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Imanis Data Unveils Industry-First Autonomous, Machine Learning-Powered Backup

A recent press release reports, “Imanis Data, the leader in enterprise data management powered by machine learning, today announced a major upgrade to the Imanis Data Management Platform, continuing the company’s momentum since raising $13.5 million Series B funding earlier this year. The new Version 4.0 includes multiple industry firsts including autonomous backup, any-point-in-time recovery […]

Datasparc Inc. Announces New Feature for DBHawk

by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, “Datasparc is committed to providing one platform to manage heterogeneous databases. It lets enterprises receive and provide quick and secure access to their ad-hoc data needs, regardless if it’s stored on premises, in the cloud, in NoSQL or in a relational database. Datasparc’s steady progress can be […]

ScyllaDB Introduces Scylla Manager for Greater Centralized Control of Scylla Database Clusters

by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “ScyllaDB, the next generation of NoSQL, today announced Scylla Manager, a new addition to Scylla Enterprise that improves the manageability and reduces the administration of Scylla deployments. Scylla Manager centralizes cluster administration and automates recurrent tasks, such as periodic repair to Scylla Enterprise clusters, bringing greater […]

In-Memory Computing Platforms Respond to Evolving Enterprise Data Use Needs

In its just-released report, Cool Vendors in In-Memory Computing Technology 2016, Gartner highlighted a handful of interesting and innovative solutions within the In-Memory Computing (IMC) space for enabling a range of real-time analytics scenarios. It gave a first-time look at IMC-enabled analytics products from Bottlenose, Striim, and Zoomdata that target use cases including event stream […]

The Rise of the Digital Economy and, Necessarily, NoSQL

by Angela Guess Luke Whitehead recently wrote in ITProPortal, “Today’s web, mobile, and IoT applications share one or more (if not all) of the following characteristics. They need to: (1) Support large numbers of concurrent users (tens of thousands, perhaps millions); (2) Deliver highly responsive experiences to a globally distributed base of users, (3) Be […]

Oracle Launching Version 4.0 of Its NoSQL Database

by Angela Guess Joyce Wells reports in Database Trends and Applications, “Oracle is introducing a major new release of its NoSQL database – version of 4.0. First unveiled in 2011, the Oracle NoSQL Database is a key-value database that evolved from the company’s acquisition of BerkeleyDB Java Edition, a mature, high-performance embeddable database. While Oracle […]

3 Key Advantages of NoSQL Databases

by Angela Guess Christopher Tozzi recently wrote in The VAR Guy, “[R]elational databases are great if you know ahead of time what structure your data will take, and have a sense of how much data you need to store. But what if your storage needs are less predictable? What if they need to be highly […]

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