How “Database-as-a-Service” can ease the heavy back-end load.
Securing your data used to be hard; Duo wants to make it easy.
By installing more tollbooths, mostly.
As demonstrated by Amazon and Microsoft.
Its missteps over CoreOS are instructive for us all.
Key contributors vs. the project’s corporate overseer.
Mainly, it just works.
Guess what? They’re stuck in the 1990s.
Oracle hasn’t been the best steward of the MySQL community. WebScaleSQL gives it a chance to repent.
The open source community vilified Oracle for its alleged mismanagement of MySQL, but the facts suggest that might be a bum rap.
Revenge or no, this mass migration will definitely have a negative impact on Oracle’s open source relational database.
PostgreSQL has long been a great database, yet strangely ignored. Now it’s rising in popularity. Why?
Google wades into MariaDB, making it latest pawn in chess game against Oracle.
When a noted open-source luminary starts blaming open source for financial woes, it’s important to assign blame correctly. In the case of Monty Widenius and his proposed “Business Source” license scheme, he may be missing the point.