Topic: data

Why your app’s database stinks— and your ORM too

At the dawn of the millennium, somewhere in the depths of a company contracted by the United States Navy, D. Richard Hipp designed SQLite so that you could finally stick a database inside an application. Its original purpose was to power guided missile destroyers, which surely could have used a fast, lightweight database that ran … continue reading

SD Times news digest: BlackBerry’s Jarvis, MicroStrategy’s data connectors, and Go support in AWS Lambda

BlackBerry is releasing a new cybersecurity software solution. BlackBerry CEO and Executive Chairman and CEO, John Chen, presented BlackBerry Jarvis in a keynote address at the North American International Automotive Show. Starting off, Jarvis will be marked to the automotive industry, and become applicable to other industry other industry segments such as healthcare, industrial automation, aerospace, and … continue reading

Unstructured content: An untapped fuel source for AI and machine learning

Would you choose where to go on vacation if you could only access 10 to 20 percent of the reviews and information on a travel website? If you do, you will probably have an unforgettable trip, but for reasons you might not like. Yet government organizations and businesses – from manufacturing to insurance companies, and … continue reading

Tableau Software announces data engine Hyper for Tableau 10.5

Visual analytics platform provider Tableau Software are promising 5x faster querying and 3X faster extraction over previous iterations with the introduction of new data engine technology, Hyper, in version 10.5 of Tableau. Hyper is designed to provide fast data ingest and analytical query processing on large or complex data sets. According to Tableau, the new … continue reading

Redgate acquires SQL Manager tool from SysKit for GDPR compliance

Redgate today acquired the SQL Manager tool from SharePoint and SQL Server solution provider SysKit. The tool will allow Redgate to provide the data privacy and protection needed within databases as well as help meet the requirements of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation will be enforced on May 25 and organizations … continue reading

Where does Big Data go from here?

The term Big Data has been bandied about since the 1990s. It was meant to reflect the explosion of data – structured and unstructured — with which organizations are being deluged. They face issues that include the volume of data and the need to capture, store and retrieve, analyze and act upon that information. Technologies … continue reading

Report: Enterprises will go all-in on Apache Flink in 2018

A new survey released by data Artisans revealed more organizations will turn to stream processing technology in 2018. The second annual Apache Flink user survey found 87 percent of respondents are planning to deploy more apps powered by Apache Flink over the next year. Apache Flink is an open source stream processing framework for data … continue reading

Unifi releases new AI powered analytics

Unifi Software has announced plans to power its data platform with a new artificial intelligence engine. OneMind is designed to source, explore and prepare data for businesses so that they can make educated decisions more easily. In addition, OneMind learns from the data in order to predict patterns and recommend datasets. The Unifi Data Platform … continue reading

IBM announces new code patterns and bot solution for developers

IBM is announcing new tools for building artificial intelligence, blockchain, data and cloud solutions. The company announced the release of more than 120 code patterns designed to help developers better search for open source code. “These patterns do the dirty work for the developer – they are curated packages of code, one-click GitHub repos, documentation … continue reading

How to make low coding work – Separate presentation from logic

The use of low-code platforms is expanding, driven by the idea that non-developers working with the right tools can take a more active role in the development process. Application development has never been more complex due to the staggering number of components required for modern multi-tiered application development, which makes the idea of utilizing business … continue reading

Erwin rolls out new data governance solution

Data management and modeling company erwin today launched its new data governance software-as-a-service solution with the capability to enable disparate stakeholders to collaborate. Erwin DG introduces data impact analysis capabilities that give stakeholders the ability to assess what could happen to business processes and other systems when changes to the data are made. In addition, … continue reading

Databases should work for us, not the other way around

If you Google “how to organize your data for a database,” you’ll get millions of results. That’s a lot of hits for something that you shouldn’t have to think about. But for the last 40 years, that’s exactly what we’ve been forced to do. The people in our organizations have spent an ungodly amount of time and money massaging our data, planning and re-planning how … continue reading

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