NoSQL Central Articles
Over the past few years, the scale, speed, and power of analytics have been dramatically transformed. The amount of data available from the internet, combined with advances in software to make use of it, has created a practice called "big data analytics." It can provide types of information that were not available in the recent past and it has the potential to do so in real-time.
Posted December 01, 2017
Citus Data, a provider of a platform for scaling out Postgres databases, is unveiling new features for its Citus Cloud product, making it easier for fast-growing SaaS businesses to scale out without having to re-architect their application. Citus Cloud's suite of new features close the gap with NoSQL and are all about empowering developers from migration tools like Citus Warp, to the zero-downtime shard rebalancer, to offering fork and followers features in a distributed database.
Posted November 17, 2017
Fluree has introduced FlureeDB, a scalable, blockchain cloud database, for public beta use. According to the company, the new offering combines the interoperability and features of traditional graph and document databases with immutable, decentralized blockchain technology to provide enterprise-grade, developer-ready, cloud-hosted database tools.
Posted November 13, 2017
MongoDB has announced the release of MongoDB 3.6. With this release it is now easier and faster to build always-on applications that react in real time to changes in data streamed across distributed systems, said Dev Ittycheria, president and CEO, MongoDB. And, he added, with the addition of new and enhanced management and security features, "developers get the freedom and confidence to run MongoDB in the most demanding environments to support mission-critical applications."
Posted November 08, 2017
Google has launched Cloud Firestore, a fully managed, NoSQL document database that lets developers store, synchronize, and query data for their mobile apps, with offline support, at scale.
Posted October 26, 2017
There's a surprising trick for greatly increasing the chances of real impact, true success with many types of machine learning systems, and that is "do the logistics correctly and efficiently." That sounds like simple advice - it is - but the impact can be enormous. If the logistics are not handled well, machine learning projects generally fail to deliver practical value. In fact, they may fail to deliver at all. But carrying out this advice may not seem simple at all.
Posted October 26, 2017
MongoDB, headquartered in New York, announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 8,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock at a price to the public of $24 per share and began trading on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol "MDB."
Posted October 19, 2017
Kinetica, which provides a GPU-accelerated database, is adding new geospatial capabilities and enterprise-grade features to help drive real-time, location-based analytics and analytic processing.
Posted October 10, 2017
Apache Cassandra is a popular open source, distributed, key-value store columnar NoSQL database used by companies such as Netflix, eBay, and Expedia for strategic parts of their business. When combined with Apache Ignite, Apache Cassandra becomes even more powerful, allowing it to be used for today's most demanding web and cloud applications.
Posted October 06, 2017
Data professionals and vendors converged at Strata Data in New York to trade tips and tricks for handling big data. Top of mind for most was the impact of machine learning and how it's continuing to evolve as the "next big thing."
Posted October 05, 2017
Dremio launched its data analytics platform in July and at Strata Data Conference in New York the company had the opportunity to showcase what the company can do. The company's mission is to cut out the need for traditional ETL, data warehouses, cubes, and aggregation tables, as well as the infrastructure in order to enable users to be independent and self-directed in their use of data, thereby accelerating time to insight.
Posted October 03, 2017
Anaconda, Inc., a Python data science platform provider, is partnering with Microsoft to embed Anaconda into Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio and SQL Server to deliver data insights in real time. Microsoft and Anaconda will partner to deliver Anaconda for Microsoft, a subset of the Anaconda distribution available on Windows, MacOS and Linux. Anaconda, Inc. will also offer a range of support options for Anaconda for Microsoft.
Posted October 03, 2017
MemSQL, provider of a real-time data warehouse platform, is releasing MemSQL 6, adding new extensibility features to enable machine learning and performance improvements for analytical queries. With this update, developers can use machine learning functions with live data and SQL, and a real-time data warehouse to easily build operational applications without requiring multiple disparate systems.
Posted October 02, 2017
At the Strata Data Conference in New York, Paxata, provider of the Adaptive Information big data prep platform, announced early availability of its Intelligent Ingest as part of its next major release. The new automated ingest capabilities are aimed at making it more simple for business consumers to rapidly incorporate data from any cloud or format to prepare data for business analysis.
Posted October 02, 2017
DataCore Software is launching the first of its new line of database optimization products for high-velocity transaction processing and real-time analytics. The platform MaxParallel for SQL Server is available now in the Azure Marketplace as well as through DataCore-authorized partners around the globe. The plug-and-play product supports SQL Server 2016, 2014, 2012 and 2008 running on-premises and in the cloud.
