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ComputerWeekly

By Jim Mortleman May 09, 2016

Graph databases: Joining the dots

We explore why the growth of graph databases could be pointing the database market in a new direction Continue Reading

SearchCIO

By Jason Sparapani News Apr 14, 2016

A blockchain database takes a village

Banks and other businesses are coming together to test blockchain database technology. New uses -- and standards for the industry -- could result. Continue Reading

SearchAWS

By Kurt Marko Evaluate May 24, 2016

Where to look when AWS database services aren't enough

Even though AWS has a rich portfolio of database services, it's not perfect for every enterprise. Know where to look for alternative managed database services. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Clive Longbottom May 23, 2016

Graph databases: What are the benefits for CIOs?

With enterprise interest in graph databases on the rise, Clive Longbottom explains why some businesses are favouring them over relational setups Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

May 10, 2016

Graph databases are making connections

In this week’s Computer Weekly, the recent global scandal revealed by the Panama Papers relied on graph databases to uncover secrets from huge volumes of data – we look at the business benefits of the technology. ... Continue Reading

SearchExchange

By Paul Cunningham Manage Mar 29, 2016

Don't forget Exchange 2010 database maintenance

Exchange Server 2010 automatically performs background maintenance on your mailbox databases, but Exchange administrators can't shirk these important database maintenance and monitoring tasks. Continue Reading

SearchITOperations

By Beth Pariseau News Mar 18, 2016

SQL innovator journeys into the database future

Jim Starkey, who developed some of the earliest incarnations of the relational database, reveals a vision of the database future that's cooking in his home lab. Continue Reading

SearchDataManagement

By Craig S. Mullins Evaluate May 12, 2016

What you need to know about database performance software

Database performance software identifies bottlenecks and points of contention, monitors workload and throughput, and manages system and DBMS resource usage. Continue Reading

SearchSecurity

By Michael Cobb Evaluate May 11, 2016

How did MongoDB database misconfiguration lead to exposure?

Open source NoSQL MongoDB database faced 30,000 insecure instances. Expert Michael Cobb explains the misconfiguration that led to this, and how to prevent it with other programs. Continue Reading

SearchDataManagement

By Jack Vaughan Manage May 10, 2016

GPU database serves up analysis of tweets, other data feeds

As a student, Todd Mostak took on large-scale tweet analysis of historic events in the Middle East. Today, he leads startup MapD, which offers a database built on graphics processing units. Continue Reading