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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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Splice Machine, provider of a scalable SQL database, is releasing Splice Machine 3.0, introducing disaster recovery capabilities, enhanced SQL coverage, and more.

Posted January 15, 2020

Dynatrace, a software intelligence company, is collaborating with Google and Microsoft on the OpenTelemetry project to shape the future of open standards-based observability.

Posted January 14, 2020

To fit into modern analytics ecosystems, legacy data warehouses must evolve—both architecturally and technologically—to deliver the agility, scalability, and flexibility that business need to thrive in today's data-driven economy. Alongside new architectural approaches, a variety of technologies have emerged as key ingredients of modern data warehousing, from data virtualization and cloud services, to Hadoop and Spark, and machine learning and automation.

Posted January 09, 2020

There are many scripting languages out there, with the latest being Flux by InfluxData. Flux is a functional data scripting language designed to accommodate a wide array of data processing and analytical operations. DBTA recently held a webinar with Scott Anderson, technical writer, InfluxData, who discussed the origins of Flux, key concepts, basic Flux syntax and more.

Posted January 06, 2020

The big data space is constantly in flux. New and emerging technologies plan to disrupt reliable legacy solutions while others hope to work in harmony with tools in the market. What are the next explosive trends for 2020?

Posted January 03, 2020

Prior to 2008, whatever your database question, the answer was always, "Oracle"—or sometimes, "MySQL" or, "SQL Server." The relational database management system (RDBMS) model—really a triumvirate of technologies combining Codd's relational data model, the ACID transaction model, and the SQL language—dominated database management systems completely.

Posted December 18, 2019

The big data ecosystem has changed. No longer is it true that people just want to store massive quantities of data. Action is not only needed but must be taken to sustain the viability of an organization. While some say big data is dead, the concept isn't going anywhere. Instead, it is the notion of inaction on big data that is dead. In addition, the technologies that were built to store and process big data are not loved by the industry; they are merely tolerated and are often maligned. They have been difficult to put into production, to maintain, manage, and even find people with the skills to do all the work.

Posted December 16, 2019

Aerospike, a provider of real-time NoSQL data solutions, has announced the general availability of version 4.8. "Aerospike's unique, hardware-optimized NoSQL database platform unlocks ultra-fast runtime performance, unlike alternative solutions that are not as deeply integrated with the underlying hardware," said Srini Srinivasan, chief product officer and founder, Aerospike.

Posted December 11, 2019

Oracle OpenWorld, which has for many years been held in San Francisco during the month of September or October, is moving to Las Vegas. "Oracle is excited to offer a modern, state-of-the-art experience for attendees at Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2020 in Las Vegas," an Oracle spokesperson said in a written statement. "The city and its vast amenities are tailor-made for hosting large-scale events, and we look forward to bringing the industry's most comprehensive technology and developer conference to America's premier hospitality destination."

Posted December 11, 2019

Prior to 2008, whatever your database question, the answer was always,"Oracle"—or sometimes, "MySQL" or, "SQL Server." The relational database management system (RDBMS) model—really a triumvirate of technologies combining Codd's relational data model, the ACID transaction model, and the SQL language—dominated database management systems completely.

Posted December 09, 2019

MySQL can be the perfect answer for fast-growing, highly-performant and geographically-distributed database environments, but in order to function as a business-critical system with immediate response times, the ubiquitous database server needs a little help.

Posted December 02, 2019

As we stand at the start of a new year and on the precipice of a new decade—the 2020s, DBTA reached out to industry leaders for their perspectives on not only what's ahead in the year 2020 but also what they see developing as the next decade unfolds.

Posted December 01, 2019

Companies are constantly looking for ways to make solutions work better and smarter, accomplishing this by tracking the performance of each of the components underlying its solution. All this critical performance data has a time stamp and a value - also known as time series data.

Posted November 26, 2019

Confluent is unveiling ksqlDB, a new database built atop Kafka, reducing the complexity for developers looking to build real-world stream processing applications.

Posted November 25, 2019

Aerospike, a provider of a patented hardware-optimized NoSQL data platform for real-time transactional and AI/ML-based applications that require machine speed and machine scale, has added new funding to expand the company's geographic presence, develop additional data infrastructure integrations, and grow enterprise partnerships.