Posted September 28, 2017
Percona, the company that delivers enterprise-class MySQL, MongoDB and other open source database solutions and services, is releasing a new platform and updating one of its top monitoring performance solutions.Percona will be releasing Percona Server for MySQL 5.7 that includes the MyRocks storage engine. The combination of Percona Server for MySQL and MyRocks will enable database administrators to achieve more throughput for high-volume, write-intensive workloads.
Posted September 26, 2017
As companies grow increasingly data-centric in their decision making, product and services development, and their overall understanding of the world they work in, speed and agility are becoming critical capabilities. A common theme in big data and analytics today is "Industry 4.0," representing a new wave of technology that enables the automation necessary for scaling. There's compelling justification for this as companies seek to unlock business value from big data with two broad approaches: the democratization of data with greater access by more users, and the enablement of automation everywhere possible.
Posted September 20, 2017
Redgate Software is releasing a new version of SQL Toolbelt, its portfolio of database development software, that will let developers and administrators see database deployment errors. This portfolio addresses a long standing issue that, when database deployments are made, it is vital to monitor their impact in case they lead to SQL Server problems. In many busy organizations, however, it may not be immediately obvious that a deployment has been made, or that the deployment is the cause of resultant issues that arise.
Posted September 14, 2017
CA Technologies has announced support for IBM's z14 in key CA mainframe solutions. According to the vendor, its solutions leverage the new z14 platform "to decrease the threat surface associated with data breaches where there is degradation of performance associated with increased encryption needs."
Posted September 13, 2017
MongoDB recently announced some interesting, though incremental, enhancements. These included improved "joins" in the aggregation framework, better document validation using JSON schema, and more reliable behavior in the event of network failures. These features attempt to close the gap between the functionality of MongoDB and traditional relational databases - joins, schemas, and commits. On top of these incremental updates, MongoDB announced a couple of features that intrude on functionality usually provided by application servers or desktop programs.
Posted September 07, 2017
The emergence of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology may prove to be almost as significant an innovation as the internet itself. Blockchain offers a mechanism for the mediation of any transactions that previously would have required trusted third parties, while cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin may eventually become a significant alternative to traditional "fiat" (e.g., government-backed) currencies. These technologies could eventually revolutionize the global banking infrastructure which has underpinned global commerce for centuries.
Posted September 06, 2017
Arcadia Data, provider of native visual analytics software for big data, will support KSQL, a new technology for continuous, interactive queries on Kafka topics via SQL. The integration with Confluent's KSQL gives all users advanced visualizations for streaming data use cases, specifically around alerts and time-based data exploration (and drill downs).
Posted August 31, 2017
Expanding on the application modernization initiative they launched in December, MongoDB and Infosys are introducing a new solution targeted at helping companies move workloads off the mainframe and onto the MongoDB database platform.
Posted August 31, 2017
Docker has announced the latest release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), a container as a service (CaaS) platform for managing and securing Windows, Linux, and mainframe applications across both on premises and cloud infrastructure.
Posted August 28, 2017
Quest Software, a global systems management and security software provider, is releasing Toad Edge, a new commercial database toolset that can manage next-generation open source database environments. This release will support MySQL, saving time, minimizing the MySQL learning curve, and mitigating risks that can be associated with building applications on an open source database platform.
Posted August 23, 2017
InfluxData has updated InfluxCloud, its managed and hosted version of the InfluxData open source time series DB platform for metrics and events.
Posted August 16, 2017
BlueFinity International is launching a new solution called Evoke, a new rapid business app development platform that will integrate with all major SQL and MultiValue databases. Designed for development and deployment of mobile, desktop and web apps, Evoke allows companies to build business apps more easily and to extend their enterprise applications to customers, employees, and partners.
Posted August 09, 2017
MongoDB Connector for BI is now certified by Tableau as a named connector, enabling users to visually analyze rich, JSON-like data structures associated with modern applications directly in MongoDB Enterprise Advanced.
Posted August 08, 2017
IDERA, a provider of database, development, and test management tools, announced it is acquiring AquaFold, a provider of cross-platform database tools. AquaFold will join IDERA's database development and management portfolio, enabling the company to expand its multi-platform support.
Posted August 02, 2017
Addressing the need to store and manage increasingly large amounts of data that does not fit neatly in rows and columns, NoSQL databases can run on commodity hardware, support the unstructured, non-relational data flowing into organizations from the proliferation of new sources, and are available in a variety of structures that open up new types of data sources, providing ways to tap into the institutional knowledge locked in PCs and departmental silos.
Posted August 02, 2017
It's been long acknowledged that data is the most precious commodity of the 21st-century business, and that all efforts and resources need to be dedicated to the acquisition and care of this resource. Lately, however, executives have become enamored with the vision of transforming their organizations into "data-driven" enterprises, which move forward into the future on data-supported insights. So, what, exactly, does the ideal "data-driven enterprise" look like?
