There were 4 blog postings during September (2013):
Oracle ups the storage ante
I don't normally write about storage. In fact, I never write about storage, at least in hardware terms. Indeed, about the only time I have ever written about hardware - of any sort - has been with respect to the FPGAs in Netezza (IBM). However,...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 27th September '13
Kognitio: clarifying misunderstandings
Kognitio is often misunderstood. The company is not entirely blameless in this regard but it is also the fault of analysts and the market more generally, which likes to pigeonhole vendors and their products. The first misunderstanding is general....
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 20th September '13
An unequivocal acquisition
It is not often that an acquisition makes obvious sense even before you read the press release. More often they are land grabs, or the removal of competition, or fill in a small hole in an existing product set, or make up for failures in existing...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th September '13
Tokutek and MongoDB
I have written about Tokutek before and its TokuDB product. To save you having to look up previous articles (Is YourSQL running too slowly?) the following is an abstract from an earlier piece: The big difference between TokuDB and the standard...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 30th September '13
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