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Unlocking Big Value from Time Series Data with Dynamic Schema

It’s common today for IT professionals to confront two competing priorities – the need to embrace distributed systems while providing real-time analytics about the business and its systems.  InfluxData’s Russ Savage explains how time series data with dynamic schema can fill this gap.

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Kinetica Vectorized Database Available on Microsoft Azure as a Cloud Service

Kinetica is bringing its fully-vectorized database to public clouds as a cloud service.  The offering is available now on Microsoft Azure, with an AWS option in the pipeline.

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Actian Launches Ingres as a Fully-Managed Cloud Service

Actian has released its Ingres transactional database as a fully-managed cloud service.  IDN speaks with Actian SVP Emma McGrattan about how the offerings will help long-time Ingres users modernize their technology stack for the cloud era.

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InfluxData Time Series Update Ready To Change the Game for IoT, Analytics Apps

InfluxData is shipping a major update to its open source time series data offering. IDN talks with vice president Tim Hall about InfluxDB 2.0, and how it makes it fast and easy to build and launch modern time-based apps.

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MemSQL Expands Collaboration with AWS, Red Hat To Support Cloud-Based Operational Analytics

MemSQL is available on Marketplaces at AWS and Red Hat to spur adoption.  MemSQL, 7.1 leverages Amazon EC2 and S3 for real-time operational analytics. MemSQL from the Red Hat Marketplace is optimized for Kubernetes.

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DataStax Releases Open Source Kubernetes Operator for Apache Cassandra

DataStax has released a new open source Kubernetes Operator optimized for Apache Cassandra. IDN looks at how the new operator aims to make Cassandra the "ideal database" for Kubernetes and help scale-out cloud-native data.

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Oracle Autonomous Database Adds ‘Self-Driving’ Features; Lets Non-Experts Use ML

This fall, Oracle continues to roll out features and preview updates for its ‘self-driving’ Oracle Autonomous Database. IDN reviews some notable ones with Oracle vice president Jenny Tsai-Smith.

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Quest Updates Toad for Oracle To Promote Unit Testing, DevOps

Quest Software’s latest update to its Toad for Oracle database management tools will make it easier for database developers to incorporate unit testing into a database development processes and better support DevOps workflows.

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Datical Adds Support for AWS, Postgres Database Families; Awarded Patent for Change Management Simulator

Datical’s database release automation is adding support for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Postgres databases. Datical also sports a change simulator so users can preview database changes before deployment.  IDN talks to CTO Robert Reeves.

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Datical Revs its Database Release Automation To Further Help Accelerate DevOps Results

Many diligent DevOps adopters still openly wonder why they aren’t yet seeing the lightening-fast results they expected. One answer may rest in the fact that their app code pipeline is just way faster than their database code pipeline. IDN looks at Datical’s updated database release automation software with company execs.

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1010data Updates Its Cloud-Based Insights Platform To Power Faster, Deeper Analytics

1010data has updated its integrated cloud-based insights platform. Many new UI and data manipulation features aim to make it easier for more users to capture ‘ah-ha’ insights from raw data, spanning millions – even billions of rows. IDN speaks with 1010data’s Jon Katzur. 

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Actian Zen Embedded Database Looks To Cover IoT Apps With Zero Management and Nano-Size Footprint

Today’s trends for Internet of Things apps are putting a range of new requirements on a database, beyond those of the typical enterprise-class datacenter. Actian is responding with Actian Zen, a modular, small-footprint embedded database.

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3 Reasons Why Your Cloud Architecture Should Include a Time Series Platform



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