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  • MongoDB 4.0 Released with Support for Multi-Document ACID Transactions

    MongoDB recently announced the latest version 4.0 of the popular NoSQL database. Undoubtedly, the major feature of this announcement is the support for multi-document ACID transactions. MongoDB Stitch, MongoDB Mobile and Mobile Sync, new type conversions in aggregation pipeline and Kubernetes integration are just some of the features of the new version.

  • Datical Adds Continuous Delivery Capabilities for the Database

    Database release automation provider, Datical, has announced a new version, Datical 5, which provides a central command centre with enhanced database release visibility that allows developers to manage and rework database code changes as they would application code changes without having to go through a manual process. Security for database credentials and auditability has also been enhanced.

  • Q&A with James Munnelly and Matt Bates on Kubernetes Stateful Services and Navigator at QCon London

    InfoQ asked James Munnelly and Matt Bates from Jetstack about their view and ongoing work to be able to configure, deploy, monitor, scale, and auto-heal stateful services in Kubernetes in the same way as stateless services. In particular, we've asked them about the approach and implementation of Navigator, an open source Kubernetes extension Munnelly and Bates have been developing.

  • Uber Engineering Moving from Postgres to MySQL

    In a recent blog post, Uber detailed why they have chosen to replace PostgreSQL with MySQL. In this article we present a high level overview of the problems they faced, how MySQL fares against them and some of the best rebuttals against the case presented by Uber.

  • How Database Administration Fits into DevOps

    InfoQ interviewed Dan North about the activities that are performed by database administrators and how they are related to those done by developers and by operations, how database administration is usually organized, how the database fits into DevOps or Continuous Delivery, and what he expects that the future will bring for database administration when organizations adopt DevOps.

  • JetBrains Releases DataGrip 1.0 for SQL DBAs and Developers

    A year behind the schedule, JetBrains has made generally available the DBA tool DataGrip 1.0. Formerly known as 0xDBE, DataGrip is a tool for SQL database administrators and developers.

  • MongoDB Hits 3.2 and Becomes Enterprise Ready

    MongoDB recently announced the newest version of its NoSQL database synonymous product. Building upon the new features introduced in 3.0 release, 3.2 is expanding and solidifying MongoDB’s interest towards the corporate world.

  • Splunk for DBAs

    The DBA’s primary job is to ensure that the business’s information is always available, with performance coming in at close second. We’ve already talked about optimizing distributed queries in Splunk and map-reduce queries in Hunk. In this report we expand upon that with more information that a DBA needs to know about Splunk databases.

  • Agile View of Big Data

    An agile view of Big Data, wherein data is viewed as a real time stream, offers a new look at how data is managed. Using an agile data infrastructure, organizations can conquer Big Data challenges with a level of ease, flexibility and performance. White paper by codeFutures describes the Agile view of Big Data.

  • Flyway 3.1 Extends Schema Evolution to DB2 z/OS, Redshift and Vertica

    Last week Boxfuse announced the availability of a new release of Flyway, its open source database migration tool. Highlight is the addition of IBM DB2 z/OS, Amazon Redshift and HP Vertica to Flyway's list of supported databases, a move that expands the coverage of the "big data and big iron space." The new release also features SQL callbacks and packaged DB drivers for ease of use.

  • Espresso Logic releases 'Live Browser', providing an instant HTML5 user interface

    The Espresso Logic team has released a new product “Live Browser”, providing an instant HTML5 user interface for navigating databases in a master/detail format. Live Browser promises users the ability to explore, interact with and modify data from any enterprise databases, without any programming.

  • AnyPresence Soups up Enterprise MBaaS Platform- Part 1 of 2

    Mobile Backend as a Service provider AnyPresence continues to hone their chops. Launching the fifth update to their self-titled platform geared for the enterprise. Co-founder Rich Mendis provides some insights for InfoQ readers…

  • Closing the Gap: Latest Windows Azure Release Beefs Up Database, Load Balancing

    Microsoft VP Scott Guthrie announced a range of updates to Windows Azure that fill in platform gaps while leapfrogging market leader AWS in one particular area. The new database export service provides a much-needed backup capability – albeit with controversial pricing – and the updated Traffic Manager delivers a cross-region load balancing experience that appears superior to what AWS offers.

  • Riak NoSQL Database: Use Cases and Best Practices

    Riak is a key-value based NoSQL database that can be used to store user session related data. Andy Gross from Basho Technologies recently spoke at QCon SF 2011 Conference about Riak use cases. InfoQ spoke with Andy and Mark Phillips from Basho team about Riak database features and best practices when using Riak.

  • James Phillips on Moving from Relational to NoSQL Databases

    James Phillips, co-founder of Couchbase, recently gave a presentation on the differences between a distributed document-oriented and relational data models and what the database developers need know to move from a relational to a NoSQL database. InfoQ caught up with James to talk about the advantages and limitations of document-oriented NoSQL databases.

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