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Microsoft is getting ready to slash prices by up to 50 percent after Azure SQL's new service tiers are made generally available next month.
The company focuses on SQL Server 2014's in-memory capabilities in its bid to siphon enterprise database workloads from rival Oracle.
This can run a single SQL query on Oracle's own 12C database at the same time as in Hadoop and NoSQL data stores.
Investors continue to be confident in the prospects of NoSQL database technology.
Cayley will be used to help Google continue to refine the idea of linking data together in graph databases, including Google's Knowledge Graph.
Only 48 percent of respondents to a recent survey indicated that they test or validate third-party software to ensure it's not vulnerable to SQL injection.
The 12C In-Memory Option is aimed at enabling ISV applications to accelerate performance by orders of magnitude for several use cases.
Integration with Microsoft's Azure and new business intelligence and Big Data tools are among the most striking features of SQL Server 2014, finds reviewer Paul Ferrill.
MySQL Fabric is a new open-source tool included in MySQL Utilities 1.4
A survey of Big Data professionals indicates that, while confusion remains, the market sector is growing quickly.
With a database in the cloud, the challenges of remotely hosted storage must be addressed.
Early bird special? Microsoft's newest database delivers some massive performance and efficiency gains for early customers.
Microsoft releases more details on its upgraded cloud-based database offering as it gears up for an official launch.
Microsoft continues to make the case for the cloudification of business databases with new service tiers, improved service-level agreements and enhanced business continuity options.
Amichai Shulman, CTO of Imperva, explains why SQL injection is not a database threat and discusses the current state of Oracle database patching.
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