Topic: nosql

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

Hackolade releases version 1.7 of its data modeling software

Hackolade is giving developers a new tool compatible with the most recent MongoDB features and MongoDB Cloud Service. The data modeling for NoSQL company announced the release of Hackolade version 1.7, a new release of its data modeling software. It will support both MongoDB version 3.4 and MongoDB Atlas. Hackolade increases data agility for MongoDB … continue reading

Code Analyzer

Pepperdata Code Analyzer, Couchbase’s Engagement Database, and DataStax Managed Cloud — SD Times news digest: May 23, 2017

Pepperdata announced a new product that identifies lines of code and stages of performance issues that are related to CPU, memory, or network and disk I/O. The Pepperdata Code Analyzer for Apache Spark provides Spark application developers with the means to find performance issues and connect them to a specific block of code within their … continue reading

GitLab 9.0, Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.2, Hackster Apps, and IntelliJ IDEA 2017.1 — SD Times news digest: March 23, 2017

After 18 months after it shipped version 8.0, GitLab announced this week that GitLab 9.0 has been released with new features like subgroups and deploy boards. With GitLab 9.0, the company wants to make strides in simplifying its global, group and project navigation. GitLab 9.0 ships with subgroups, which is a new paradigm of groups … continue reading

Etcd goes to 3.1

CoreOS updated its key value store, etcd, on Friday. This was the first full release for the Raft-based key-value store in the new year. The update focused on performance, reliability and scalability improvements. For many users, etcd is better known as the configuration storage system used by Google’s Kubernetes container-management platform. Etcd 3.1 included features … continue reading

MongoDB can now store graph databases

Users of the MongoDB NoSQL data store can now store graph databases in it. Today the company announced the introduction of MongoDB 3.4, and with it came a host of new features, including the ability to host graph databases. Kelly Stirman, vice president of strategy and product marketing at MongoDB, said this update focuses on … continue reading

JavaOne vendors talk tools, Oracle

At Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne this week, the software development industry was on hand to show off its new tools and to comment on Oracle’s myriad announcements. Oracle founder and chairman Larry Ellison doubled-down on cloud technologies, offering more cloud services, a cloud-in-a-box on-premise system, and a road map for Java EE. On the outside, … continue reading

Chatting Cassandra with Jonathan Ellis

Tomorrow morning, Cassandra Summit kicks off in San Jose. The event highlights the growth in popularity of the Apache Cassandra NoSQL project, as well as the expansion of Valley-darling database company DataStax. We caught up with DataStax cofounder and CTO Jonathan Ellis to chat about his recent decision to step down from the chairmanship of … continue reading

Jonathan Ellis steps down from Cassandra Project

DataStax CTO Jonathan Ellis has stepped down from his position as chairman of the Apache Cassandra Project. As a cofounder of DataStax, he has been directing the Cassandra Project since 2010. On Friday Ellis announced his intention to step down. “In my case, I have been serving as the Chair for Apache Cassandra for seven … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Hybrid data connectivity makes sense

As mobile, Internet of Things and Big Data applications loom on the horizon, NoSQL databases have increased in popularity for real-time data analytics, data archiving and batch data analytics. While you can use NoSQL to replace relational databases, Progress’s 2016 Data Connectivity Outlook Survey found that relational databases are still going strong. SD Times spoke … continue reading

MongoDB World 2016: Sumo Logic App for MongoDB, Infusion’s collaboration, Happiest Minds’ R2M solution, and Basis Technology’s technical partnership

MongoDB held its user conference in New York City this week, where more than 2,000 attendees gathered to network and learn more about how they can utilize the NoSQL database. “With data and analytics powering companies in every sector, the MongoDB community continues to grow rapidly,” said Dev Ittycheria, president and CEO of MongoDB. “MongoDB … continue reading

NewSQL: Trying to solve what SQL and NoSQL can’t on their own

NewSQL and NoSQL have similarities and differences. The “right” database choice is all about the use case, as always. Depending on what your company is trying to accomplish, you likely have a mix of SQL and NoSQL solutions. And if you don’t, you likely will in the future. Like NoSQL, NewSQL was designed for modern … continue reading

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