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Planetscale Introduces Serverless Driver For Javascript
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PlanetScale just released serverless driver for JavaScript to enhance database accessibility from serverless edge deployments. It was created with the intention of creating a universally functional, simple-to-configure mechanism for edge services. The actual driver for the new PlanetScale service makes advantage of the JavaScript Fetch API standard to support HTTP connections.

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Database Paradigm Shift
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The amount of data we create is increasing by the hour, which has resulted in organizations struggling to deal with data accumulation and analysis. Things can get chaotic pretty quickly with IoT devices, applications, manual entry, and many other sources constantly generating data with different or no structures. Anyone who

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Ensuring Data Security In A Cloud Based Knowledge Base
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Cloud computing is quickly becoming popular and the number of cloud based applications is increasing with the passage of each day. One of these is the cloud based knowledge base. A knowledge base is a digital resource that contains data as well as the rules for sharing and updating information

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3 Key Factors To Migrate Your Database To The Cloud
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At a blistering pace and for a variety of reasons, companies are migrating their on-premise database infrastructures to cloud-based solutions—to save costs on hardware, tame the impact of disaster recovery or even to improve security. As the missing pieces of the Cloud continue to be identified and put into place,

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10 Essential Database Ingredients
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Whenever you ask a successful company why they wrote their own large distributed system, or put a lot of work into gluing multiple systems together, the reason almost always boils down to something like, “Well, XYZ did nearly everything we needed, except…”. There are a couple of stellar write-ups from

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Sql Vs. Nosql Vs. Newsql: Finding The Right Solution
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With SQL now invading the NoSQL camp, (see here), how should an organization choose between a traditional SQL database, a NoSQL data store, or NewSQL database? 2015 Turing Award winner Mike Stonebraker said it best: “one size does not fit all”. The idea that a single database product can satisfy

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Coming Full Circle: Why Sql Now Powers The Nosql Craze
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Data that can’t be easily queried or read is like a book with the pages glued together: not very useful. For decades, SQL was the established language used to interact with databases. Then data management requirements necessitated by cloud environments and big data use cases led to new systems. These

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The Battle Between Oracle And Sap Continues
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Oracle announced yesterday that it has launched its in-memory option for its Database 12c, which will be available within 30 days. Although the pricing has not been disclosed, the company said that it would release the official details once the Oracle Database In-Memory is generally available. “We’re constantly evolving,” said

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Cloudera And Mongodb Announce Product Partnership
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Hadoop store software company Cloudera and leading NoSQL database MongoDB have announced a strategic all-round product partnership to better serve their converging clienteles. MongoDB’s Product Marketing Director Kelly Stirman said in a statement: “We have an enormous overlap in our customer bases”. The first fruit of the partnership is the

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Sqrrl Collaborates With Macmillan Education
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Sqrrl, the company that develops secure NoSQL database software for Big Data applications, announced that it would be collaborating with Macmillan Education Australia to help them power a next generation education portal. Sqrrl Enterprise, the company’s NoSQL database, will allow Macmillan to secure and protect huge amounts of data that

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