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Kafka Spawns Open-Source KarelDB

Sep 30, 2019 |

Apache Kafka and its accompanying key-value store are being used to provide persistent storage for a growing list of relational databases. Most used a key-value store as a foundation.

Among the latest to emerge is KarelDB, a relational database built almost entirely on open source components, including Apache Calcite for the SQL engine along with Apache Omid for transactions and control features. Read more…

ScyllaDB Gives Cohabitation of OLAP and OLTP A Shot

May 14, 2019 |

ScyllaDB today announced the availability of a new feature of its Apache Cassandra-compatible database called “workload prioritization” that it says will eliminate the need for organizations to maintain separate database clusters for analytical and transactional applications. Read more…

Flink Delivers ACID Transactions on Streaming Data

Sep 4, 2018 |

The folks behind Apache Flink just delivered something you may not have realized you needed: ACID guarantees in a stream processing framework. According to data Artisans, its new Streaming Ledger offering could even replace relational databases in some use cases, upping the ante in big data’s ongoing architectural war. Read more…

MemSQL Gains Traction, New Investors

May 16, 2018 |

MemSQL, the database vendor that touts its architecture as capable of handling both data analytics and transactions, announced a $30 million funding round led by, GV, the former Google Ventures. Read more…

Full ACID Support Means ‘Game Over’ for Relational, MongoDB Says

Feb 15, 2018 |

MongoDB today revealed that it’s now supporting multi-document ACID transaction guarantees with version 4.0 of its database. When it becomes generally available later this year, MongoDB says it will have eliminated the last hurdle preventing enterprises from moving off relational databases. Read more…

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