Tag: database

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Redis extends to add vector search & wider tools

Redis extends to add vector search & wider tools

Databases are still changing. Despite having been on the planet for some 60-years depending on which history of data analysis you care to read, the development of databases continues to grow every year. Primarily driven by new use cases for data, databases of all descriptions are also evolving due ... Read more

date8 months ago
OpenText integrates Micro Focus tech through Cloud Editions 23.3

OpenText integrates Micro Focus tech through Cloud Editions 23.3

OpenText has announced Cloud Editions 23.3. The release more closely integrates Micro Focus' acquired technology with OpenText's enterprise software. Since the completion of the acquisition on Feb. 1, Micro Focus customers, partners and employees have transitioned to OpenText. OpenText was eager... Read more

date9 months ago
Unlocking the multi-master database dream

Unlocking the multi-master database dream

Modern applications are complex. As ‘simplified’ as we’re continuing to make software application development through advances in low-code & no-code platforms alongside all forms of automation, front-line enterprise apps are still becoming increasingly heavyweight beasts.  Application... Read more

date10 months ago
ARM gets boost in data centers thanks to Oracle database

ARM gets boost in data centers thanks to Oracle database

Oracle has certified its own Database 19c Enterprise Edition for ARM architecture. At least, the database can now be run specifically on Ampere processors. This makes the alternative to the ubiquitous Intel Xeons in data centres a bit more attractive. In the press release, Oracle states that Dat... Read more

date10 months ago
MongoDB.local NYC: Atlas reaches new peak

MongoDB.local NYC: Atlas reaches new peak

MongoDB.local NYC kicked off this week in New York as part of the company’s programme of more localised developer conferences. With just one main keynote session delivered initially by MongoDB CEO and president Dev Ittycheria, the audience consisted of programmers with an additional quotient of s... Read more

date10 months ago
The future of PostgreSQL in an automated world

The future of PostgreSQL in an automated world

In case you hadn’t noticed, Artificial Intelligence is in the news. With the rise of generative AI driving Chat-GPT (although the jury is still firmly out in terms of how much use it will be in software development spheres) we have entered an era of automation and autonomous systems management th... Read more

date12 months ago
MariaDB gives SkySQL DBaaS solution better auto scaling

MariaDB gives SkySQL DBaaS solution better auto scaling

MariaDB has upgraded its SkySQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) solution. This should allow customers to better manage their cloud costs through auto scaling capabilities. The new version of the DBaaS service is suitable for use in the harshest environments, according to the vendor. A key part ... Read more

date1 year ago
Pliops XDP gives optimal performance to Oracle MySQL Enterprise

Pliops XDP gives optimal performance to Oracle MySQL Enterprise

Pliops has optimized its Extreme Data Processor (XDP) for Oracle MySQL Enterprise Edition. For this, the optimization provides better performance and efficiency capabilities, as well as improved data resiliency. The collaboration between Pliops and Oracle should solve a number of challenges for ... Read more

date1 year ago
Yugabyte chomps into cloud migration

Yugabyte chomps into cloud migration

Yugabyte is an open source distributed SQL database company. The company has announced YugabyteDB Voyager, a database migration solution that claims to be ‘unified’, a label perhaps suggesting some kind of as-yet defined ubiquitous compatibility prowess. If unified means anything here out... Read more

date1 year ago
A sharper HarperDB, connectivity done auspiciously

A sharper HarperDB, connectivity done auspiciously

HarperDB is a distributed database product for the collection, distribution and analysis of data throughout an organisation. This year, we see the database hit its version four (dot oh) iteration. This company makes much of its key features, which include the fact that developers can write bu... Read more

date1 year ago
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