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The four main categories of NoSQL or Not-Only SQL Database systems are gaining popularity for Big Data, Web and Specialized applications. Key-Value Stores enable the storage of unstructured or schemaless data, aligned as a key and actual data; Column-Family databases, store



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Realm, an independent mobile database, is releasing a new solution to the PostgresSQL platform that will let users connect to real-time data with mobile apps.Realm's new PostgreSQL Data Connector creates a simple two-way bridge between Postgres and the Realm Mobile Platform, effectively making Postgres real-time for mobile apps.

Posted March 21, 2017

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) has represented the voice of data technologists and professionals for more than 20 years, and we are excited about how our community continues to grow and focus on peer-to-peer education and know-how. With that focus we are excited for our premier yearly event: COLLABORATE 17 - IOUG Forum.

Posted March 17, 2017

There is just one event held each year that presents the full array of Oracle Applications and Technology education under one roof from three major Oracle users groups.

Posted March 17, 2017

SolarWinds, a provider of IT management software, has added capabilities for end-to-end hybrid IT management through updates to its Orion platform and related products.

Posted March 16, 2017

Three new e-learning courses have been introduced to help foster expertise in big data and analytics, fraud analytics, and credit risk modeling. The courses were developed by Big Data Quarterly columnist Bart Baesens, who is a professor at KU Leuven (Belgium), and a lecturer at the University of Southampton (United Kingdom). The courses are being offered in partnership with SAS, but do not focus on the software but, instead, on the general concepts and modeling steps.

Posted March 16, 2017

Data has been at or near the top of every enterprise agenda for more than a decade, and yet, research shows that more than 66% of Global 2000 senior executives are still dissatisfied with their data investments and capabilities, says Thornton May, CEO of FutureScapes Advisors, Inc., who will present the opening keynote at Data Summit 2017.

Posted March 14, 2017

Impetus Technologies, has announced StreamAnalytix 3.0, which adds support for Apache Spark-based batch processing and enriched online and offline machine learning features. The new capabilities are targeted at helping enterprises improve the performance of their analytical models and achieve more favorable business outcomes. StreamAnalytix 3.0 will be available under a beta program online by the end of April 2017.

Posted March 14, 2017

MongoDB has announced new capabilities for MongoDB Atlas that enable developers to migrate their data from any location to the company's database service with no downtime.

Posted March 07, 2017

Welcome to the inaugural MongoDB Matters column, which will appear six times a year in Database Trends and Applications. Over the past 8 years, we've seen a truly once-in-a-generation explosion of new database technologies which have challenged—if not overthrown—the dominance of the venerable relational database. Of all these upstart databases, MongoDB seemed to us to most deserve dedicated coverage because of its strong momentum and adoption.

Posted March 02, 2017

Registration is open and the program is available for review for DBTA's 2017 Data Summit conference, a unique event that brings together IT practitioners and business stakeholders alike. This year's conference will take place at the New York Hilton Midtown from Tuesday, May 16, to Wednesday, May 17, with preconference workshops on Monday, May 15.

Posted March 02, 2017

Stratoscale, which provides software-defined cloud infrastructure software, has acquired Cambridge, Mass.-based Tesora, a privately held database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider.

Posted February 22, 2017

It's time to submit nominations for the fourth annual Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards Program in which the winning information management solutions, products, and services are chosen by you—the people who actually use them.

Posted February 22, 2017

The desire to compete on analytics is driving the adoption of new technologies such as NoSQL and Hadoop to store and process large volumes of data. Jamie Morgan, senior solutions architect at HPE Security - Data Security, and Kevin Petrie, senior director and technology evangelist at Attunity, recently discussed key technologies and best practices for data integration, data quality, and data security during a DBTA roundtable webinar.

Posted February 21, 2017

NoSQL database platform provider Couchbase has updated its product suite to support easier global application deployments, and provide additional security capabilities and greater flexibility of deployment.

