There were 4 blog postings during June (2010):
I wrote about RainStor back in December, just after they changed their name from Clearpace Software and moved their headquarters to the United States (though development continues primarily in the UK). As a reminder, RainStor provides a highly...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 17th June '10
There are scads of NoSQL databases such as MongoDB and Apache Cassandra. According to Wikipedia there are 44 of them—though that isn’t a very accurate listing because InterSystems Cach
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 1st June '10
What Kapow is and does
It is easy to say what Kapow (the product) is: it's a web data server that is available either as a product or via software as a service (SaaS). However, that doesn't tell you what it does or, more especially, what it can be used for. This is...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th June '10
DataRush extends its boundaries
Pervasive has just released version 4.4 of its DataRush platform. Which you might think, being a point release, is just more of the same (whatever that same is—I’ll come to that in a moment). However, that would be an incorrect assumption:...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 16th June '10
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