Topic: database

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: SurrealDB

SurrealDB is a multi-model database that offers scalability and adaptability so that developers can fit it to their use cases. The project maintainers call it “the ultimate cloud database for tomorrow’s applications.” It reduces development time by eliminating the need for a lot of server-side components required by other databases. The database can also function … continue reading

Cloudflare announces GA releases for D1, Hyperdrive, and Workers Analytics Engine

Cloudflare has announced the general availability (GA) release of three new products aimed at making full-stack development easier for development teams. The first release is the serverless SQL database D1. With this GA release, the platform is also gaining a number of requested features from the beta, such as support for 10GB databases, new data … continue reading

Foundational raises $8 million in seed funding to apply AI to database changes

The AI-powered data analytics platform Foundational has just announced $8 million in seed funding and the general availability of its platform, which is designed to enable developers to find and fix data issues before code containing it is deployed.  The funding round was led by Viola Ventures and Gradient, and Asymmetric Venture Partners and executives … continue reading

DBOS announces FaaS platform DBOS Cloud and $8.5 million in seed funding

DBOS announced that it has raised $8.5 million in seed funding, and released its first product offering. The funding was led by Engine Ventures and Construct Capital, along with Sinewave, and GutBrain Ventures. DBOS (database oriented operating system) runs operating system services on top of high-performance distributed databases, creating a scalable, fault-tolerant, and cyber-resilient foundation … continue reading

Couchbase adds vector search to database platform

The database company Couchbase has added vector search to Couchbase Capella and Couchbase Server. According to the company, vector search allows similar objects to be discovered in a search query, even if they are not a direct match, as it returns “nearest-neighbor results.”  Vector search also supports text, images, audio, and video by first converting … continue reading

MongoDB Atlas Stream Processing in public preview

Atlas Stream Processing, a solution that aggregates and enriches streams of high velocity, rapidly changing event data, and unifies working with data, is now in public preview. In the transition from private to public preview, Atlas Stream Processing has focused on enhancing the developer experience to position itself as a go-to solution for development teams. … continue reading

PlanetScale Insights Anomalies introduces smart query monitoring

An update to PlanetScale called Insights Anomalies introduces smart query monitoring to detect slower-than-expected queries in databases. PlanetScale’s Insights Anomalies is designed to simplify the process of assessing a database’s health and troubleshooting issues, according to the company in a blog post. The primary goal is to offer a clear overview of the database’s status … continue reading

Neo4j announces partnership with AWS to reduce AI hallucinations

Neo4j entered into a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with AWS in a collaboration that aims to enhance generative AI outcomes by combining knowledge graphs and native vector search.  The goal is to reduce generative AI hallucinations, making results more accurate, transparent, and explainable. This partnership addresses a common challenge for developers working with LLMs, … continue reading

Cloudflare releases platform for AI inference

Cloudflare has launched Workers AI, a solution designed to provide the necessary infrastructure for efficiently and cost-effectively scaling and deploying AI models, catering to the upcoming generation of AI applications. The company has established strategic partnerships to offer GPU access on its global network, enabling low-latency AI inference near users. Paired with the Data Localization … continue reading

DataStax announces vector search capabilities in its on-prem Apache Cassandra database

DataStax announced the availability of vector search capabilities in DataStax Enterprise (DSE), the on-premises database built on the open-source Apache Cassandra. This enables any enterprise to build applications with the power of generative AI in their own datacenter. DataStax has introduced vector search capabilities to its DataStax Enterprise (DSE) database, following the recent rollout of … continue reading

EnterpriseDB (“EDB”) Names Former Microsoft Executive and CEO of Wind River Kevin Dallas as Chief Executive Officer

BEDFORD, Mass., Aug. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EnterpriseDB (“EDB”), the leader in accelerating Postgres® in the enterprise, today announced that Kevin Dallas has joined the company as its new Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors. Dallas succeeds EDB President, CEO & Chairman of the Board Ed Boyajian, who will remain … continue reading

InfluxDB 3.0 released with rebuilt database and storage engine for time series analytics

InfluxDB announced expanded time series capabilities across its product portfolio with the release of InfluxDB 3.0, the company’s rebuilt database and storage engine for time series analytics. “InfluxDB 3.0 is a major milestone for InfluxData, developed with cutting-edge technologies focused on scale and performance to deliver the future of time series,” said Evan Kaplan, CEO … continue reading

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