Posted July 27, 2017
Southbank Software has launched its first product, dbKoda, an open source database development and administration platform, initially available for MongoDB. MongoDB was targeted first because of its rapid growth and popularity among full stack developers, according to Guy Harrison, Southbank's founder.
Posted July 24, 2017
The data manager now sits in the center of a revolution swirling about enterprises. In today's up-and-down global economy, opportunities and threats are coming in from a number of directions. Business leaders recognize that the key to success in hyper-competitive markets is the ability to leverage data to draw insights that predict and provide prescriptive action to stay ahead of markets and customer preferences. For that, they need to keep up with the latest solutions and approaches in data management. Here are 12 of the key technologies turning heads—or potentially opening enterprise wallets—in today's data centers.
Posted July 19, 2017
Posted July 05, 2017
Hackolade, a Brussels-based provider of data modeling for NoSQL and multi-model databases, has announced the availability of Hackolade version 1.7, a new release of its data modeling software, to support both MongoDB version 3.4 and MongoDB Atlas, its cloud-hosted database as a service. This is one of the first next gen data modeling tools available on the market that helps in proper representation of physical data models for MongoDB collections and views.
Posted June 23, 2017
Redgate is upgrading its pioneering database provisioning tool, SQL Clone, to enable it to clone databases up to 64TB in size, allowing companies to provision copies for development, testing, and diagnostics quicker and easier. SQL Clone creates full copies of SQL Server databases and backups in seconds and uses only a tiny fraction of disk space.
Posted June 22, 2017
New England Water Heater is a plumbing services company specializing in water heater repair and installation based in North Waltham, MA. The company provides a centralized service through a network of geographically dispersed plumbing companies in the surrounding region, including its own company, Home Services of New England (HSNE) Plumbing. As a longtime Revelation Software customer, NEWH uses a system on Revelation's OpenInsight 9.4 for business processes such as document management, phone calls, and customer support.
Posted June 21, 2017
SAP and Accenture are expanding their collaboration to co-innovate, co-develop, and jointly go to market with digital solutions based on the new SAP Leonardo digital innovation system. The long-standing strategic partners will focus on embedding digital technologies including additional machine learning, analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) at the core of clients' businesses to deliver even greater value from their SAP investments.
Posted June 21, 2017
MongoDB has announced MongoDB Stitch, a new service to make it easier for developers to integrate the services they need to build applications. The company has also expanded the availability of MongoDB Atlas, its database as a service, to Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Posted June 20, 2017
erwin has launched erwin DM NoSQL, an extension of the company's erwin Data Modeler solution. Representing an expansion of the company's "any-squared" (Any2)—any data, anywhere—approach, the new solution is targeted at enabling enterprises to model and manage unstructured cloud data with the same effectiveness as traditional data sources.
Posted June 19, 2017
New and emerging vendors offer fresh ways of dealing with data management and analytics challenges in areas such as data as a service, security as a service, cloud in a box, and data visualization. Here, DBTA looks at the 10 companies whose approaches we think are worth watching.
Posted June 16, 2017
MarkLogic, has announced that its enterprise NoSQL database is now available on Microsoft Azure. According to MarkLogic, offering its database platform on Azure gives customers the flexibility they need by providing a single, actionable 360-degree view of their data in the cloud, whether on Azure or in a hybrid cloud environment, allowing them to seamlessly build and deploy applications, drive digital transformation projects, or set up short-term cloud deployments. The MarkLogic platform on Azure also enables customers to scale apps and projects up or down without downtime and with optimal deployment and transactional consistency, giving customers maximum operational efficiency
Posted June 13, 2017
Addressing the rise of hybrid deployments, Hortonworks has introduced a new software support subscription to provide seamless support to organizations as they transition from on-premise to cloud. Separately, Hortonworks also announced the general availability of Hortonworks Dataflow (HDF) 3.0, a new release of its open source data-in-motion platform, which enables customers to collect, curate, analyze and act on all data in real-time, across the data center and cloud.
Posted June 12, 2017
The demand for speed and agility are among the key drivers of the growing DevOps movement, which seeks to better align software development and IT operations. Yet, challenges still exist.
Posted June 07, 2017
NTT DATA, a global IT-services provider headquartered in Tokyo, has made a strategic capital investment in enterprise NoSQL database provider, MarkLogic Corp. The companies say they will also be expanding their existing strategic business alliance to develop new go-to-market strategies with emphasis on joint customer development in Europe, North America, South America and Japan.
Posted June 01, 2017