Topic: database

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

SD Times news digest: JetBrains Datalore for Enterprise, Google to require all new apps be published with Android App Bundle, MariaDB partners with AWS

JetBrains released Datalore for Enterprise, a collaborative team environment that helps data scientists to work together in Jupyter Notebooks.   It provides a convenient way to dynamically manage Python environments, helps connect and explore data and introduces smart code autocompletion.  In addition, Datalore for Enterprise allows teams to connect hardware, configure team environments, authenticate users and … continue reading

IBM launches new cloud database as a service offering

IBM is launching a new offering, IBM Cloud Databases powered by IBM Cloud Satellite. The new solution will enable customers to leverage the benefits of cloud databases without needing to manage the systems themselves.  Customers will be able to deploy production grade databases on cloud service providers, their own data centers or in edge locations, … continue reading

Neo4j raises $325 million in Series F funding round

The $325 million Series F funding round for Neo4j marks the largest investment round in database history, according to the company.  “With this largest investment round in databases, we’ve set our sights on ensuring that graph databases become the largest part of the new database market, and Neo4j a generational company that will last for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JFrog updates DevOps platform, Red Hat JBoss EAP now available on Microsoft Azure, and Liquibase expands Database DevOps

JFrog announced new capabilities for its DevOps Platform that enhance binary lifecycle management at scale.  One new capability is Federated Repositories which helps with managing binaries by abstracting the infrastructure layer to create a datacenter transparent repository between different remote locations or instances of the JFrog Platform.  Other new capabilities include signed pipelines for developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Netlify’s Deploy Previews, Scylla Enterprise 2021, and PostgreSQL 14 beta 1

Netlify announced it acquired FeaturePeek, a project that enables developer teams to preview frontend content.  With the acquisition, FeaturePeek’s developer collaboration product is now a core capability within the next generation of Netlify Deploy Previews.  The new generation of Deploy Previews offers live automated previews, a floating UI, feedback that is automatically synced to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LeanIX SaaS Intelligence released, CockroachDB 21.1 released, and LinearB launches ‘Dev Interrupted’

The release of LeanIX SaaS Intelligence uses machine learning and integrations to automatically capture, analyze and report all SaaS applications within the enterprise.  According to the company, the new solution automatically identifies unmanaged contracts, duplicate licenses and wasted cloud software subscriptions.  “We enable companies to make their IT landscape fully visible and easily manageable and … continue reading

The end of “your database”

When I started in web development, the architecture of an application always radiated out from the database. Any application was firmly rooted by its data schema and the first step was sketching out the tables and relationships that would define how data was organized and retrieved. But that’s where the web was, not where it’s … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: TypeScript 4.3 beta, Pluralsight Skills platform free for the month of April, and Julia 1.6

TypeScript 4.3 beta introduces separate write types on properties, an ‘override’ and the ‘–noImplicitOverride’ flag, template string type improvements and more.  When a method is marked with ‘override,’ TypeScript will always make sure that a method with the same name exists in the base class. If writing override on a method isn’t added, the new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Zapier acquires Makerpad, LinearB announces new funding, an Splice Machine 3.1 released

Automation company Zapier announced the acquisition of the no-code education provider Makerpad, a leading content and education platform for learning to build software without code.  “For years we’ve watched in admiration as Ben pushed the limits on what you could build without ever writing a line of code,” said Wade Foster, the co-founder and CEO … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB’s Realm Sync, Sauce Labs acquires AutonomIQ, and Tidelift catalogs now available

MongoDB has announced a new fully managed service that syncs data between the modern Realm mobile database and MongoDB Atlas, which allows organizations to quickly build responsive applications for their customers and remote workforces. “For developers who aspire to build these best-in-class experiences on mobile, Realm Sync can be transformative in reducing the amount of … continue reading

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