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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, and 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

The business of arranging millions or billions of zeros and ones in exactly the right order—also known as the business of software—has undergone many significant shifts over the history of computing, and we might be about to experience yet another.

Posted November 16, 2016

At Couchbase Connect16, Couchbase, Inc., provider of a document database with a SQL-based query language, announced new capabilities including full text search and real-time analytics to simplify the way developers build web, mobile, and IoT applications.

Posted November 08, 2016

Interana, a provider of behavioral analytics software, has raised $18 million in a funding round led by Vertex Ventures, with participation from Battery Ventures, Data Collective, Allen Company, Fuel Capital and Index Ventures. The company also announced a new online community forum called Interania.

Posted November 03, 2016

New data sources such as sensors, social media, and telematics along with new forms of analytics such as text and graph analysis have necessitated a new data lake design pattern to augment traditional design patterns such as the data warehouse. Unlike the data warehouse - an approach based on structuring and packaging data for the sake of quality, consistency, reuse, ease of use, and performance - the data lake goes in the other direction by storing raw data that lowers data acquisition costs and provides a new form of analytical agility.

Posted November 03, 2016

A new semantic-based graph data model has emerged within the enterprise. This data model has all of the advantages of the relational data model, but goes even further in providing for more intelligence built into the database itself, enabling greater elasticity to absorb the inevitable changes to data requirements, at cloud scales.

Posted November 02, 2016

MongoDB has introduced a new release of its NoSQL document database platform with key features that support additional data models for a "multimodel" approach, the combination of operational and analytical processing, elastic cross-region scaling, and tooling to simplify data management for customers.

Posted November 01, 2016

Business intelligence (BI) and analytics are at the top of corporate agendas this year, and with good reason. The competitive environment is intense, and business leaders are demanding they have access to greater insights about their customers, markets, and internal operations to make better and faster decisions—often in real time. There have also been dramatic changes with BI and analytics tools and platforms. The three Cs—cloud, consolidation, and collaboration—are elevating BI and analytics to new heights within enterprises and gaining newfound respect at the highest levels.

Posted October 24, 2016

Snowflake Computing is making its platform more accessible to users with Snowflake On Demand—a sign-up process for data users to get immediate insight from Snowflake's data warehouse. According to the vendor, with a virtual swipe of a credit card on Snowflake's website, data users can access the only data warehouse built for the cloud. They can store and analyze their data without relying on their own IT group to get up and running quickly.

Posted October 20, 2016

As more companies seek to get data faster and more securely for better performance, business applications continue to grow more sophisticated. With this constant evolution, there is the related challenge of supporting them.

Posted October 17, 2016

Redgate Software is launching a new version of its SQL Server monitoring tool to enable accelerated analysis of SQL Server problems. The platform, SQL Monitor, is a web based SQL Server alerting and diagnosis tool. Version 6 introduces a new interactive interface that will help users in not only identifying problems, but establishing why the problem occurred and providing guidance on how to fix it.

Posted October 11, 2016

Organizational issues such as governance and skills—not technology requirements—are the greatest challenges that IT and corporate managers are facing in the emerging world of big data. To get a better handle on the complex new world big data is catalyzing, executives and professionals recognize they must reimagine and re-architect the concept of the "data center"—and what ultimately is coming out of may be a surprise to everyone. These are some key takeaways from a recent survey of 319 corporate and IT managers, conducted by Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., in partnership with Cloudera and Intel.

Posted October 07, 2016

For many years now, Cassandra has been renowned for its ability to handle massive scaling and global availability. Based on Amazon's Dynamo, Cassandra implements a masterless architecture which allows database transactions to continue even when the database is subjected to massive network or data center disruption. Even in the circumstance in which two geographically separate data centers are completely isolated through a network outage, a Cassandra database may continue to operate in both geographies, reconciling conflicting transactions—albeit possibly imperfectly—when the outage is resolved.

Posted October 07, 2016

NoSQL and Hadoop—two foundations of the emerging agile data architecture—have been on the scene for several years now, and, industry observers say, adoption continues to accelerate—especially within mainstream enterprises that weren't necessarily at the cutting edge of technology in the past.

Posted October 04, 2016

MariaDB Corporation is updating its MaxScale platform, adding a data streaming integration with Kafka, enhanced security, and high availability capabilities. MariaDB MaxScale is a next-generation database proxy that manages administrative functions like security, scalability, data streaming and high availability, enabling the database to focus on core functionality to drive faster innovation.

Posted October 03, 2016

In his keynote on Monday at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd showcased customer success stories and offered three new predictions for the future of cloud, which, he said, represents a generational shift in the IT market.

Posted September 21, 2016

"In this coming year, you'll see us aggressively moving into infrastructure-as-a-service," Larry Ellison, Oracle's chief technology officer and executive chairman of the board, said to kick off the company's OpenWorld conference Sunday night at the Moscone Center. In the first of his two scheduled keynote addresses, Ellison went on to outline a number of strategic announcements that aim to strengthen the company's offerings, as well as to help it compete with Amazon.com, one of its top challengers.

Posted September 19, 2016

Nuxeo, developer of an enterprise content management platform for managing complex digital content at scale, has announced that Goldman Sachs has made a $20 million investment in the company, adding to the $10 million commitment by Kennet Partners announced in June, for a total of $30 million.

