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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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With more than 300 nominees across 31 categories, the DBTA Readers' Choice Awards are unique in that the winning products and services are chosen by you—the people who actually use them. You can vote for as many or as few of the nominees as you choose. Vote today!

Posted April 15, 2014

Kelly Stirman, director of product marketing at MongoDB, emphasized simplicity, reliability, and security in a recent conversation about the new capabilities of MongoDB 2.6. "Don't let the 2.6 fool you. It is absolutely the biggest release we have ever done."

Posted April 08, 2014

The theme for COLLABORATE 14-IOUG Forum is "Become Your Office Superhero," because, while you may look like a mild mannered technical resource in meetings or at your desk, you fight a daily battle to protect your organization's data, improve performance and generate new business opportunities. COLLABORATE is your chance to recharge your superpowers and to take on new skills.

Posted April 02, 2014

Be sure to nominate your favorite vendors' products now. The nominating process for the Database Trends and Applications' Readers' Choice Awards is well underway, and will conclude on Friday, March 28, 2014.

Posted March 26, 2014

You have until April 11 to take advantage of special pricing for DBTA's Data Summit, which will take place at the New York Hilton Midtown, from May 12 to May 14. Providing an intensive 2-day immersion into critical technologies for becoming a data-driven enterprise, IT practitioners and business stakeholders alike will benefit from Data Summit.

Posted March 26, 2014

Today, businesses are ending up with more and more critical dependency on their data infrastructure. If underlying database systems are not available, manufacturing floors cannot operate, stock exchanges cannot trade, retail stores cannot sell, banks cannot serve customers, mobile phone users cannot place calls, stadiums cannot host sports games, gyms cannot verify their subscribers' identity. Here is a look at some of the trends and how they are going to impact data management professionals.

Posted March 26, 2014

With recent announcements, including the 11.2 release of its business information platform and a formalized partnership with Cloudera, Logi Analytics is expanding its big data analytics capabilities.

Posted March 25, 2014

Data Summit will take place at the New York Hilton Midtown, from May 12 to May 14. The advance program is now available and registration is open with a special early bird registration rate when you register before April 11, 2014.

Posted March 12, 2014

To recognize the best information management solutions in the marketplace, Database Trends and Applications has launched the DBTA Readers' Choice Awards, a program in which the winners will be selected by the experts whose opinions count above all others - you. The nominations period will conclude on March 28, 2014, and voting will begin on April 11.

Posted March 12, 2014

The newest version of DataStax's eponymously named enterprise database platform adds a new in-memory option as well as enterprise search enhancements to support high performance. Along with the latest release of its enterprise NoSQL database, DataStax has also introduced version 4.1 of DataStax OpsCenter which supplies improved capacity management capabilities and visual monitoring of production database clusters.

Posted February 26, 2014

In order to be effective, big data analytics must present a clear and consistent picture of what's happening in and around the enterprise. Does a new generation of databases and platforms offer the scalability and velocity required for cloud-based, big data-based applications—or will more traditional relational databases come roaring back for all levels of big data challenges?

Posted February 26, 2014

In the last several years, there has been an explosion in the array of choices for not only managing relational and unstructured data but also protecting it and extracting value from it. To shine a spotlight on the best data management offerings, DBTA will soon open nominations for our first-ever Readers' Choice Awards.

Posted February 26, 2014

IBM has agreed to acquire Cloudant, Inc., a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider that enables developers to create mobile and web apps. Following the close, which is expected to take place in the first quarter of 2014, Cloudant will join IBM's newly formed Information and Analytics Group led by Senior Vice President Bob Picciano, a business unit within the IBM Software & Systems Group.

Posted February 24, 2014

MapR Technologies, a provider of an an enterprise-grade platform for NoSQL and Hadoop, is expanding its Asia Pac presence with a new office in Seoul and a partnership agreement with LG CNS, a global IT service provider that will provide system integration and consulting services across Korea for the MapR Distribution for Hadoop and NoSQL.

