The History of Time in Data Models

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. In my last blogpost Timely Concerns in Data Models, we looked at the basic challenges of dealing with time dependencies in Data Modeling. I promised to continue this quest by going over the history of these issues. How well have we actually solved these challenges? So, hop […]

RavenDB Launches Managed Cloud Database Service

According to a recent press release, “RavenDB, a leading provider of database infrastructure solutions, today announced that the company has launched its new RavenDB Cloud managed database service. RavenDB Cloud performs all the daily tasks such as maintaining hardware servers, installation, configuration, monitoring internals and security for its users worldwide. RavenDB Cloud’s database cluster provides […]

How to Design Schema for Your NoSQL Database?

Click to learn more about author Akshay Pore. In my previous blogs I outlined a framework to perform a fit analysis for choosing the right NoSQL database for your application: NoSQL Data Architecture & Data Governance: Everything You Need to Know How to Choose the Right NoSQL Database for Your Application? After choosing a NoSQL database, […]

EnterpriseDB Acquired by Great Hill Partners

According to a new press release, “EnterpriseDB, the enterprise Postgres company, today announced it has been acquired by Great Hill Partners, a leading growth-oriented private equity firm. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed. With over 4,000 global customers, EnterpriseDB is the top developer of Postgres software for the enterprise. Customers use EnterpriseDB […]

The Third Generation of Graph Databases

The graph database, very simply, is a database that recognizes the “relationships” between data to be as important as the data itself. A graph database is designed to hold data while not limiting it to a pre-established model. The data in such a database shows how each individual entity is connected with or related to […]

MariaDB’s ‘Restful Nights’ Release Brings Peace of Mind to Enterprise Customers

A new press release reports, “MariaDB® Corporation today announced the release of MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4, code named “Restful Nights” for the peace of mind it brings enterprise customers. Databases are the backbone of critical business services used everyday. A database failure can result in sleepless nights for everyone involved. The new MariaDB Enterprise Server […]

Timely Concerns in Data Models

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. The Component Parts of Data Models Back in March 2019 I published a post here on DATAVERSITY® titled The Atoms and Molecules of Data Models. The objective was to scope ”a universal set of constituents in data models across the board”. I used this classic data model, […]

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