Aerospike[1] is a Mountain View, California based company, founded in 2009 as Citrusleaf.[1][2] It was renamed to Aerospike in August 2012.[3] It is a database technology company founded by database and networking industry veterans. The company's NoSQL data storage and management system, Citrusleaf V2.0, now known as Aerospike database is in production use powering user data storage solutions for real-time bidding for digital advertising and will extend its solution for additional mission-critical and high performance environments including the financial services, government and healthcare industries. Aerospike is privately-held, and is funded by Alsop Louie Partners, Kalpathi Investments and Draper Associates.[4]

It closed its Series B Funding in August 2012. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from existing investors Draper Associates and Alsop Louie Partners. In conjunction with the Series B financing, Rohini Chakravarthy, NEA partner, joined Aerospike’s board of directors. Additionally, Don Haderle, the father of IBM DB2, joined as an advisor. Led Bruce Fram, CEO, the company offers a real-time NoSQL database and key-value store that delivers high performance for mission-critical, Web-scale applications. Customers include adMarketplace, AppNexus, eXelate, Sony’s So-net, and The Trade Desk.[5][6]


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