Posted November 19, 2019

Redgate is releasing a major upgrade for its popular tool, SQL Prompt, helping developers increase the speed and quality of their SQL coding and take advantage of the most recent improvements in SQL Server.

Posted November 11, 2019

Rockset, the serverless search and Analytics Company that enables real-time SQL on NoSQL data, is introducing the capability to build interactive, live Tableau dashboards on NoSQL data, without requiring users to write a single line of code.

Posted November 08, 2019

Despite the failed promises of the data lake, the concept retains some resonance in larger enterprises, and so MongoDB has chosen to leverage the term for one of its latest offerings. MongoDB's Atlas Data Lake bears only superficial similarity to Hadoop-powered data lakes. Nevertheless, it's a useful feature that stands to see significant uptake.

Posted October 31, 2019

The call for speakers is open for the seventh annual Data Summit conference, to be held in Boston, May 19-20, 2020, with pre-conference workshops on May 18. Data Summit focuses on both the business and technical aspects of data management and analysis and how it is transforming the business world.

Posted October 31, 2019

MarkLogic, provider of a NoSQL, multi-model database platform, announced that it has become one of the first independent software vendors to certify container images built on Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI). Red Hat certification on UBI makes it easier to deploy MarkLogic.

Posted October 22, 2019

Data continues to grow in volume, variety, and velocity, resulting in new data management technologies. Recently, Deepti Srivastava, product manager for Cloud Spanner at Google Cloud, discussed how database requirements are evolving and how Google's Cloud Spanner is advancing a relational-NoSQL-convergence approach by giving customers the combined benefits of relational database structure with non-relational horizontal scale.

Posted October 15, 2019

Rockset, the serverless search and analytics company that enables SQL on NoSQL data, is introducing the capability to analyze raw events from Apache Kafka in real time. Kafka, backed by Confluent, is a distributed streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events a day.

Posted September 30, 2019

Yugabyte, a provider of open source distributed SQL databases, is releasing Yugabyte DB 2.0, allowing organizations looking to transition away from monolithic RDBMS to have access to the most compelling distributed SQL databases on the market. Yugabyte DB 2.0 also includes best-in-class PostgreSQL compatibility, Jepsen testing for correctness, and Blitzz-based Oracle-to-Yugabyte live migration utilities.

Posted September 17, 2019

Each year, Big Data Quarterly presents the "Big Data 50," a list of forward-thinking companies that are working to expand what's possible in terms of capturing, storing, protecting, and deriving value from data.

Posted September 11, 2019

Redgate is releasing SQL Monitor 9.1, with new features including an expanded API to help fine-tune alerting through Microsoft PowerShell and a unique permissions function. These updates support tightened security and compliance by providing a drill-down view of who has access to monitored databases and servers, and their permissions level.

Posted September 05, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) requires scalable, high-performing databases to store the massive amounts of time series data collected from sensors.

Posted September 03, 2019

MongoDB 4.2 may seem like a grab bag of features, but all of the features represent useful additions to your MongoDB toolkit. Some features—the Atlas Data Lake, for instance—need significant enhancements to cover all conceivable use cases. Nevertheless, MongoDB 4.2 will be a useful upgrade and I'd expect it to be widely deployed.

Posted September 03, 2019

DigitalOcean, the cloud for developing modern apps, is introducing Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis, popular open source relational and in-memory databases, respectively. These offerings eliminate the complexity involved in managing, scaling, and securing database infrastructure, and instead allow developers to focus on building apps.

Posted August 29, 2019

Each year, Database Trends and Applications presents the Readers' Choice Awards, providing a unique opportunity to recognize companies whose products are selected by experts whose opinions carry more weight than any others—you, the readers. Here we present the top three vote-getters in each category. Congratulations to all and thanks to everyone who submitted nominations and voted!

Posted August 29, 2019

Rockset, a serverless search and analytics company, has announced the availability of real-time SQL on NoSQL data from Amazon DynamoDB. Hundreds of thousands of AWS customers have chosen DynamoDB as their key-value and document database for mobile, web, gaming, ad tech, Internet of Things (IoT) and other applications that need low-latency data access at any scale.

Posted August 20, 2019

Look to NoSQL for fast, highly scalable access to free-form data. This comes with a few costs, like consistency of reads and other safeguards common to SQL databases. But for many applications, those safeguards may well be worth trading for what NoSQL offers.

