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Magazine articles on database administration and programming.
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July 22, 2010
Ubuntu Powers IBM DB2 Cloud 'Appliance' Enterprises can tap DB2 thanks to a Ubuntu virtual appliance instance in the cloud. mark for My Articles 723 similar articles
July 14, 2010
CouchDB NoSQL 1.0 Adds Windows Support The open source NoSQL database Apache CouchDB reaches its first stable release version while moving beyond Linux. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
June 24, 2010
New NoSQL Membase Synchs With Memcached Popular memcached application is integrating with open source Membase NoSQL server thanks to development efforts of commercial sponsor NorthScale and app developer Zynga. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
April 26, 2010
Apache NoSQL Project Gets Commercial Support The Apache Cassandra NoSQL open source database is used by Twitter, Digg, Facebook and other big online properties, but now a new startup is aiming for broader acceptance. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
April 2, 2010
Apache CouchDB Refreshes in NoSQL Push In the latest push back against MySQL databases, CouchDB updates its NoSQL offering, pitching version 0.11, offering performance and feature improvements as it looks ahead to the 1.0 release. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
March 29, 2010
MongoDB Scores Commercial Support From 10gen As the NoSQL database movement builds momentum, MongoDB has snagged commercial support from 10gen, which is looking to expand the community as it takes on the likes of MySQL and Oracle. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
March 10, 2010
NoSQL Supporters Challenge Relational Databases Multiple open source projects based on a new approach to databases were discussed at this week's NoSQL Live conference. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
January 27, 2010
Developer Worries About MySQL's Future Oracle said it will continue developing MySQL as free software for the next five years, but the application's lead developer isn't convinced his open source baby will survive much longer. mark for My Articles 294 similar articles
December 22, 2009
Sean Michael Kerner
MySQL 5.5 Speeds Release of New Features Don't worry about waiting around for MySQL 6, you don't have to anymore. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
November 3, 2009
Microsoft Readies 'Premium' Database Packages Microsoft trots out its newest database arrivals at SQL Server show. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
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