Topic: database

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Appsmith

Appsmith, the open-source low code software that helps developers build internal tools announced that it has raised $41 million in Series B funding. With Appsmith, software engineers can build internal and CRUD (create, read, update and delete) type applications quickly.  Software engineers can build user interfaces with pre-built components and code business logic by connecting … continue reading

JetBrains releases update for Datalore Enterprise

JetBrains announced the launch of Datalore Enterprise 2022.2, an update to its collaborative data science and BI platform for teams, available on-premises and in the private cloud. The new version can be set up in AWS, GCP, Azure or an on-premises machine with the new Docker-based installation. Users can also migrate to Kubernetes later on … continue reading

Altova MobileTogether 8.0 released

Altova announced the release of MobileTogether 8.0, a rapid app development platform for building enterprise solutions and native apps for iOS, Android, and Windows.  The new release adds new features such as a new way of interacting with relational databases, support for modularization, and more.  MobileTogether 8.0 offers a new Database Wizard and support for … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Grafana Mimir

Grafana Mimir is a scalable open-source time series database that allows enterprises to scale to over 1 billion metrics, and features benefits like simplified deployment, high availability, and more.  The project is built on the foundations of Cortex, which was started in order to build scalable Prometheus-compatible solutions designed to be run as a SaaS … continue reading

RedisJSON 2.0 introduces new indexing capabilities

Data platform Redis has announced the release of RedisJSON 2.0. RedisJSON is a JSON-standards in-memory database. According to the company, this type of database has many benefits over the commonly used relational databases, which Redis explained can be inflexible and have scaling issues. To help address those shortcomings, RedisJSON offers flexible deployment options, cost savings … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Quickwit

Quickwit is an open-source search engine on object storage with subsecond latency for large datasets.  The project made by the authors of the Rust search engine library tantivy recently raised $2.6 million in a seed round co-led by FirstMark and firstminute with many more participants.  Quickwit 0.2 was launched in January with new features such … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: immudb

Immudb is a database written in Go that is immutable, which means that history is preserved and can’t be changed without clients noticing.  “Traditional database transactions and logs are hard to scale and are mutable, so there is no way to know for sure if your data has been compromised,” the project’s website states. “Immudb … continue reading

The surprising truth about re-platforming databases to public cloud

Enterprises are moving full steam to the public cloud unencumbered by what is happening in the economy. If anything, volatility due to Covid has raised the importance of cloud benefits and the prospect of flexibility and scalability has further accelerated this movement. Enterprises no longer view public cloud as merely Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android for Cars App Library 1.1, MariaDB announces a technical preview of NoSQL listener capability, and Rezilion funding

Today, Android announced the release of the beta version of Android for Cars App Library version 1.1. Android Auto apps using features like map interactivity, vehicle’s hardware data, multiple-length text, log message, and sign-in templates, can now be utilized in cars in cars with Android Auto 6.7+.  With this, Android also completes the transition to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: VCs pouring money into blockchain companies, Checkmarx acquires Dustico, ONUG names two new members to its board

Blockchain companies have raised $30.4 billion in total funding, marking an increase of 44% within a year, according to Block Arabia, a news media site in the field of financial markets. Crunchbase data showed that 2018 was a record year for blockchain investment, but the next two years saw a significant slump. This year, investors … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android giving extension to comply with new Play Payments Policy, Sentry performance monitoring for iOS and Release Health for Python, Sysdig to acquire Apolicy

Android stated that it would extend the September 30th deadline for adhering to the Google Play Payments policy to March 31st, 2022.  Starting on July 22nd, developers can appeal for an extension through the Help Center. Android said it will review each request and get back to requests as soon as possible. Additional details are … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parallel Agile releases new version of Codebot, Hazelcast announces Hazelcast Platform, CognitiveScale announces Cortex Fabric 6

Parallel Agile announced a new version of CodeBot, a low-code MongoDB, Express, React and Node (MERN) stack application generator that now connects screens to databases and provides an extensive library of UI components. “This release finally achieves our product goal of an end-to-end application generator, which supports an evolutionary, domain-driven approach to agile development,” said … continue reading

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