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Bloor IM Blog - Blog Archive for October (2013)

There were 5 blog postings during October (2013):

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Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 1st October '13
Oracle has announced an in-memory option for the 12c version of the Oracle Database. It's expected to be available sometime in the early part of next year but no official release data has been announced. Basically, the idea is that data will be...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 7th October '13
The big vendors will tell you that big data is all about the three Vs: volume, velocity and variety not to mention other sorts of V like value and veracity. They are so keen on Vs I'm surprised they don't use posters of a Guy Fawkes mask. To be...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 19th October '13
NuoDB has just released the second version of its eponymous NewSQL database with extended geographical support and the introduction of a server-side programming model. NewSQL databases fall into two categories. What they all have in common is that...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 30th October '13
Calpont, one of the last of the data warehousing vendors to have started up this century to remain independent, has just released version 4.0 of its InfiniDB product. From a general point-of-view the interesting thing that is different about...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 30th October '13
Exterro and Informatica have announced a partnership. While the latter will be very familiar to readers of my various articles and blogs the former may well not be. Indeed, until just recently, it wasn't familiar to me either. This is because...


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