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MongoDB has announced a new certification program for developers and database analysts that work with the MongoDB NoSQL database.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Open-source database features the most far-reaching search IT since Google started ranking Websites more than a decade ago.
MongoDB lands $150 million in venture funding in a move that indicates the NoSQL database is taking a toll on the big data world.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Subscribing to an Oracle database in the cloud isn't as easy as swiping a credit card and paying by the drink.
A new development milestone release for open source MySQL 5.7 database offers improved performance and manageability.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison kicks off OpenWorld with new hardware and software releases.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Enterprise data architects are turning their attention to developing hybrid databases that can process structured and unstructured inputs for big data analytics.
NoSQL isn't just for big servers anymore, as Couchbase Lite brings open-source database technology to the mobile form factor.
New developer features and enhanced stability take root in the latest PostgreSQL database release.
Couchbase raises new funds, but loses a key technical contributor as it moves forward toward a new database release.
Starcounter 2.0's biggest value-add for developers is that it reduces the lines of code needed to enable faster development and implementation of new applications.
Management for both open source MySQL databases set to get a little easier with new release.
GenieDB announced the launch of its GenieDB Globally Distributed MySQL-as-a-Service offering.
EnterpriseDB announced that U.S. government agencies are moving to Postgres to cut costs as federal budgets tighten.
The 'c' may stand for cloud, but DBAs will find plenty of improvements for down-to-earth enterprise workloads.
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