August 27, 2012 – NoSQL database vendor Aerospike on Monday made a series of announcements, including the acquisition of vendor AlchemyDB and the appointment as an adviser of Don Haderle, a key researcher at IBM, working on its DB2 relational database management system.

No financial terms of the proposed deal for the hybrid relational database provider were announced, though the acquisition does bring on board AlchemyDB founder Russell Sullivan. Sullivan was previously an engineer at platform-as-a-service vendor Makara, which was bought out by RedHat, and a programmer at the National Institute of Health and Lycos Europe.

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