locations (California, Massachusetts, Norway, Denmark, UK, Switzerland, Argentina, and Eastern Europe)
- The team consists mostly of Team Leads and Senior Software developers with a documented low turnover rate
- “Owner-like” responsibility to “productize” your scale-out initiative
- Ready to work under aggressive deadlines
- Keep only “high-performers” by making firing decisions with 5 key performance metrics
Since 2012, Altoros regularly benchmarks performance and evaluates architectures of NoSQL data stores. Published by NetworkWorld and other industry magazines, these benchmarks help software architects and DBAs to find performance bottlenecks and fine-tune their NoSQL-based systems. The latest study: “The NoSQL Tech Comparison Report: Cassandra, MongoDB, and Couchbase” (Sep 2014).