Tag Archive for NoSQL database

Gartner Uncovers Who’s Cool In The Supply Chain

Gartner recently released its report dubbed, “Cool Vendors in Supply Chain Services,” which gives kudos to providers that use cloud computing as an enabler or delivery mechanism for capabilities that help enterprises to better manage their supply chains. On that list of vendors building cloud solutions and leveraging big data and analytics to optimize the supply chain is…

MarkLogic 7 Enhances Enterprise NoSQL with Semantics

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by Angela Guess According to a new article out of the company, “MarkLogic Corporation [yesterday] announced the latest version of its Enterprise NoSQL database platform, MarkLogic® 7. To help organizations gain better operational agility and optimize storage costs, MarkLogic 7 supports cloud computing, can run natively on the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), and has…

Couchbase is Taking NoSQL Mobile

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen of Information Week recently wrote, “Couchbase, the support provider behind the open-source NoSQL database of the same name, is trying to get ahead of mobile application demand with a new three-part ‘JSON Anywhere’ strategy announced [a week ago]. Couchbase is a key value document store that can read and write…

Amazon Cuts Price of DynamoDB NoSQL Database

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by Angela Guess In a new article for TechCrunch, Frederic Lardinois reports, “Amazon just announced a large price reduction for its cloud-hosted NoSQL DynamoDB database service. Provision throughput capacity – that is, the number of reads and writes your application uses – now costs 35 percent less, and the price for indexed storage dropped by 75 percent. DynamoDB…

Introduction to: Triplestores

Triplestores are Database Management Systems (DBMS) for data modeled using RDF. Unlike Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), which store data in relations (or tables) and are queried using SQL, triplestores store RDF triples and are queried using SPARQL. A key feature of many triplestores is the ability to do inference. It is important to note…

Oracle Announces Version 2.0 of NoSQL Database

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by Angela Guess Oracle has announced the release of version 2.0 of the company’s NoSQL database: “Oracle NoSQL Database 2.0 adds efficient support for storage and retrieval of large objects such as documents and images, as well as dynamic elasticity and automatic rebalancing for allocating storage and compute resources in response to changing production data…

New NoSQL Database: KitaroDB

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by Angela Guess According to a new article, “Synergex International Corp. today announced their release of KitaroDB 1.0, a free NoSQL database that runs natively in the WinRT, Win32, and .NET environments. KitaroDB is a fast, efficient data store that supports key-value pairs as well as intrusive keys, and can be used by developers across…

Introducing Accumulo, a NoSQL Database

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by Angela Guess Jeff Kelly of SiliconAngle recently discussed NoSQL solution Accumulo, “an open source database originally developed at the National Security Agency. You may be wondering why the world needs yet another database to handle large volumes of multi-structured data. The answer is, of course, that no one of these NoSQL databases has yet…

VoltDB Announces Availability of VoltDB-S at NoSQL Now!

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by Angela Guess At the NoSQL Now! Conference, VoltDB announced the availability of VoltDB-S, “the world’s first database to accommodate millions of transactions per second, targeted specifically at emerging companies building innovative solutions. With this offering, VoltDB brings its revolutionary speed to startup and other emerging companies that need to perform real-time operations and analytics…