Topic: database

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Speedb

The Speedb open-source project is a high-performance NoSQL database that is optimized for speed and scalability. It is designed to handle large scale data workloads and provides a variety of features to make it easy to use and manage. The project is maintained by Speedb and forked from Rocksdb, developed by Facebook.  The project uses … continue reading

Google announces AppSheet databases for citizen development

Google announced the public preview of AppSheet databases, a built-in database for citizen developers to easily and securely manage their data using AppSheet.  This extends the functionality of Google’s AppSheet by allowing users to create and manage databases within the AppSheet platform, enabling them to keep track of their data and making it possible to … continue reading

Quest Software Announces Public Beta for SharePlex for PostgreSQL

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. – Sept. 22, 2022 – Quest Software, a global systems management, data protection and security software provider, today announced the public beta of SharePlex for PostgreSQL. SharePlex is the industry-leading database management and replication solution designed to help customers ensure high availability and facilitate the movement of data between platforms. Businesses are … continue reading

Cockroach Labs announces general availability of serverless database

Cockroach Labs announced the general availability of its serverless database that can help teams accelerate their software design cycles. “We envision a world where your data-intensive applications effortlessly and securely serve millions of customers anywhere on the planet, with the exact right capacity for that moment – all enabled by a simple SQL API in … continue reading

Analytics company created by Apache Druid founders announces major milestones

Analytics company Imply has announced the second major milestone in Project Shapeshift, which is a 12-month initiative where the company is attempting to solve the challenges developers face when building analytics applications.  Imply was founded by the original creators of the real-time database Apache Druid. One achievement included in this milestone is the development of … continue reading

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

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