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DataStax and VoltDB launch their version 3.0s. And more
For 451 Research clients: DataStax adds security and manageability to distributed NoSQL database bit.ly/Vb1IiT
— Matt Aslett (@maslett) January 18, 2013
For 451 clients: LogiXML serves up fresh cut of BI stack with an eye to more embedded analytics deals bit.ly/SppzsH By Krishna Roy
— Matt Aslett (@maslett) January 21, 2013
451 Research’s 2013 Database survey is now live at http://bit.ly/451db13 investigating the current use of database technologies, including MySQL, NoSQL and NewSQL, as well as traditional relation and non-relational databases.
The aim of this survey is to identify trends in database usage, as well as changing attitudes to MySQL following its acquisition by Oracle, and the competitive dynamic between MySQL and other databases, including NoSQL and NewSQL technologies.
There are just 15 questions to answer, spread over five pages, and the entire survey should take less than ten minutes to complete.
All individual responses are of course[Read more...]
DOCOMO adopts, invests in Couchbase. Apache Cassandra reaches 1.0. And more.
# The Apache Software Foundation announced Apache Cassandra v1.0.
# Nuxeo announced the availability of Nuxeo Cloud.
# SGI formed a distribution relationship with Cloudera and[Read more...]
Red Hat revenue up 28% in Q2. Funding for NoSQL vendors. And more.
# Red Hat reported net income of $40m in the second quarter on revenue up 28% to $281.3m.[Read more...]
Groklaw declares victory. Cloudera updates Hadoop distro. And more.
# Groklaw claimed victory, will stop publishing new articles on May 16.
# Cloudera released version 3 of its Hadoop distribution.
# VoltDB released version 1.3 of its open source distributed in-memory database.
# Black Duck grew sales by 51% in Q1.
# eXo and Convertigo partnered to add[Read more...]
I’m not sure how many of this blog’s readers are likely to be aware of VoltDB. It is one of the systems that I think could be poised to dispel the notion that SQL (or the relational model) is somehow inherently unscalable. Here’s a blog post explaining how VoltDB does transaction ordering and replication.
Topics for this podcast:
*Oracle, Java, the Apache Software Foundation and open source
*An update on some open source database and data management players
*CorraTech grows with support for open source application alternatives
*Red Hat-Makara acquisition analysis and impact
*Linux kernel report shows strong support, but what now for Novell?
The future of the JCP. A new Mozilla CEO. And more.
# Stephen Colebourne outlined the choices facing Java Community Process executive committee voters: pragmatism or bust, before later proposing a third option: a split in the Java Community Process between core and[Read more...]
New projects. Old arguments. And more.
# Gemini Mobile Technologies released Hibari, a new open source non-relational database for big data.
# Lockheed Martin launched the Eureka Streams open source project for enterprise social networking.
# Sony Pictures Imageworks expanded its open source initiative with the release of OpenColorIO.
# Kirk Wylie discussed the importance of natural split in open core
What’s missing from WebM? VoltDB launches. The importance of profitability. And more.
# Simon Phipps examined what’s missing from WebM, from an open source perspective.
# Mike Stonebraker’s VoltDB officially launched its open source in-memory OLTP database.
# Jim Whitehurst argued that one of Red Hat’s most valuable contributions to open source is its profitability.
# Infobright appointed former Aleri CEO Don DeLoach as its new president and chief[Read more...]
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