Topic: database

SD Times news digest: Amazon’s quantum ledger database, InfluxData’s serverless time series PaaS and ArcBlock joins Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Amazon announced its new quantum ledger database, a fully managed service that provides a cryptographically verifiable ledger for applications that need a centralized, trusted authority to provide a verifiable record of transactions. Amazon QLDB uses an immutable transactional log, known as a journal, which tracks each and every application data change and maintains a complete … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Fauna introduces serverless database service, IoT Plug and Play now available in preview, and Oculus Insight

Fauna announced the general availability of FaunaDB Managed Serverless. The new service is a managed cloud database offering that aims to make it easier to obtain a serverless experience in the cloud.  “Developers wanting a powerful data management component for cutting-edge app development can use FaunaDB, while companies wanting to avoid hands-on cloud configuration and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio Code updates, McAfee acquires NanoSec, and Datical announces support for Liquibase 3.7

Microsoft announced the latest updates to Visual Studio Code. The updates include include a new modern icons, as well as the ability to edit string arrays in the Settings UI, reveal search results in File Explorer and show whitespace in selection.  It also includes terminal search UX improvements, better SCSS @import navigation, remote development tutorials … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Cloud Platform database updates, TigerGraph’s PartnerGraph program, and Electron 6.0

Google announced new database options to power enterprise workloads on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).  The enhancements include: Cloud SQL for Microsoft SQL Server in alpha, which enables users to bring existing SQL Server workloads to GCP. Federated queries from BigQuery to Cloud SQL Elastic Cloud on GCP is now available in Japan and coming … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: YugaByte DB

This week’s SD Times Open Source Project of the Week is the newly open-sourced YugaByte DB, which allows users to better collaborate on the distributed SQL database.  The move to the open-source core project distributed under the Apache 2.0 license makes previously closed-sourced features such as distributed backups, data encryption and read replicas more accessible, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oracle’s automated database, Qt and LG partner up on webOS, and Embarcadero extends FireMonkey

Oracle announced the expansion of its autonomous database dedicated service, which allows customers to transform from manually-managed independent databases on premises to a fully-autonomous private database cloud within Oracle’s public cloud.  In a post, the company explained this will eliminate customer concerns about security isolation and operational policies when switching to the cloud. The automated … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mapzen joins the Linux Foundation, OutSystems’ new code-review offerings, and Timescale’s $15 million funding

The Linux Foundation has announced that the open-source mapping platform Mapzen is being accepted as one of its own projects. According to the Linux Foundation, Mapzen provides customizable and easily accessible wide-ranging data sets. “Mapzen is a high-utility technology for developers building aesthetically pleasing maps, which are increasingly important to a wide range of businesses … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress’ DataDirect Autonomous REST Connector, MariaDB Platform X3, and FoundationDB’s Record Layer

Progress has announced the release of Progress DataDirect Autonomous REST Connector. The new solution enables teams to build connectors for applications quickly without needing to write custom code. According to Progress, the Data Direct Autonomous REST Connector allows developers to fully access data from SQL-based applications. The key benefits that the solution offers are broad … continue reading

Melissa simplifies data verification

As applications become increasingly data-intensive, developers need faster, easier, more timely access to accurate customer data. Toward that end, leading provider of global contact data quality and identity verification solutionsMelissa recently introduced open-source low-code and commercial tools. It also created a new division that uses semantic technology and machine reasoning to identify relationships in data … continue reading

Report: Node.js sees strong growth in cloud applications

The community-led Node.js Foundation, which maintains and organizes development of the Node.js JavaScript runtime environment, released the findings of its Node.js User Survey Report today. According to the survey, containers and cloud-native applications are on the rise with 58 percent of surveyed developers using Node.js to develop for Kubernetes and Docker, up from 45 percent … continue reading

AWS releases graph database service Amazon Neptune

Amazon Web Services has announced Amazon Neptune is now generally available. Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service designed to store and navigate connected data. The company first announced the database at its AWS re:Invent conference last year. “Delivered as a fully managed database, Amazon Neptune frees customers to focus on their applications … continue reading

SD Times news digest: WhiteSource’s software composition analysis, MapR’s AI training program, and MariaDB TX 3.0

WhiteSource has announced the launch of its software composition analysis tool, Effective Usage Analysis. The solution provides details on how software components are being used and highlights their impact on the application’s security. According to WhiteSource, the tool will reduce open-source vulnerability alerts by 70 percent.   “Our Effective Usage Analysis technology allows security and … continue reading

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