Posted August 14, 2019

Social media, the Internet of Things, demands for mobile access, and real-time insights are just some of the factors that have increased the pressure on organizations to change how data is managed. And as a result there have never been so many data management choices to deal with it all.

Posted August 14, 2019

The world's largest and most innovative businesses are turning to enterprise open source databases for mission-critical applications, with the most popular open source relational databases being MariaDB, MySQL, and Postgres.

Posted August 12, 2019

Cockroach Labs, provider of the distributed SQL database CockroachDB, is receiving $55 million in series C funding, enabling the company to further grow CockroachDB. The round is led by Altimeter Capital, Tiger Global, and existing investor GV, with participation from existing investors Benchmark, Index Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, FirstMark Capital, and Work-Bench, and brings Cockroach Labs' total funding to $108.5 million.

Posted August 06, 2019

Data Summit 2019 in Boston drew industry experts with deep knowledge spanning all areas of enterprise IT, including AI and machine learning, analytics, cloud, data warehousing, and software licensing who presented 3 days of thought-provoking sessions, keynotes, panel discussions, and hands-on workshops. Here are some key takeaways from the Data Summit 2019.

Posted July 25, 2019

MongoDB gained popularity with  developers very early on, but serious database engineers were often skeptical about MongoDB architecture and implementation.  One area that came under some criticism was cluster consistency.

Posted July 18, 2019

YugaByte, a provider of open source distributed SQL databases, announced that YugaByte DB is now 100% open source under the Apache 2.0 license, bringing previously commercial features into the open source core. The transition breaks the boundaries between YugaByte's Community and Enterprise editions by bringing previously commercial-only, closed-source features such as Distributed Backups, Data Encryption, and Read Replicas into the open source core project distributed under the permissive Apache 2.0 license.

Posted July 16, 2019

Collibra, the data intelligence company, is acquiring SQLdep, a leading SaaS provider of automated data lineage, empowering data citizens to uncover faster and deeper insights from data. SQLdep automates the discovery and visualization of technical data lineage and enables organizations to better capture context around data, understand data quality, support compliance initiatives, and increase trust.

Posted July 10, 2019

Timescale, the company behind the open-source time-series SQL database TimescaleDB, is releasing Timescale Cloud , an on-demand and managed cloud service that makes it easy to work with time-series and IoT data. Timescale Cloud is a multi-cloud time-series database service that runs on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

Posted June 27, 2019

DBTA's next Data Summit conference will be held May 19-20, 2020, with pre-conference workshops on Monday, May 18. The conference will return to the Hyatt Regency Boston.

Posted June 06, 2019

AtScale, the data warehouse virtualization company, is releasing AtScale 2019.1, featuring updates such as native multi-dimensional support for Microsoft Power BI, data warehouse platform support for Teradata and PostgreSQL, and more. Following recent innovations announced in Q1 2019, including AtScale's integration with Snowflake's cloud-built data warehouse, AtScale 2019.1 further enables enterprises to modernize operational analytics and business intelligence data across on-premise, hybrid-cloud, and multi-cloud deployments.

Posted June 06, 2019

Fivetran, which builds automated technology to help analysts replicate data into cloud warehouses, is revealing its new in-warehouse transformation product, Fivetran Transformations. Designed to bring simplified, fail-safe data transformations to Fivetran's automated data pipeline solution, the agile end-to-end tool enables data teams to execute SQL when new data arrives or on a schedule.

Posted June 03, 2019

Due to exponentially growing data stores, organizations today are facing slowdowns and bottlenecks at peak processing times, with queries taking hours or days. Some complex queries simply cannot be executed. Data often requires tedious and time-consuming preparation before queries can be run. David Leichner, CMO, SQream, demonstrated how the power of GPUs can help conquer these challenges with his presentation, "Accelerating Analytics in a New Era of Data," during Data Summit 2019.

Posted May 24, 2019

As Data Summit 2019 comes to a close, John O'Brien, principal advisor and CEO, Radiant Advisors, looked at lessons learned from this year's conference during his closing keynote. Companies are not lacking in technology options; in most cases, more advanced technologies exist than can be absorbed into the organization all at once.

Posted May 23, 2019

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