Topic: json

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

Developers can create their own PowerShell cmdlets with release of PowerShell Crescendo framework

Microsoft announced the general availability release of PowerShell Crescendo, which is a framework that lets developers create PowerShell cmdlets, or lightweight commands, for common command-line tools.  The tool is a development accelerator that enables users to “rapidly build PowerShell cmdlets that leverage existing command-line tools,” according to Microsoft.  It amplifies the command-line experience of the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JSON Schema joins OpenJS Foundation; Octopus Deploy acquires Dist; Lumatave closes $6 million funding round

The team at JSON Schema recently unveiled that JSON Schema is the newest technical project hosted under the OpenJS Foundation. JSON Schema is a vocabulary that allows for the annotation and validation of JSON documents. Additionally, JSON Schema defines how a JSON should be structured and provides users with human and machine readable documentation. “We … continue reading

The move from RDBMS to NoSQL requires optimizing over time

Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to meet performance and scalability requirements that today’s troves of data demand. The shift from relational database management systems (RDBMS) to NoSQL is becoming increasingly prevalent.  “Most applications that we see go to NoSQL are Greenfield, but we’ve also started to see more migrations recently from relational backends … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Altova 2020, TPG completes acquisition of CollabNet VersionOne, CodeStream 4.0

The 2020 release of Altova is now available. The release includes Altova MissionKit  desktop developer tools and server software products. In addition, version 2020 focuses on JSON with a new JSON Grid View designed to speed up JSON editing in XMLSpy. “We have heard from customers who are progressively utilizing XMLSpy for their JSON development … continue reading

MySQL 8.0 now available

Oracle has announced a major release of its open-source relational database management system MySQL. MySQL 8.0 delivers a number of improvements designed for database administrators and developers building the next generation of web, embedded, mobile, and cloud aps. “MySQL is the most trusted and widely used open source database platform in use today. 10 out … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Git 2.17, Android app excellence and Visual Studio 1.22

The open source Git project has announced the release of Git 2.17.0. Updates include bug fixes from previous versions, and new features such as coloring moved code, speeding up status with watchman, and finding objects in history. The new color moved options is designed to group moved lines of code so developers can easily identify … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: ksonnet

Heptio is marking a year in business with the release of what it’s calling a “new chapter” for ksonnet, its tool for storing and generating application configurations for Kubernetes deployments. Ksonnet uses a jsonnet, Heptio’s custom language for manipulating and producing JSON documents to generate Kubernetes manifests or YAML, which aren’t human-readable. “Our first efforts … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: Ghost 1.0

Ghost, a once tiny prototype idea for blogging, has turned into a fully functional open source blogging platform. The platform today announced its 100th release of Ghost, along with Ghost 1.0, which contains refactors, improvements, and fixes to the entire codebase. The big feature in Ghost 1.0 is a new editor that comes with a … continue reading

JSON vs. XML: The battle for format supremacy may be wasted energy

Back in the late 90s, when standards were proprietary and communication protocols complicated, two data formats appeared on the horizon. The first was the extensible markup language, born as an extension of an existing markup language standard (XML), and designed (by an open committee) with the purpose of storing and defining documents and data through … continue reading

SlamData’s 4.2 release lets users understand data structure, analytics

In order to eliminate all the data preparation and mapping that comes with today’s Big Data challenges, SlamData, a data analytics company, announced 4.2 of its platform with no-code BI for NoSQL, and the ability to explore and embed interactive data reports. According to CEO of SlamData Jeff Carr, over the last eight to 10 years, … continue reading

Microsoft’s Git Virtual File System, Twilio Proxy, and MariaDB TX 2.0 — SD Times news digest: May 25, 2017

Microsoft is providing an update on its Git Virtual File System (GVFS), the company’s effort to scale Git to large projects and teams. According to Brian Harry, a technical fellow at Microsoft, the company has created the largest Git repository available. Over the last three months, Microsoft has largely completed the roll out of GVFS … continue reading

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