Posted February 16, 2017

EnterpriseDB has announced the general availability of the EDB Postgres Platform 2017. The EDB Postgres Platform is an integrated open source-based database management platform that combines database and integrated tools for managing structured and unstructured data.

Posted February 16, 2017

Data storage news and videos on products and research reports from Storage Stack: The IOUG Storage Systems Newsletter, an information resource prepared by Database Trends and Applications Magazine and published in cooperation with the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG).

Posted February 09, 2017

Innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics, and IoT, have had, and will continue to have, broad impact that we don't yet fully understand. Organizations that adopt these technologies will require new business models and processes. We will need to understand who our customers are and what they expect. The world of work as we know it today will continue to evolve at a faster pace—this is why adaptability and resilience are critical to a vibrant career.

Posted February 08, 2017

Redgate Software is releasing SQL Monitor v7, adding a reporting suite to the SQL Server monitoring tool. The new feature can instantly generate accurate, informative reports on the performance of SQL Servers using customizable as well as standard metrics, and is a direct response to the increasing need for Database Administrators (DBAs) to provide a range of reports across their entire SQL Server estate.

Posted February 07, 2017

As news of data breaches continues to grab headlines, data security is becoming a greater enterprise concern. However, at the same time, it is becoming clear that many organizations are actually doing things that make their data more vulnerable. Recently, Joe Pasqua, executive vice president of products at MarkLogic, provider of enterprise NoSQL database technology, discussed the ways organizations and their employees are unintentionally putting their data at greater risk—and the ways to address it.

Posted February 03, 2017

With all the talk about "big data" in the last few years, the conversation is now turning to: What can be built on this platform? It isn't just about the analytics—many people talk about data lakes, but in reality, organizations are looking beyond the data lake.

Posted February 03, 2017

IBM announced its second-quarter 2016 earnings results, and its cloud business continues to accelerate. Overall, revenue was $20.2 billion for the quarter, and "strategic imperatives"—which include cloud and data analytics—were $8.3 billion in the quarter, up 12% year to year. Cloud revenues (public, private and hybrid) for the quarter increased 30%. Cloud as-a-service revenues saw an annual run rate of $6.7 billion in the quarter, up 50% year to year.

Posted January 30, 2017

Pure Storage, a solid-state array vendor, announced that FlashBlade, the company's second product built for high-performance unstructured workloads, is now shipping in both 8.8TB and 52TB blade capacities with the Elasticity 1.2 software. FlashBlade was first announced in March 2016.

Posted January 30, 2017

The past year was a blockbuster one for those working in the data space. Businesses have wrapped their fates around data analytics in an even tighter embrace as competition intensifies and the drive for greater innovation becomes a top priority. The year ahead promises to get even more interesting, especially for data managers and professionals. Leading experts in the field have witnessed a number of data trends emerge in 2016, and now see new developments coming into view for 2017.

Posted January 25, 2017

With the rise of smartphones, laptops, sensors on machines, vehicles, and appliances, massive amounts of data are being generated, according to Balaji Thiagarajan, group vice president of big data at Oracle. For companies that can transform and manage it, he notes, data represents a huge opportunity as a source of competitive advantage and should be leveraged as such. Big data and cloud are two technologies driving dramatic transformations, and, says Thiagarajan, organizations must be ready to react and take advantage of important new trends and technologies to make sure that they come out ahead next year. Here, Thiagarajan shares 10 key predictions for big data in 2017.

Posted January 18, 2017

IBM broke the U.S. patent record with 8,088 patents granted to its inventors in 2016. IBM's 2016 patent output covers inventions in artificial intelligence and cognitive computing, cognitive health, cloud, cybersecurity and other strategic growth areas for the company.

Posted January 16, 2017

Hortonworks has forged an open source collaboration with Neustar, a provider of real-time information services, on security and identity management tools for IoT devices.