Posted February 19, 2014

Couchbase provides a distributed NoSQL document database for interactive applications. The company just released Couchbase Server Enterprise Edition 2.5 with new high availability and security features. Bob Wiederhold, president and CEO of Couchbase, talks with DBTA about the new release and how the landscape for NoSQL database technology is changing.

Posted February 12, 2014

Solid State Disk (SSD)—particularly flash SSD—promised to revolutionize database performance by providing a storage media that was orders of magnitude faster than magnetic disk, offering the first significant improvement in disk I/O latency for decades. Aerospike is a NoSQL database that attempts to provide a database architecture that can fully exploit the I/O characteristics of flash SSD.

Posted February 10, 2014

Relational database technology continues to do much of the heavy lifting in enterprise environments. But, as an avalanche of unstructured data from an increasingly wide array of sources rushes in, organizations are also turning to Not only SQL (NoSQL) database systems to uncover valuable insight buried in their dark data. How do you know when it's time to put NoSQL to work and avoid making the wrong choice?

Posted February 07, 2014

To better reflect the company's position as a leading database-as-a-service provider in the Redis ecosystem, as well as its ongoing dedication advancing Redis, Garantia Data has changed its name to Redis Labs. With the evolution of Redis, and with Redis becoming one of the three databases chosen by developers for new applications, the company says that the re-branding more appropriately describes its commitment to the NoSQL database and to making this database one of the leading databases in years to come.

Posted February 03, 2014

Neo Technology announced the release of the Neo4j 2.0 graph database. With its strong emphasis on accessibility, the company says any user can install Neo4j 2.0 and benefit from graph database technology.

Posted January 21, 2014

In response to the growing demand for MultiValue data in the cloud, Mark Pick launched Pick Cloud, Inc. in November 2012. Recently, Mark Pick, president and CEO of Pick Cloud, reflected on the reaction to the new company and changing MultiValue market dynamics.

Posted January 07, 2014

DataStax and Google engineers have collaborated on testing and validation of the scalability, reliability and performance of mission-critical online applications that are built on DataStax Enterprise with Google Compute Engine. In addition, DataStax and Google intend to continue with performance and stress testing, and also to expand testing to include a current customer in order to gain real-life experience.

Posted December 10, 2013

DataStax has announced the latest version of DataStax Enterprise, version 3.2, which provides integrated and fault-tolerant analytics and enterprise search in a NoSQL database, a comprehensive security feature set, and OpsCenter 4.0 which provides visual features that make managing a distributed database cluster easier. According to the company, the new features provide a reliable out-of-the-box experience for companies to use the availability and scalability benefits of Apache Cassandra without the operational overhead of open source software.

Posted November 18, 2013

Offering DBAs and developers a new means to prove their expertise on MongoDB, the open source document database company has introduced a new program that offers comprehensive exams worldwide through MongoDB University. MongoDB will first offer the Associate MongoDB Certified Developer exam beginning December 3.

Posted November 13, 2013

Although the concept of NoSQL is relatively new, some of the players have actually been around for a while. Yet, the concept of what NoSQL means continues to change. With all that in mind, let's take a look at the world of NoSQL.

Posted November 13, 2013

MarkLogic unveiled the latest version of its Enterprise NoSQL database platform, MarkLogic 7. With this release, MarkLogic automates the process of placing data in the storage tiers that are most cost-effective and performance-appropriate, and introduces the new MarkLogic Semantics option.

Posted October 23, 2013

Security for NoSQL continues to evolve rapidly in order to attract wider enterprise adoption. Robust security is a must-have for any database in the enterprise, and over the decades since the emergence of the relational model, security and authentication capabilities have continually improved. The first new-generation non-relational "NoSQL" databases, like the early relational databases, had very simplistic security mechanisms. Here is how security for NoSQL is changing.

