Database news stories - Page 2
10 billion records sit in unsecured databases - China leads the pack
A white hat hacker hacker uncovered a total of 9517 unsecured databases worldwide, collectively containing more than 10 billion entries.
One Identity boosts database security with Microsoft SQL Server support
One Identity has announced its One Identity Safeguard solution now supports Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and SQL Server 2019 database environments.
Time series database vendor expands into APAC
InfluxData’s new strategic partnerships include Australian reseller Intellify and will support increased demand for InfluxDB across the region.
TablePlus prepares to launch database management app for Linux
TablePlus, a creator of GUI tools for relational databases, has provided a sneak peek of its new Linux app, due for release at the end of November.
The rise of document databases - MongoDB
one of the most popular and flexible ways of storing data is via a document data model, where each record and its associated data is thought of as a “document”
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Gartner: Cloud set to take over the database market
On-premises database management system revenue continues to decrease as the market shifts to the cloud.
Microsoft: The sky's the limit for your data with Cosmos DB
A modern Internet age with globally-distributed applications that must be fault-tolerant and scalable demands a high-concurrency, low-latency database model.
Unencrypted Gearbest database leaves over 1.5mil shoppers’ records exposed
Depending on the countries and information requirements, the data could give hackers access to online government portals, banking apps, and health insurance records.
Oracle makes massive investment in autonomous cloud platform services
The company is introducing an enhanced suite of autonomous services across its entire cloud platform.
The seven critical skills all IT teams should possess
Skillsoft's EMEA MD explains how embedding key skills within in-house IT teams can help keep an organisation’s data safe and its employees productive.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Oracle's Larry Ellison calls out AWS as slow and expensive
The Oracle founder demonstrated how their solution is much cheaper and faster than their key competitor.
New Oracle database embraces a people-less future
Oracle, Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison yesterday introduced the latest version of their database technologies.
Micro Focus expands on machine learning with Vertica 9
Some of the new features include new algorithms, model replication, data preparation functions, and continuous end-to-end workflow.
Flexera makes power play with BDNA acquisition
The company says the acquisition will make it the world's largest technology asset data platform.
Ticketek migrates to MongoDB Atlas
Ticketek says they have partnered with MongoDB to take advantage of the flexibility and elastic scalability of MongoDB Atlas.
Kinetica ups investment in APAC market including new executive appointment
Kinetica sees APAC as a lucrative opportunity given the region is expected to experience the fastest growth for big data and analytics solutions.
Rimini Street scores major service contract with ANZ retail giant
Rimini Street will implement its solutions across eight brands, accounting for more than 730 retail stores.
Introducing Google’s latest addition to the toolbox – Cloud Spanner
“Cloud Spanner presents tremendous value for our customers who are retailers, manufacturers and wholesale distributors around the world.”
Cloudera, Hadoop and the changing role of data in business
We look at the big data trend, it's impact and one of the key players.
Don't become Ashley Madison, secure your data
Every organisation that holds data (otherwise known as every company on the planet) should look very seriously at their data holdings.
Dedupe your data for drastically less
Software development service produces DataMatch 2012 to improve data integrity across the industry
Trade Me database guru to head Wellington SQL Server group
‘Database Dave’ volunteers to lead forum for developers and IT professionals.