NoSQL Central Articles
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
RavenDB, a provider of database infrastructure solutions has released a new version of its open source NoSQL document database product, RavenDB 4.2, adding new pull replication and distributed counters along with cluster-wide transactions and graph queries.
Posted May 15, 2019
MarkLogic has announced embedded machine learning and other features in MarkLogic Data Hub 5.0 and the MarkLogic 10 multi-model database, providing a complete enterprise solution for integrating, curating, securing, analyzing, and acting on business-critical data.
Posted May 14, 2019
Couchbase is releasing the latest version of Couchbase Mobile, an embedded NoSQL database, enabling developers to create mobile applications and manage data securely.
Posted May 02, 2019
If you have been wondering whether the tipping point for database-as-a-service (DBaaS) has arrived, it's instructive to look at the success of MongoDB Atlas.
Posted May 01, 2019
The new suite of services incorporates Aerospike's expertise amassed over the past decade in helping companies around the world build and deploy mission-critical applications that demand "five nine-plus-level uptime."
Posted May 01, 2019
SAP is making enhancements to the SAP HANA database in the cloud and on premise, providing instant access to critical data and extreme performance to democratize in-memory computing. Updates include enhanced cloud support, persistent memory support with Intel, intelligent recommendations for efficient database management, new machine learning (ML) capabilities, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) certification, improved cost-effective data tiering, and data security enhancements.
Posted April 24, 2019
MongoDB has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Realm, the company behind the Realm mobile database and Synchronization Platform, for $39 million in cash, subject to certain adjustments.
Posted April 24, 2019
Fauna, provider of a distributed OLTP database, FaunaDB, has announced expansion of its query interface with standard APIs to further boost developer productivity. Developers using FaunaDB will now be able to manipulate data directly using query languages such as GraphQL for web applications, as well as CQL for key-value access and SQL for relational workloads.
Posted April 10, 2019
Neo4j's Startup Program now provides free access to Neo4j Enterprise Edition for startups with up to 50 employees and $3 million in annual revenue. In addition, the program now provides access to Neo4j Bloom for graph exploration and data visualization, enabling startups to share their work more widely with executives, investors, and development teams.
Posted March 29, 2019
It's easy to see when the emperor has no clothes, just as it's easy to spot a truly bad technology. What's much harder is spotting an overhyped technology—one that has great promise that hasn't been fulfilled yet, or one that is great for a given purpose, but positioned as the cure for world hunger.
Posted March 27, 2019
Every day, more technology surrounds us. Things that were once fiction, are now everyday occurrences. None of this is by accident or happenstance, this is only through the work of many professionals and even amateurs in the fields of engineering, electronics, and computer science.
Posted March 20, 2019
Rockset, the serverless search and analytics company, is releasing a cloud service that allows developers and data scientists to put complex data sets to use in minutes instead of weeks. Rockset's serverless data backend that continuously ingests raw data as it is generated and delivers real-time SQL queries at scale.
Posted March 19, 2019
From April 7-11th, Oracle users from across the world will gather in San Antonio for the largest user-led, user-focused event where they'll get the real story about Oracle products and experience in-depth education and networking to take their Oracle product impact to the next level.
Posted March 12, 2019
One week is all you need. One week at COLLABORATE 19: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community equips Oracle users with expertise and insight to accelerate performance and maximize Oracle investments. At COLLABORATE 19, April 7-11 in San Antonio, Texas, the OAUG delivers expert on-prem Oracle Applications knowledge and the latest guidance for the Cloud so users can innovate with their current Oracle solutions and strategically plan for the future. Users share lessons learned from real-life implementations, and solutions providers offer a look at the latest, greatest new products.
Posted March 12, 2019
Hazelcast, a computing platform company, is updating its in-memory data grid solution, Hazelcast IMDG 3.12 with new features focused on data integrity, cloud interoperability, performance-sensitive data storage, and more. Hazelcast now provides both a Consistency (CP) Subsystem for sensitive concurrency structures which favors consistency over availability and an Availability (AP) Subsystem for data storage structures which favor availability over consistency.
Posted March 07, 2019
MongoDB's recent and well-publicized new license—the Server Side Public License (SSPL)—was explicitly designed to prevent cloud vendors such as Amazon from deploying a MongoDB cloud service without paying MongoDB license fees. In early January, Amazon announced DocumentDB, a MongoDB-compatible cloud database service.
Posted March 04, 2019
Redgate is releasing an updated version of SQL Monitor, enabling entire SQL Server estates to be managed and monitored from one dashboard whether on premise or in the cloud. After months in development, SQL Monitor v9 gives users the ability to seamlessly monitor hybrid and cloud estates, including both Azure Managed Instances and SQL Database Elastic Pools.
Posted February 21, 2019
DigitalOcean, the cloud for developing modern apps, is launching Managed Databases, with PostgreSQL as its first offering, allowing developers to create fully managed database instances in the cloud quickly and efficiently.
Posted February 14, 2019
Google Cloud has announced the general availability of Cloud Firestore, a serverless, NoSQL document database, which is available in 10 new locations to complement the existing three, with a significant price reduction for regional instances, and enabling integration with Stackdriver for monitoring.
Posted January 31, 2019
This year is a pivotal one for some legacy applications. Extended Support for SQL Server versions 2008 and 2008 R2 is ending in July, to be followed 6 months later by the end of Extended Support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. The clock is ticking for enterprises to migrate or upgrade their systems.
Posted January 31, 2019
MicroStrategy, a provider of enterprise analytics and mobility software, is releasing MicroStrategy 2019, introducing HyperIntelligence, a new class of enterprise intelligence that transforms the way users access information. With MicroStrategy 2019, organizations can inject information directly into a user's web-based workflows using a HyperCard feature, new with this update, which presents information and KPIs about customers, products, people, and more.
Posted January 08, 2019
The year just ending has been an interesting one for data managers. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning took center stage, which also meant an increasingly glaring spotlight on data sourcing, management, and viability. The continued rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) also meant no letting up on demands for data environments to deliver requirements fast and furiously. The year ahead will bring more of the same—as well as a continuation of the transformation of information management.
Posted January 07, 2019
Big data continues to be top of mind while new technologies are also emerging to reel in and uncover important insights. In 2018, a variety of solutions came to the fore and 2019 is setting the stage for another data explosion. Here, several experts in the big data space offer their predictions for what's ahead in 2019.
Posted January 02, 2019
MarkLogic Corporation, an Enterprise NoSQL database provider, is launching a Data Hub Flight School to educate technologists on next generation data management and data hub technology. The Data Hub Flight School, aimed at application developers, will enable guided simulations of real-world data integration projects, covering such challenges as security and data modeling.
Posted December 20, 2018