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NEWS ANALYSIS: As AWS has scaled out, it now perceives a need for new-gen functionality inside DBs that are easier to manage, not as expensive to maintain, and more flexible in integrating and moving workloads.
Compared to where IT was a few years ago, effective and easy-to-navigate self-service analytics has become much more difficult to achieve. Kelly Stirman explains why and what enterprises can do about it.
Overall, worldwide server vendor revenues increased 43.7 percent year over year to $22.5 billion during the quarter. In other words, a lot of servers are still being sold and deployed.
The company describes Jira Ops as a hub for modern incident management, because many response teams need a central control to find the right tools and practices to solve new-gen issues.
Google says its Store Sales Measurement program allows advertisers to see how well their online ads are performing using aggregated and highly-anonymized data.
As part of an initiative to improve customer e-commerce experiences and developer productivity, the Walmart team adopted continuous testing best practices using Selenium and Test Armada.
Australian Gas Light needed to manage its assets portfolio and cost structure much more effectively. Its data collection and reporting system was slow and paper-driven, and as the company grew, the process became harder to manage.
This eWEEK Data Point article puts forth some highly qualified market research from an expert, eMarketer, in a collection it calls “Six Trends You Need to Understand Now (Q3 2018).”
Equinix Inc. is a builder and maintainer of new-generation data and interconnect centers. The company connects more than 9,800 companies directly to their customers and partners across what it claims to be the “world’s most interconnected” data center and interconnection platform.
A multi-sided platform grows in value to the extent that it attracts more users, a phenomenon known as the “network effect.”
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.
With siloed systems creating counterproductive bottlenecks, IT and business leaders are seeking more centralized approaches in collecting, accessing and analyzing data.