Topic: nosql

SD Times news digest: Android for Cars App Library 1.1, MariaDB announces a technical preview of NoSQL listener capability, and Rezilion funding

Today, Android announced the release of the beta version of Android for Cars App Library version 1.1. Android Auto apps using features like map interactivity, vehicle’s hardware data, multiple-length text, log message, and sign-in templates, can now be utilized in cars in cars with Android Auto 6.7+.  With this, Android also completes the transition to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apache Drill

The Apache Drill Project announced the release of Apache DrillTM v1.19, the schema-free Big Data SQL query engine for Apache Hadoop, NoSQL, and Cloud storage. “Drill 1.19 is our biggest release ever,” said Charles Givre, the Vice President of Apache Drill. “With an already short learning curve, Drill 1.19 makes it even easier for users … 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

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: Scrum Guide update, Aerospike adds expressions for NoSQL Database 5, and DataStax released K8ssandra

Scrum.org has announced updates to the Scrum Framework as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. Updates include simplified language, less prescriptive and emphasis on the Scrum team and its need to be self-managing.  “Over the years, the Scrum Guide started getting a bit more prescriptive, yet our goal has always been to retain it as a … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Scylla Open Source Database

Scylla is an open source NoSQL database that leverages Apache Cassandra’s innovation and elevates it to the next level.  According to the Scylla team, Scylla is implemented in C++14 and offers a “shared-nothing, thread-per-code design.”  Scylla’s website claims: “You get the best of all worlds: the scale-out, fault tolerance of Cassandra, with the throughput of … continue reading

Switching to NoSQL is easier than you might think

While many companies still utilize relational databases, the benefits of NoSQL databases are clear, whether that’s the ability to handle large volumes of structured or unstructured data, perform Agile sprints or its flexibility and scalability. And moving to a NoSQL database is easier than most think. Brian Hess, the strategic solution engineer at DataStax, explained … continue reading

Google releases serverless NoSQL document database

Google Cloud is on the path towards a serverless future with the general availability release of its serverless NoSQL document database solution Cloud Firestore. The solution leverages cloud-native technologies to provide the ability for users to store, sync and query data for their web, mobile and IoT apps. Features include live synchronization, offline support and … continue reading

MongoDB acquires cloud database platform provider mLab

MongoDB has announced a new acquisition to help strengthen its position among developer communities. mLab is a San Francisco-based cloud database service. According to MongoDB, mLab has had experience with developer-centric startup communities, and this new acquisition will help deepen MongoDB’s relationship and involvement with developers. mLab was first launched in 2011 as a Database-as-a-Service … continue reading

NoSQL, data governance and the rise of the application developer

Application developers, your day has come. You are inhabiting a new world of development, where the business calls on you to create solutions that tend to be real-time and mobile. Digital transformation and developing unique applications are now core to driving the business forward. Essentially, application development has become the business. The focus on delivering … continue reading

Couchbase releases new managed database service

Couchbase is tackling challenges that come with managing database infrastructure in the cloud with the launch of Couchbase Managed Cloud. Couchbase Managed Cloud is a managed database service designed to eliminate the tedious and time-consuming task of maintaining and managing data in the cloud. The solution is being offered in partnership with Rackspace and will … 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

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