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Database Firm SingleStore Scores $80M in Series F Funding

SingleStore has announced a successful Series F funding round, netting $80 million in primary capital funding. The database firm, which offers both managed cloud database services and database software, has now raised a Read more…

Starburst Backs Data Mesh Architecture

The emerging data mesh architecture has the potential to keep AI and analytics projects moving forward even as data storage and processing continues to disperse far and wide. One independent backer of the data mesh conce Read more…

Database Migrations Shift Into High Gear

Google Cloud today announced Database Migration Service (DMS), a new service for migrating customers’ MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server relational databases to its hosted database service, called Cloud SQL. Meanwhile, Read more…

Why Databases Are Needed on the Edge

The proliferation of smart devices and the IoT are putting pressure on developers to adopt more sophisticated processes to manage data. Some developers may prefer to continue using simpler file systems to keep track of d Read more…

The Shifting Landscape of Database Systems

3T Software Labs, the company behind the MongoDB NoSQL database tool Studio 3T, has released its 2020 MongoDB Trends Report. The report, which is compiled from four years of interviews and surveys with more than 18,000 d Read more…

Oracle Sees AI Advancing Finance, Supply Chains

Corporate finance and IT departments along with supply chain managers are the largest benefactors of AI technology, according to an emerging technologies study released this week by Oracle. Separately, Oracle (NYSE: O Read more…

Inaugural Distributed SQL Summit to Be Held September 20

The first ever Distributed SQL Summit will be held on September 20, 2019, in San Jose, California. The summit, which is hosted by YugaByte, aims to bring together industry leaders to share best practices and technical kn Read more…

Microsoft Azure Looks to Secure ‘Data Estates’

Cloud giants continue to snap up data management and security startups as they add new capabilities aimed at enterprise customers in the midst of digital transitions. The latest example is Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Read more…

‘Data Workers’ Failing to Cope

More evidence is emerging that “data workers” in general and data scientists in particular are bogged down by the sheer breadth of their company’s data. Meanwhile, the skills gap between data experts and line-of Read more…

RavenDB Adds Graph Queries

RavenDB, the open-source transactional NoSQL document database vendor, has added data replication and other features to the latest release along with the ability to handle graph queries. Along with “pull” data rep Read more…

ML Patent Apps Still Soaring

Intellectual property continues to be the coin of the realm for technology companies, and in few data-driven industries is this truer than the booming field of machine learning. In its annual canvas of the fastest gro Read more…

Data Startups Continue to Draw Suitors

Leading technology companies continue to snap up big data startups spawned by open-source technologies. The latest example is Microsoft’s deal to acquire open-source database specialist Citus Data. In a separate dea Read more…

More Hadoop, YARN Threats Surface

New reports have emerged of expanding security threats targeting cloud-based Hadoop and YARN instances, including more sophisticated attacks described as “multi-vector/multi-platform threats.” Securonix, a securit Read more…

More Databases Running in Containers, Survey Finds

Databases such as MongoDB and PostgreSQL are increasingly being supported by application container infrastructure, signaling a shift to stateful services running in containers, according to a Docker container usage repor Read more…

Graph Databases Ascend to the Cloud

Bucking the trend toward open source databases, cloud vendors continue to promote proprietary graph databases that combine the ability to handle multiple data models with the distribution of data across different cloud r Read more…

Translytical Databases Hit the Ground Running

The push for operational analytics that seeks to eliminate the requirement for constantly moving data between storage and databases to support transaction and analytical workloads is fueling the growth of translytical da Read more…

SQL Databases Integrating NoSQL-like Features

Relational databases (SQL) have been used for decades by nearly every type of business around the world.  The technology is reliable, based on stable standards, and has been mature for more than 20 years. While the c Read more…

MongoDB, Infosys Promote App Migration

Targeting the market for migrating critical enterprise applications from legacy systems to modern platforms, partners MongoDB and outsourcing giant Infosys said they are expanding their application modernization effort f Read more…

Data Recovery Gets Speed, Security Boost

The rise of sophisticated cyber attacks such as ransomware is fueling demand for data backup and recovery platforms that can help companies quickly get back on their feet after an attack. With that in mind, a data manage Read more…

Huawei Adds MapD GPUs to Latest Servers

Data analytics and visualization specialist MapD Technologies has inked a deal with Huawei, the multinational networking and telecommunications giant, to juice the Chinese vendor's server hardware with scalable GPU-suppo Read more…

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