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Zoomdata is an open-standards platform that provides visual analytics solutions for big data workloads in a matter of seconds.
The company introduces a new Azure SQL database service tier for customers seeking high performance but have lenient availability requirements.
Microsoft Access gains "BigInt" support, which means users can create database applications with fields that support larger numbers and allow them import data from more diverse sources.
Database giant is calling its user-facing cloud the Oracle Cloud at Customer, a rather unusual name for a cloud service.
A new database modeling tool helps customers quickly visualize their database setups and explore the relationships between their various elements.
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In the event of mishaps, the high availability and disaster recovery feature in SQL Server vNext helps keep mission critical apps up and running.
Google has announced beta availability of pre-configured images of Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise and Windows Server Core on the Google Compute Engine infrastructure as a service.
VoltDB powers business apps that manage vast amounts of data generated from industrial sensors, global credit card terminals, cell phones or even slot machines.
The U.S. Department of Labor warns that the lawsuit could cost Oracle multiple millions of dollars in federal IT contracts if it is found in litigation to be non-compliant to federal rules.
The latest version of Microsoft's SQL Server takes home Solid IT's database management system of the year award. Oracle maintained its overall lead in the rankings.