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It's all about automation: Autonomous Operator enables organizations to run and manage Couchbase database autonomously on Kubernetes for lower operational costs, easier usage and lots of time saved.
Amazon RDS on VMware automates set up, operation and scaling of databases on-premises and in hybrid environments as it does in AWS.
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.
Google’s new Cloud Firestore NoSQL database technology now supports two modes, a native mode and a Datastore mode, the company says.
Claiming a number of exclusive capabilities, and slamming competitor Amazon as more expensive, Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison announced that new transaction processing features are now available for the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud.
Borrowing from SQL Server Management Studio, the free database management tool now offers more job tracking and management options.
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.