Topic: redis labs

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

Redis Labs switches open-source licensing model

In response to the negative reaction to its move to a Commons Clause licensing model, Redis Labs today is introducing the Redis Source Available License (RSAL) for Redis Modules. Redis Modules are add-ons to the Redis database. Last year, the company caused a lot of controversy and confusion when it included the Commons Clause with … continue reading

In-memory technology: Serving up application data to users on the go

Data can be viewed to be as valuable in the digital business world as oil is to the economy. Oil fuels homes, cars, railroads, and even electricity. Data powers the business and revenue. Businesses that want to continue to evolve, transform and improve need are being fueled by their data to tell them where and … continue reading

The Commons Clause causes open-source disruption

A group of software companies and developers are going after cloud infrastructure providers for what they claim is an abuse of the open-source software ecosystem. The group says cloud providers are using open-source software for their own commercial benefit without returning anything back to the open-source community, helping sustain those projects, or giving open source … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parasoft C/C++test, Redis Labs’ new enterprise capabilities, and LINE support in Twilio

Parasoft has announced the latest release of its C and C++ testing solution, Parasoft C/C++test. This version will contain Tool Qualification Kits, which automates the process of creating support documentation. The addition of the Tool Qualification Kits will reduce the potential for human error and the time needed to perform tool qualification, according to the … continue reading

Where does Big Data go from here?

The term Big Data has been bandied about since the 1990s. It was meant to reflect the explosion of data – structured and unstructured — with which organizations are being deluged. They face issues that include the volume of data and the need to capture, store and retrieve, analyze and act upon that information. Technologies … continue reading

Redis Labs Announces Active-Active Geo Distribution

Redis Labs, the home of Redis and provider of Redis Enterprise, today announced that Redis Enterprise is now available with Active-Active geographic distribution. The use of cutting-edge CRDT (Conflict Free Replicated Datatypes) technology allows Redis databases to be deployed globally yet provide local latencies for writes and reads, while simplifying resolution of conflicts and enabling strong eventual … continue reading

Redis 4.0 improves on limitations

Redis 4.0 is out, and while it may not be perfect, it overcomes some important limitations of Redis, according to the Redis team. Salvatore Sanfilippo, a programmer who is part of Redis Labs, writes that several features in Redis 4.0, which is now generally available, is a “measurable step” towards Redis 4.2. Some of these … continue reading

The EFF AI Progress Measurement experiment, Infragistics Ultimate 17.1, and Erlang/OTP 20.0 — SD Times news digest: June 22, 2017

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is keeping a close eye on artificial intelligence and machine learning, and it wants help from the research community to continue doing so. The organization announced the EFF AI Progress Measurement experiment, which is a pilot project to track the progress happening in the AI field. The EFF encourages researchers … continue reading

Redis Labs expands enterprise capabilities

In order to expand Redis’ usage in mission-critical applications globally, Redis Labs today announced several new Redis Enterprise capabilities. These capabilities include an IoT blueprint for IoT applications, a multi-master geographically distributed Redis Enterprise, and a new zero-touch experience for Redis Enterprise Flash. The blueprint for using Redis in IoT applications consists of device support, … continue reading

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