Couchbase releases new managed database service

Couchbase is tackling challenges that come with managing database infrastructure in the cloud with the launch of Couchbase Managed Cloud. Couchbase Managed Cloud is a managed database service designed to eliminate the tedious and time-consuming task of maintaining and managing data in the cloud. The solution is being offered in partnership with Rackspace and will … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TIBCO Jaspersoft 7, SonarCloud extension for Visual Studio Team Services and Galamon AI efforts

TIBCO announces the latest version of its embeddable business intelligence and analytics software. Jaspersoft 7 includes new capabilities designed to help developers differentiate their apps with data visualization. Features include the data visualization view is now available as a BI component enabling individual visualizations that can be integrated into the app experience. This was built … continue reading

Talend announces free data streaming application

Cloud and big data integration solution provider Talend announced Talend Data Streams during its Talend Connect US event in New York today. Built on Amazon Web Services, Data Streams is a free, single-user application that aims to drastically simplify and speed up the ingestion of mass and varied data. When developing Talend Data Streams, Talend … continue reading

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Neo4j announces new data visualization platform alongside Neo4j 3.4

Connected data platform provider Neo4j announced Neo4j 3.4 today alongside Neo4j Bloom, a data visualization tool that the company says it designed with non-technical users in mind. The graphs generated in Bloom provides a branching, node-based visualization of data points and their relation to each other, which Emil Eifrem, CEO and co-founder of Neo4j considers … continue reading

Data Connectivity: An unrecognized, multi-issue problem

“Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable,” wrote Mark Twain. Never has this been more true when it comes to data connectivity. If you don’t have good connectivity to your data wherever it may reside, then it’s hard to do applications like artificial intelligence (AI) or analytics. They are very data dependent technologies. Connectivity … continue reading

Tableau Software rolls out new analytics solutions on a subscription basis

Tableau Software has announced new offerings that will allow organizations to scale their data analytics processes. It is releasing Tableau Prep as well as releasing new analytics solutions Tableau Creator, Tableau Explorer, and Tableau Viewer. Tableau Prep serves as the company’s entry into the self-service data preparation market, according to Francois Ajenstat, chief product officer … continue reading

MySQL 8.0 now available

Oracle has announced a major release of its open-source relational database management system MySQL. MySQL 8.0 delivers a number of improvements designed for database administrators and developers building the next generation of web, embedded, mobile, and cloud aps. “MySQL is the most trusted and widely used open source database platform in use today. 10 out … continue reading

Altova zeros in on JSON Processing in latest release

Altova announced version 2018 release 2 of its MissionKit desktop developer tools and server software products today. MissionKit is the company’s software development suite of XML, SQL and UML tools. The latest release has a major focus on JSON processing with new capabilities that enable users to query and transform JSON data using XPath, XQuery … continue reading

Guest View: Move fast and fix things: It’s time for an API audit

If you run an open API program, the current controversy surrounding Cambridge Analytica’s use of Facebook data to create psychographic profiles of millions of Facebook users should concern you, and not just because of how your profile data may have been used. I recall being very surprised at how much data I could access through Facebook’s application … continue reading

Analyst View: The demise of the statistician

One of the remarkable consequences of the contemporary proliferation of data is the corresponding profusion of data-driven analytics across a wide range of industry verticals. In particular, research in verticals such as environmental science, education, pharmacology, medicine and public health differentially explore concepts such as correlation and causality as they relate to two or more … continue reading

Industry Watch: Column as a service

As cloud services become more granular, more functionality can be had “as a service.” Two new interesting services caught my eye, and so I present this column as a service to you, dear readers. The first is “failure as a service,” which sounds counterintuitive. Wouldn’t people rather have success as a service? Most would, I’m … continue reading

Guest View: What to expect for Python

Python has grown significantly in popularity since its initial release in 1991. The open source language now consistently ranks among the world’s most popular programming languages, having overcome those who claimed it was too slow or couldn’t scale. In fact, these days, leaders such as PayPal, Instagram and Yelp use Python as part of their … continue reading

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