Couchbase Server, the open source, distributed NoSQL document-oriented database has unveiled a new query tool compatible with SQL. The new offering, has already been at the disposal of developers as N1QL since over a year now. It will henceforth be shipped as part of Couchbase Server under the name SQL for
2015 is certainly an exciting time for NoSQL database vendors Aerospike. 2014 saw them open source their technology, post groundbreaking benchmarks and add a whole raft of updates to their platform. Today, they’ve announced that Silicon Valley veteran John Dillon will be stepping into the breach as their new CEO.
The distributed systems outfit Basho Technologies have secured a $25 million Series G funding that will see expansion in development and marketing activities. The company also charted record sales growth in 2014, it revealed earlier last week. Existing investor Georgetown Partners spearheaded the round. Basho’s open source distributed NoSQL database,
Graph database innovator Neo Technology has raised $20 million in Series C funding, it announced yesterday. The fresh funding will help the outfit to work on the further development of their graph database Neo4j, as well as fuel growth in the open source community all the while expand outreach globally
Next-gen database innovator MongoDB revealed earlier this week that it had secured $80 million in fresh Series G funding. The round was led by an undisclosed sovereign wealth fund, with participation from Goldman Sachs and existing investors Altimeter Capital, NEA, Sequoia and funds managed by T. Rowe Price Associates. The round
MongoDB, the cross-platform document-oriented database developer and HCL Infosystems, India’s Premier Distribution and IT Services and Solutions Company, have signed a global partnership in a bid to enable HCL Infosystems gain further grounding with its offerings in the emerging big data segment by developing services around MongoDB. “MongoDB provides immense
Back in August, Aerospike announced they were open-sourcing their signature platform. At the beginning of December, they were back again with news of a record-breaking Google Compute Engine Benchmark. Now, to round off what has been an exceptional year for the flash-optimised, in-memory NoSQL database, they’ve released a whole raft
In previous posts Distributed NoSQL: HBase and Accumulo and Distributed NoSQL: Riak, we explored two very different designs of key-value pair databases. In this post we will learn about Apache Cassandra, a hybrid of BigTable’s data model and Dynamo’s system design. With BigTable-like column/column family in mind, Cassandra provides a
In previous post Distributed NoSQL: HBase and Accumulo, we explored two BigTable-like open source solutions. In this post we will learn about Riak, a highly available key-value store modeled after Amazon.com’s Dynamo. As we know, HBase and Accumulo provide strong consistency as a region/tablet is served by only one RegionServer/TabletServer at a time. However, this
MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database, announced the availability of Production Support for MongoDB for the free-to-download Community Edition. This allows users to get expert guidance from the same team that builds MongoDB, citing strong demand from community edition users for greater support options, without investing in the whole enterprise package.