Posted October 09, 2013

NoSQL database vendor MongoDB today announced it has secured $150 million in financing, which the company described as the largest single funding round for any database vendor, NoSQL or otherwise. MongoDB, which is headquartered in Palo Alto and New York, will direct this funding toward the core MongoDB project, as well as toward the MongoDB Management Service, which provides tools and services to operate MongoDB at scale, and to growing its user base globally.

Posted October 04, 2013

MongoDB, a provider of a NoSQL database, is offering private training that enterprise subscribers can access through MongoDB University on-demand. MongoDB is an open source company, and because its NoSQL database is fairly new to the market, there is a thirst to know how the technology works, Andrew Erlichson, vice president of education and cloud services, MongoDB, explained in an interview.

Posted September 18, 2013

Developed over a 4-year period including a 5-month beta testing program involving more than 2,000 participants, the FoundationDB NoSQL database platform is now generally available. According to the company, the new release combines NoSQL scalability with high-performance multi-key ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable) transactions.

Posted August 20, 2013

In a move designed to provide SQL capabilities on top of FoundationDB, the Vienna, Virginia-based company has announced the acquisition of Akiban Technologies. FoundationDB is a scalable and fault tolerant NoSQL database with high performance cross-node fully ACID transactions. Akiban provides a SQL database with an object-structured design.

Posted July 23, 2013

Tokutek, providing database performance at scale, has released TokuMX, an upgraded storage engine for MongoDB that increases performance and database compression. TokuMX speeds indexing by 10x or more for greater scalability of large databases. TokuMX features Tokutek's patented Fractal Tree Indexing to improve how MongoDB organizes and stores information. With its high performance indexing, TokuMX is ideal for applications that must simultaneously query and update large volumes of rapidly arriving data. "We feel that this going to be a very welcome development in the MongoDB world to be able to handle tens of thousands of accesses to the database per second," John Partridge, CEO of Tokutek, tells 5 Minute Briefing.

Posted June 25, 2013

When NoSQL first hit the IT consciousness in 2009, an explosion of NoSQL databases seemed to appear out of thin air. Some of these contenders had in fact been around for some time, with others thrown together rather quickly to exploit the NoSQL buzz. The NoSQL pack thinned out as leaders in specific categories emerged, but for some time, there was no clear leading key-value NoSQL database.

Posted June 13, 2013

Within today's ever-changing landscape of technology and consumer requirements, it can be difficult to understand what solutions are relevant for your data management needs. Wading through the hype of new solutions that can accomplish everything has taken up precious time and energy from the leadership of established organizations. Understanding how to implement the right tool for the job is not as simple as it seems and in many cases, it's best to take into consideration the advantages of utilizing proven technologies to drive the most value from your solution stack.

Posted June 03, 2013

NoSQL databases are becoming increasingly popular for analyzing big data. There are very few NoSQL solutions, however, that provide the combination of scalability, reliability and data consistency required in a mission-critical application. As the open source implementation of Google's BigTable architecture, HBase is a NoSQL database that integrates directly with Hadoop and meets these requirements for a mission-critical database.

Posted May 09, 2013

Objectivity, Inc., a provider of NoSQL database solutions for big data, has introduced InfiniteGraph 3.1, delivering improved path finding for faster search results, better ingest performance, expanded visualization features, and navigator plug-in enhancements. With the newest release of InfiniteGraph, companies can discover previously inaccessible relationships and connection information between data faster than ever before, thus unlocking "in-time" answers in their big data.

Posted April 29, 2013

MarkLogic Corporation, the provider of an enterprise NoSQL database platform, announced that it has closed a $25 million round of growth capital led by Sequoia Capital and Tenaya Capital, with participation from Northgate Capital. MarkLogic CEO Gary Bloom also made a personal investment in this financing round. With capital to fuel sales and marketing, MarkLogic seeks to go after the broader market of enterprise class customers while also targeting several key areas for feature expansion, Bloom told DBTA.

Posted April 25, 2013

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