In this special guest feature Mike Azevedo, CEO of Clustrix, discusses how significant spikes in simultaneous transaction processing are placing more demands on relational databases than ever.
Aerospike, the high-performance NoSQL database company recognized for speed at scale leadership, announced it has released version 3.7 of its NoSQL database. With new features that enable richer, more personalized applications, more efficient operations and greater stability across public and private clouds, Aerospike is advancing the development of mission-critical, transactional applications that can scale to millions of transactions per second.
VoltDB, a purpose-built database for fast data applications, announced the availability of its newest release, VoltDB v6.0. The game-changing combination of the world’s fastest operational database with fast data ingest/export, now with geospatial support, meets the needs of businesses bringing next-gen applications to market.
In this special guest feature Tarun Thakur of Datos IO, discusses the changing nature of storage and recovery in a distributed database world.
Deep Information Sciences, the company that reimagined MySQL for the on-demand economy, reported an impressive end to 2015, with strong customer traction, a doubling of staff and multiple industry awards, just eight months after launching DeepSQL, a leading adaptive database engine.
MarkLogic Corporation, the Enterprise NoSQL database platform provider, announced the latest version of its database, MarkLogic® 8, has received common criteria security certification.
The presentation by Sergey Sverchkov during JAX London below focuses on real-world successful attempts to benchmark four of the most popular NoSQL databases side by side.
EnterpriseDB® Announces Improved Database Integration, Scalability and Data Analytics Productivity with Newly Released PostgreSQL 9.5
EnterpriseDB® (EDB™), a leading enterprise Postgres database company, announced the general availability of PostgreSQL 9.5, released by the Postgres community. The new 9.5 version boosts performance and scalability, enhances productivity with data analytics.
In this slide deck presentation below, Jake VanderPlas, discusses how you can use your coding skills to “hack statistics” – to replace some of the theory and jargon with intuitive computational approaches such as sampling, shuffling, cross-validation, and Bayesian methods.
You can now access the genome sequence data of 3,024 rice varieties that have been aligned and analyzed against five different reference genomes as an AWS Public Data Set. The data contains over 30 million genetic variations that span across all known and predicted rice genes, as well as potential regulatory regions surrounding these genes.