Posted January 11, 2017

The "big data" era is still very much upon us, ushering in an age of constantly evolving technologies and techniques. Many wonder whether the enterprise data warehouse(EDW) still has relevance in the industry, particularly since many new alternatives exceed the technical capabilities of the traditional EDW at a drastically reduced cost.

Posted January 04, 2017

Pitney Bowes has joined Hortonworks Partnerworks in the Modern Data Solutions (MDS) partner program. According to the vendors, location-based data, in particular, is becoming more important in how businesses understand their customers because it is one of the most consistent ways to link people, places, and things.

Posted January 04, 2017

Progress has announced the release of Progress DataDirect for Apache Cassandra, a series of connectors in its DataDirect enterprise data connectivity suite.

Posted January 03, 2017

Infosys, a provider of consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, and NoSQL database technology provider MongoDB have formed a global partnership designed to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation and application modernization initiatives.

Posted January 03, 2017

Crate.io is releasing CrateDB 1.0, an open source SQL database that enables real-time analytics for machine data applications. CrateDB makes machine data applications that were previously only possible using NoSQL solutions available to mainstream SQL developers.

Posted December 15, 2016

The past year has seen big data get bigger, complex systems get more complex, and cloudy systems get cloudier. The coming year guarantees more of the same. We wish all our readers a happy holiday season, and look forward to serving you in 2017!

Posted December 12, 2016

The many compromises demanded by our current plethora of database technologies make selecting a database system far harder than it ought to be. Whichever DBMS you choose, you are probably going to experience a "not-quite-right" solution.

Posted December 08, 2016

SnapLogic is receiving $40 million in Series F funding to hasten its reach around the globe and transform ways to integrate data, applications, and devices for digital business. The new round was led by European private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, with further investment from Andreessen Horowitz, Capital One, Ignition Partners, NextEquity Partners, and Triangle Peak Partners. This brings SnapLogic's funding to $136.3 million to date.

Posted December 07, 2016

It's been amusing to watch the NoSQL movement transition from a "We don't need no stinking SQL" attitude to a "Can I please have some SQL with that?" philosophy. The nonrelational databases that emerged over the past 8 years initially offered no SQL capabilities. However, today we have an embarrassment of SQL options for "NoSQL." Hive offers SQL for Hadoop systems, Spark has SparkSQL, MongoDB has a SQL-based BI connector, and so on.

Posted December 01, 2016

To shed light on the enterprise and technology issues IT professionals will be facing in 2017 as business or organizational leadership seeks strategies to leverage the "big data" phenomenon, the fourth annual edition of the Big Data Sourcebook is now available for download.

Posted December 01, 2016

What's ahead for 2017 in terms of big data and IoT? IT executives reflect on the impact that Spark, blockchain, data lakes, cognitive computing,AI and machine learning, and other cutting-edge approaches may have on data management and analytics over the year ahead.

Posted November 30, 2016

SUSE is acquiring OpenStack IaaS and Cloud Foundry PaaS Talent and Technology Assets from HPE. The agreement aims to accelerate SUSE's entry into the growing Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) market.

Posted November 30, 2016

VoltDB has partnered with Confluent and completed development and certification of its Sink Connector for Confluent Open Source, based on Apache Kafka, utilizing Kafka's Connect API.

Posted November 30, 2016

Mentis, an enterprise data security provider, announced a new release of its platform, designed to improve security in critical data stores such as unstructured data, data in the cloud, and data in mainframe databases. Mentis 8 includes data security solutions tackle sensitive data risk along the full information lifecycle.

Posted November 28, 2016

In the face of increasing costs, and the ever-growing need for better agility for maintaining SQL Server database environments, many IT departments are seeking ways to automate routine tasks and free up resources. To identify the key technologies and strategies being deployed by SQL Server sites, Unisphere Research just fielded a brand new survey in partnership with the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS).

Posted November 21, 2016

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