Tag Archives: Databases

IDG Contributor Network: Simpler applications and smarter databases, Part 2

In my last blog post, I talked about the emergence of NoSQL as an antidote to the deficiencies of traditional SQL RDBMS products, and I concluded with the question about where the data management industry is going given the current … Continue reading

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Best of NoSQL: 7 document databases compared

“The right tool for the right job.” If such wisdom holds true anywhere, it certainly holds true with the choice of database a developer picks for a given application. Document databases, one of the family of data products collectively referred … Continue reading

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NoSQL Databases: An Enterprise Necessity

Here’s a look at enterprise plans for implementation of NoSQL databases, and some of the top vendors providing this technology. InformationWeek: Cloud

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Google says its databases are enterprise ready

Google is continuing its campaign to entice enterprises to its public cloud platform by rolling out database services stable enough to serve businesses’ production workloads.   To that end, the company announced the general availability of three database-focused products: the … Continue reading

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Next-Generation Databases Shift IT Priorities

As organizations consider analytics in an era of big data, they are also considering a range of new database types to accommodate the challenges that come with it. A new survey looks at the databases under consideration, the big concerns … Continue reading

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