There were 3 blog postings during January (2014):
In case you don’t know it, there is a website at www.db-engines.com that purports to monitor database popularity both across different types of database (relational, key-value, graph and so on) and between individual databases within each...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 24th January '14
I have written several times in the past about Grid-Tools and its test data management (TDM) solution. And I have extolled the product not least because it was the only product on the market that supported synthetic test data generation. This has...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 23rd January '14
Aerospike is a NoSQL database. However, unlike Hadoop, it is focused not on storing petabytes of data for data scientists to explore but on extreme performance in transaction-oriented environments. I’ll explore that, and the potential uses...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 28th January '14
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