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Scylla is an open-source drop-in replacement for Apache Cassandra. While preserving the best traits of Cassandra in high availability, fault tolerance and its rich ecosystem, Scylla offers developers a higher-performing and resource-effective NoSQL database.
Enterprises are finding that that mission-critical business apps—such as sales transaction processing application—are breaking down in the cloud, requiring lengthy repairs that impair availability.
The new data privacy law is the state’s attempt to rectify the excesses revealed by Cambridge Analytica and other organizations in which consumer information was used, sold and frequently ravaged without consent.
The new Dell EMC 2U platform offers 64 100GbE ports and adds to the vendor’s growing lineup of Open Networking products that can run third-party software.
G2 Crowd’s first quarterly Momentum Grid Report, launched Aug. 15, is aimed to assist line-of-business buyers in selecting software packages that will meet their needs now and in the future.
DAILY VIDEO: Probe finds Google tracks your location even when you tell it to stop, and DHS is using its Red Team approach to improve national cyber-security.
SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Isolated storage silos caused data redundancy, so Brown Bag Films decided to come up with a better strategy against data loss: a shared-storage solution.
Microsoft is continuing to add features to Windows Admin Center, including a new Azure cloud tools and features for remote component management.
The company's software is designed to automate any process end-to-end and run independently with minimal human intervention.
Machine-learning systems need to be shown video information over and over, so they can remember it all. This new platform creates training data up to 100 times faster than human-only solutions.
Parlevel Systems discovered Slack, where it could create shared channels, hold private conversations if needed, field questions from multiple customers simultaneously, and meet internal target response times.
NEWS ANALYSIS: An investigation by the Associated Press and Princeton University reveals that Google location tracking continues even when you turn it off and stopping it is difficult.