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A new version of the Riak Enterprise NoSQL distributed database is now available, with better search and more data types designed to broaden its appeal.
Today's quarterly update affects over 100 versions of 44 products including the Oracle database, Java and PeopleSoft Enterprise.
Red Hat has released its latest collection of up-to-date programming languages and database management systems for Red Hat Enterprise Linux developers.
A graphical user interface and API are part of the MariaDB Enterprise package aimed at making high-availability Galera database clusters easier to run.
Red Hat's newest enterprise Linux takes one giant step forward to its release and shifts from MySQL to MariaDB for its database management system needs.
STARS Discovery provides auditing and assessment functionality for iPad users.STARS Discovery cuts the tether keeping inspectors and...
Officially, Red Hat still isn't saying that MariaDB, instead of Oracle's MySQL, will be its default database management system in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. But off-the-record people close to Red Hat tell a different story.
Hadoop-compatible database using advanced compression adds enterprise security and search-based query functionality.
PaperPath variable data printing and publishing software includes all template-design and data-processing features needed by designers....
EnterpriseDB's Tom Kincaid discusses why Salesforce.com hired Tom Lane, well-known contributor in the PostgreSQL community. It could mean many things. What's clear is that Salesforce.com is embracing the open source database for a very large, enterprise-class workload.
Postgres Plus is able to handle enterprise workloads according to EnterpriseDB's CEO. He asks why do enterprises continue to pay more for Oracle's database even though there is an alternative?
The German Enterprise software behemoth brings its core applications to its HANA in-memory database.
HP's move is likely to become a trend among enterprise giants. IT workers know that big data is a hotspot and every database admin will want to be a data scientist.
Jeff White, vice president, technology, strategic database services at Epsilon discusses Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Database turning cloud giant Oracle is snapping up yet another cloud company, spending billions of dollars so far this year as it continues to binge out on smaller niche enterprise firms.
With its plans for a proprietary cloud along with its encouragement of customers to use its software on its engineered systems, the database giant is looking more and more like it wants to become the Apple of the enterprise.
McAfee is re-spinning NitroView into its new Enterprise Security Manager, touted to be the "first" Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform that is both risk-aware and situational.This SIEM, in particular, is really trying to tackle big data about security using a scalable database, collecting and processing billions of relational data points both in real-time and historically each day.
SAP plans to move its applications to its own Sybase-powered database platform, and mix in a heavy dose of HANA in-memory technology. The game plan: push long-time database partner Oracle out of the way, and take a bigger chunk of the enterprise IT-spending pie.
SAP game plan: Push long-time database partner Oracle out of the way and take a bigger chunk of the enterprise IT spending pie.
There has been a small wave of panic lately to the end that cloud computing signals the death knell for traditional IT workers. The perception is that enterprise job openings such as server administrators, database administrators and infrastructure and network people are likely to become far fewer given that the cloud provides these services in cost-effective and flexible ways.
Database server giant Oracle has hit the security patch treadmill again with a massive critical patch update to fix flaws in its enterprise product portfolio.
McAfee said today that it would acquire Sentrigo, which builds database access and monitoring software, a move that allows McAfee to extend its branded security veil to the enterprise database.The companies already offer database products together, under an OEM agreement that allows Sentrigo to offer McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases, McAfee Database Activity Monitoring and McAfee Integrity Monitoring for Databases.
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