When choosing a cloud platform, newcomers may only look at the cost, but many different business needs should be taken care of before making the final call. We hope to help you get a clear perspective on three major cloud platforms. Right now, there are three main players in the market: Google Cloud Platform (GCP), […]
In fact, it may be the future of big data.
Your life on the Internet has contributed to a global explosion of data and information that’s getting out of control. Here’s how to master it. (Sponsored by Couchbase)
Oracle name drops to distract from poor quarter. Stocks reel, have investors had enough of all talk and little do?
Financial firms have been crunching Big Data for years – with the help of cloud computing, now it’s everyone else’s turn.
Stodgy relational databases need to connect with cool new NoSQL systems to help mobile apps to work within big companies.
Why has Hadoop been such a major force in the Big Data scene? What makes this software so damn special?
The future for relational databases has really never been better – though it’s a future that’s changing rapidly, altered by the ascendency of big data and non-relational databases.
In this two-part series, I’ll examine the capabilities of both NoSQL and relational databases to help you decide which is best for the needs of your group or organization.
According to the conventional wisdom, if you have NoSQL, you can’t have strong consistency in your data. But a new start-up is threatening to shatter that notion and bring consistent transactions to the NoSQL world.