The 4.1 release of the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database is now generally available. The project’s major release for 2022 comes with lots of new features and "paves the way," the community said in a blog post, for "a more cloud-native future" for the project. It also marks the community's commitment to annual releases, announced last year.
In-memory database solutions provider ScaleOut Software introduces a new Java client API for its ScaleOut StateServer distributed caching platform.
Graph database pioneer Neo4j announces the general availability of the latest update of its namesake offering this week: Neo4j 5.
Veeam Software kicks off its annual user conference with a product roadmap that showcases features planned for the release of Veeam Backup & Replication v12, as well as key solution innovations for cloud-native solutions, SaaS offerings, and some deeper integrations of Kasten by Veeam K10 for Kubernetes.
Big Data analysis is being used to solve problems never before attempted. Our Agile Architect reports on a new technique that is groundbreaking in the breadth of its application.
IT execs responding to two recent surveys cite "strong security" as one reason they're adopting open-source cloud databases.
The maintainers of Apache Tika, the open-source, Java-based content detection and analysis framework, announce the release of Tika 2.3.0.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5, a year in the making, provides a unified management center for organizations that need a single set of tools for running IT operations on-premises or in the cloud.
InfluxData's new "Notebooks" allows developers to discuss time series data analyses and trends inside its cloud platform.
Oracle announced enhancements to its Autonomous Data Warehouse this week aimed at data analysts, data scientists, and line-of-business users.
Software security solutions provider Checkmarx today launched a new open-source static analysis tool designed to allow developers to write more secure infrastructure-as-code.
Databricks is partnering with Google Cloud to enable the deployment of its namesake data engineering solution with yet another leading cloud provider.
In-memory computing platform maker has Hazelcast is adding new features and enhancements to its namesake Java-based in-memory data grid, including new support for SQL and Kerberos.
Oracle recently announced the availability of a new JSON-only document database service for its self-driving Autonomous Database platform. The aptly named Autonomous JSON Database was designed to make it easy and cost-effective to build JSON-centric applications.
Google Cloud's Confidential Virtual Machines enable users to encrypt their data for the first time in-use--in other words, while it's being processed, in-memory, not just when it's at rest in storage or in-transit.
Calling it "the most stable Apache Cassandra in history," the community behind the popular open-source distributed database announced the 4.0 beta release this week.
Software development toolmaker JetBrains, creator of the Java dev fav IntelliJ IDEA, today unveiled the full public access preview of Big Data Tools, a new plugin designed to allow developers to work with Zeppelin notebooks, Spark applications, and S3 files from within that popular IDE.
Microsoft has open sourced the Java language extension it added to SQL Server 2019 last year.
Neo4j just released a new product the graph database provider is billing as the first data science environment "built to harness the predictive power of relationships for enterprise deployments."
MariaDB has launched a new database-as-a-service (DBaaS) this week called SkySQL, which it's billing as the first to provide a "MariaDB in the cloud" experience.
Conduent, a New Jersey-based business process services and solutions provider, today announced that its Maven disease surveillance and outbreak management tracking software platform will now be available on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Quantum Computing, Inc. (QCI) is partnering with data search and analytics solution provider Splunk to pursue "fundamental and applied research" and develop advanced analytics capabilities that will exploit the strengths of both companies.
Version 3.0 is all about addressing shortcomings reported by the community since its predecessor was released in 2016.
The Oracle Cloud Data Science Platform was created specifically to improve the effectiveness of data science teams, the company said, with such capabilities as shared projects, model catalogs and auditability.
Graph database pioneer Neo4j announced the latest update of its namesake product this week, and the company isn't holding back on the superlatives.
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