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Compuware reveals a product acquisition, several enhancements to its Topaz for Total Test platform and a partnership that it believes will improve the ability of large enterprises to embrace agile development and DevOps on their mainframes.
New software-as-a-service application automatically adds and removes query processing capacity to a database cluster as workload demand rises and falls, resulting in agility and responsiveness for end users.
Oracle claims its blockchain cloud service is the only one on the market that provides users with a development platform to build their own networks.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse customers can expect twice the query performance and fewer problems accommodating multiple users.
Microsoft is adding an addition three years of support for SQL Server 2008 customers that migrate to the Azure Cloud.
A data warehouse built specifically for the cloud is now available on Microsoft’s cloud computing platform—even though Microsoft already has a data warehouse of its own.
SOLUTION ANALYSIS: How does a high-visibility international apparel maker/retailer create a digital showroom available anywhere in the world and easily replicable to match company growth? Couchbase provides the answer in this use case.
Designed to thwart cyber-security breaches in large enterprise data centers, Hopzero provides a new layer of security protection to complement access-based security solutions.
Graph databases are on an upswing in enterprise IT right now. What are the prerequisites for selection a graph query language in the first place?
DevOps, DataOps and Data Pods are all contained in Delphix’s Dynamic Data Platform, the data management package it launched a year ago that offers users the ability to virtualize, manage and secure data with a centralized controller.
Release of MongoDB 4.0, database as a service, Atlas serverless platform, MongoDB Stitch, MongoDB Mobile, Kubernetes support and a number of other new capabilities headline conference news.
Among the concerns is the increased risk and complexity associated with running SQL Server in any public cloud, where high-availability (HA) clustering configurations can be challenging to implement—and can increase the overall cost of the solution.