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Can AWS Crack the Code for Data Exchanges?

Nov 14, 2019 |

Data has become a tangible commodity with the potential to be traded like any other good. Like petroleum, it’s the raw feedstock used to create numerous downstream products. However, unlike petroleum, we lack a central market or clearinghouse where parties can easily buy and sell data. Read more…

The Trade War, Supply Chain Risk, and AI

Oct 21, 2019 |

When President Trump implemented new tariffs on Chinese imports earlier this year, it set off a frenzy of activity as manufacturers scoured the globe looking for new suppliers. From solar panels to hand bags to cellular radios, we’re in the midst of major disruption in global supply chains. Read more…

TimescaleDB Delivers Another Option for Time-Series Analytics

Oct 17, 2019 |

Companies that want to run analytics atop time-series data have a few options available to them. One of the newest is TimescaleDB, an extension of PostgreSQL that was released as open source by the company Timescale about a year ago. Read more…

HANA in the Cloud by Christmas, SAP Says

Oct 9, 2019 |

SAP formally revealed the planned general availability of hotly anticipated new cloud data storage products during CTO Juergen Mueller’s keynote address at TechEd conference in Barcelona Monday. Two of those new offerings — Read more…

How LendingTree Sumo-Sized Its IT Monitoring

Sep 20, 2019 |

As an online lending marketplace, LendingTree is totally dependent on the Internet. So when one of the servers that funnels sales leads into the company went down a couple of years ago, the company had a serious problem on its hands. Read more…

News In Brief

Redis Labs Boosts Data Visualization, Cluster Recovery

Nov 15, 2019 |

Building and running Redis databases is about to get easier thanks to a pair of enhancements coming out of Redis Labs this week, including the new RedisInsight client interface that lets users visualize Redis data, as well as automated cluster recovery capabilities when running the database on Kubernetes. Read more…

Higher Abstractions, Lower Complexity in Kafka’s Future

Sep 30, 2019 |

Apache Kafka has established itself as a leader in streaming data. If you want to handle billions (or even trillions) of events per day, Kafka is a pretty good bet. Read more…

Dremio Noses Into Cloud Lakes with Analytics Speedup

Sep 17, 2019 |

Most of today’s big data action is occurring in the cloud, where companies are building massive data lakes atop object storage systems like AWS S3 and Microsoft ADLS. While object stores offer tremendous scalability, they’re notoriously slow. Read more…

Cloudera Rebounds in Q2, Beats Expectations

Sep 6, 2019 |

After a tough first quarter that led to the ouster of its CEO, Cloudera delivered better financial results in the second quarter, according to figures released this week. While the company is still running at a loss and has yet to name a permanent CEO, investors have turned bullish on the stock once again. Read more…

AWS Debuts PartiQL for Query Agnosticism

Aug 6, 2019 |

Amazon Web Services last week debuted partiQL, a new query language that’s agnostic to the type of database, format, or model that the underlying data is stored in. The language, which is based on SQL++, can be used to query data in relational databases as well as less structured systems, such as NoSQL databases and data lakes. Read more…

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