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A Trustwave security researcher details database security issues and defensive techniques.
NuoDB is a single, logical database that can be deployed via the cloud in multiple locations simultaneously.
The name change from ParElastic to Tesora signifies the company's commitment to the OpenStack Trove database-as-a-service (DBaaS) project.
VoltDB adds enhanced analytics, expanded integrations, MySQL migration and more to VoltDB 4.0, the latest version of its in-memory database.
MariaDB gets an enterprise edition.
The new SGI appliance will run high-volume databases in DRAM and provide up to 200 times the performance of flash memory.
Neo Technology launches the Neo4j 2.0 graph database with an eye on the broader market.
Cloud-service customers can bring their Oracle licenses to Verizon or purchase Verizon cloud services, which already include Oracle licenses.
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.
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