Posted September 14, 2016

To help organizations continue to get the most from their data, Big Data Quarterly has published the second annual "Big Data 50," a list of companies driving big data innovation. The Big Data 50 includes forward-thinking companies that are expanding what is possible in terms of managing and deriving value from data.

Posted September 14, 2016

Building applications can already be a grueling process for developers, especially when networks become slow, spotty, or go down completely. By building offline-first apps, developers create an always-on experience for their users. An offline-first app is one that works, without error, when there is no network connection, with progressive enhancement applied whenever network connectivity is available.

Posted September 14, 2016

With the growth of data variety, volume, and velocity, innovative data management approaches are needed. To help organizations get the most from their data, Big Data Quarterly presents the second annual "Big Data 50," our list of companies driving innovation.

Posted September 14, 2016

Clustrix is releasing a new version of its software, designed to help customers meet the challenge of transactional workloads. The new version of the platform combines in-memory processing, containerization, and encryption to improve performance, ease-of-use, and security, according to the company.

Posted September 13, 2016

Percona, provider of MySQL and MongoDB solutions and services, is releasing an open source database performance analysis tool that will enable DBAs and application developers to optimize the performance of their MySQL and MongoDB databases.

Posted September 13, 2016

At its partner conference this week, Teradata is announcing three key new offerings to support customers choosing hybrid environments spanning cloud and on-premise, and relational and big data technologies.

Posted September 12, 2016

Can Oracle and its partners keep up with the increasing demands of customers for real-time digital capabilities? Is the Oracle constellation of solutions—from data analytics to enterprise applications—ready for the burgeoning requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT) and data-driven businesses? For Oracle—along with its far-flung network of software vendors, integrators, and partners—times have never been so challenging.

Posted September 07, 2016

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) is excited to be joining the Oracle technology community in San Francisco once again at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, September 18-22. IOUG's 30,0000+ member community is comprised of the top Oracle technology experts from around the globe, several of whom will be presenting sessions on hot topics like Data Intelligence, iOT, Data Security, and Cloud migrations.

Posted September 07, 2016

Datawatch Corporation unveiled an enhanced version of its self-service data preparation solution, making the platform faster and more intuitive. Datawatch Monarch 13.5 empowers business users and data analysts to overcome traditional data access and preparation challenges by enabling them to easily and rapidly mine data from virtually any source and then manipulate, blend, enrich, and prepare it for use in analytics tools or optimizing manually intensive business processes.

Posted September 07, 2016

Progress now provides day one support for Hadoop Hive, Spark SQL, MongoDB and more with latest update to its DataDirect suite of connectivity tools. With this new upgrade, Progress DataDirect on-premises ODBC and JDBC drivers will support any new versions of supported data sources.

Posted August 24, 2016

Many tools promise that users will gain rapid insights and create more flexibility by capturing and storing data, but introducing NoSQL database technologies into the data warehouse and analytics infrastructure is an approach that can yield faster and more flexible results.

Posted August 20, 2016

Google has announced that all of its database storage products are generally available and covered by corresponding service level agreements (SLAs). With this announcement, the company says, Cloud SQL, Cloud Bigtable and Cloud Datastore are now generally available. It is also releasing new performance and security support for Google Compute Engine.

Posted August 16, 2016

Anyone who has ever attended Oracle OpenWorld knows that you must plan ahead. The conference held in San Francisco each fall is vast, and the upcoming conference, scheduled for September 18-22, 2016, promises to be equally expansive. Just as in years before, tens of thousands of attendees from well over 100 countries can be expected converge to learn more about Oracle's ever-expanding ecosystem of technologies, products and services during thousands of sessions held at the Moscone Center and multiple additional venues in downtown San Francisco. Here, Database Trends and Applications presents the annual Who to See @ Oracle OpenWorld special section.

Posted August 04, 2016

With 20 million downloads to date, MongoDB is arguably today's fastest-growing database technology. MongoDB's rapid growth has been driven primarily by its attractiveness to developers. By using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) documents as the native database format, MongoDB reduces the impedance mismatch between program code and database, allowing more agile and rapid application development.

Posted August 04, 2016

To manage growing data volumes and pressing SLAs, many companies are leveraging Apache™ Kafka and award-winning Attunity Replicate with next-generation change data capture (CDC) for streaming data ingest and processing.

Posted August 03, 2016

The potential of your business intelligence or data processing application is limited without a comprehensive data connectivity solution. Staying competitive and relevant requires a breadth of data connectivity options.

Posted August 03, 2016

Our goal at Amazon Web Services (AWS) is to enable our customers to do things that were previously not possible, and make things that our customers can already do simpler and better at a much lower cost.

Posted August 03, 2016

It is a great honor to accept DBTA's Readers' Choice Award for Best Data Governance Solution for the second year in a row. Our mission at BackOffice Associates is to help Global 2000 organizations utilize data stewardship and holistic information governance solutions to set, execute and enforce key data policies across their entire data and systems landscape.

Posted August 03, 2016

It is both exciting and validating to be selected as the number 1 data modeling solution by DBTA's discerning readers for the third consecutive year in a row!

Posted August 03, 2016

Data replication advances a number of enterprise goals, supporting scenarios such as distribution of information as part of business intelligence and reporting initiatives, facilitating high availability and disaster recovery, and as part of a no-downtime migration initiative.

Posted August 03, 2016

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