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Tag: Data education


Performance, security, and availability

McObject’s New eXtremeDB Running on E8 Storage Sets Records in STAC Benchmark Tests

May 25, 2018

Via: Dataversity

A recent press release reports, “McObject®, developer of eXtremeDB®, the ultra-efficient database system for real-time and historical data analysis, announced today it has set multiple STAC-M3™ benchmark records, running on E8 Storage, a pioneer in shared accelerated storage for data-intensive, […]


Online Tools, Performance, security, and availability

Artificial Intelligence Takes on Large-Scale Database Management

May 23, 2018

Via: Dataversity

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having a clear impact on databases. Among the major players, Microsoft is applying AI to continuously monitor Azure SQL database workload patterns and apply automatic tuning when it recognizes opportunities to improve the database performance, for […]


Online Tools

The Love/Hate Relationship between IT and Data Quality Tools

May 21, 2018

Via: Dataversity

Anyone who has worked in Data Management knows the struggles that IT endures. They typically have limited resources around people and infrastructure. They have protocols and regulations that they must adhere to when handling data that is constantly changing and […]


Application areas, Education

Graphic Art Recordings and Data Management Education at Enterprise Data World 2018

May 15, 2018

Via: Dataversity

We invited Hannah Stanford back for her third year of Graphic Recording (also called Graphic Facilitation) at the DATAVERSITY® Enterprise Data World 2018 Conference from April 22-27 in San Diego, CA. Her ability to skillfully illustrate the essence of many […]


Online Tools

Neo4j Democratizes Connected Data for Businesses and Users with 3.4 Release

May 3, 2018

Via: Dataversity

A recent press release reports, “Neo4j, the leading platform for connected data, today announced Neo4j 3.4, which includes horizontal scaling, performance improvements of more than 50 percent, 3D geospatial search, and numerous operational improvements. Delivering on the company’s vision to […]


Performance, security, and availability

Data Surveillance, Monitoring, and Spying: Personal Privacy in a Data-Gathering World

May 2, 2018

Via: Dataversity

Americans have long been divided in their views about the trade-off between security needs and personal privacy including data privacy. Much of the attention has been on how government collects data or uses surveillance, though there are also significant concerns […]


Application areas, Other

How to Choose the Right NoSQL Database for Your Application?

April 13, 2018

Via: Dataversity

This is the second part of an on-going series on NoSQL Databases, the first part was NoSQL Data Architecture & Data Governance: Everything You Need to Know. In that first part, I explained different NoSQL Database types and provided a […]


Performance, security, and availability

Teradata Analytics Platform Makes IoT Edge Computing Smarter with Industry’s First ‘4D Analytics’

April 12, 2018

Via: Dataversity

According to a recent press release, “Teradata, the leading cloud-based data and analytics company, today announced the availability of ‘4D Analytics,’ a new capability in advanced analytics that combines 3-dimensional geospatial location data with the 4th dimension of time. This […]


Application areas, Education

DataStax Enables Enterprises to Deliver Real-Time Applications Faster, More Easily at Cloud Scale

April 4, 2018

Via: Dataversity

DataStax, a leading provider of the always-on data layer for the Right-Now Enterprise, today announced the immediate availability of DataStax Managed Cloud on Microsoft Azure. DataStax Managed Cloud, a fully managed, white-glove service, on Azure eliminates the operational data management […]


Performance, security, and availability

The Evolution of Smart Availability

April 3, 2018

Via: Dataversity

Regardless of computing environment, workload, or OS, availability is an essential part of operational success. Outages, system or application failures, and unplanned downtime are simply not acceptable for today’s pace of business in which even 10 minutes of inoperability translates […]