Topic: databases

Guest View: OLAP + OLTP = …PostgreSQL?

PostgreSQL is a popular open-source OLTP database for systems of record. It’s the fourth most-widely used database in the world, and its popularity has grown more than any other database for three of the last four years in a row, according to the recent DB-Engines database rankings. Despite the widespread use of PostgreSQL by application … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Cloud SQL Insights, Thundra Sidekick IntelliJ IDEA Plugin, and the Linkerd Steering Committee

Google has announced Cloud SQL Insights, a new insights tool is designed to help developers understand and resolve database performance issues on Cloud SQL. According to Google, developers typically don’t have the tools or skills necessary to solve problems, and database administrators are often unavailable. “Insights complements your existing APM and observability tools. Insights provides … continue reading

HCL launches cloud-native database OneDB

HCL wants to address its users’ changing data demands with the release of OneDB, a cloud-native enterprise database for data-driven platforms. According to the company, OneDB was designed with multi-model capabilities and automated management functions.  Key features include: The ability to deploy OneDB as a Docker container for applications at the edge, on premises or … continue reading

dtSearch announces new database indexer

Enterprise and developer text retrieval solution provider dtSearch has announced a new database indexer add-on designed to extend its “off the shelf” research. The database indexer enables SQL indexing without any programming. According to the company, without the indexer users will have to search SQL data with the dtSearch Engine SDK as well as C++, … continue reading

New Amazon Aurora integrations make machine learning more accessible to developers

AWS is trying to make it easier for developers to leverage machine learning with new integrations with Amazon Aurora. According to AWS, in order to use machine learning on data in a relational database, you would need to create a custom application that would read the data from the database, then apply the machine learning … continue reading

SD Times news digest: DigitalOcean announces managed databases for MySQL and Redis, Waymo’s Open Dataset, and GitHub Enterprise Server 2.18

DigitalOcean is expanding on its managed database solutions with new releases for MySQL and Redis. Managed databases are a critical component of application development and provides terabytes of storage, ability to process thousands of I/O operations, and enables data access with minimum latency, the company explained.  The new releases allows developers to now use MySQL … continue reading

MongoDB looks beyond databases

MongoDB is looking to expand itself beyond databases and transform into a data platform company. The company made a number of data-focused announcements as well as serverless and security features at its MongoDB World conference this week in New York. MongoDB announced beta versions of Atlas Data Lake, Atlas Full-Text Search and the general availability … continue reading

Redis Labs introduces new database models

Redis Labs is introducing two new data models and a new data programmability paradigm for multi-model operations. RedisTimeSeries collects and stores high volume and high velocity data, and organizes that data by time intervals. The solution also allows organizations to point out specific data points using capabilities such as downsampling, aggregation, and compression. According to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Waymo improves disengagement rate, Google’s app security in 2018, and Microsoft’s AppWindow

Self-driving company Waymo has released a report detailing its disengagements, or how often a human had to take over driving, in California. According to the company, its disengagement rate in California dropped to 0.09 per 1000 miles in 2018, which is a 50 percent reduction and 96 percent increase in the average miles driven between … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Scylla

With data having an impact on almost every part of today’s business, Scylla wants to make sure applications are powered by a database that can handle the influx of data without compromising performance. Scylla is a NoSQL database that provides low latency, always-on availability, high throughput, is scalable, easy to use, and community-backed. “Scylla is … continue reading

PostgreSQL 11 now available

The PostgreSQL team has announced a major update to its open-source relational database. PostgreSQL 11 has been released with performance improvements, and specific enhancements for large databases and high computational workloads. According to the team, this is the first major release since last year when PostgreSQL 10 was released. Additionally, the release includes updates to … continue reading

DBmaestro DevOps Platform 7.5 focuses on flexibility, better tracking and project hierarchy

DevOps database solution provider DBmaestro has announced the latest release of its CI/CD and release automation solution. DBmaestro DevOps Platform 7.5 rolls out with a focus on flexibility and compliance. In addition, the release provides PostgreSQL support. According to the company, PostgreSQL is quickly becoming the leading database for DevOps teams. DB-Engines ranks it fourth … continue reading

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