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Memcached is the unsung hero of the cloud. A new offering lets users deploy directly to Amazon Web Services.
Websites that don't scale are so 1999. It's time to get into the Cloud.
It seems Apple's criticisms inspired Andy Rubin, Google's Android chief, to tweet a response. But preaching the open-source gospel isn't the right answer.
A whole realm of new vendors aim to make it easier to process vast amounts of information. It's a field that's as interesting as it is complicated.
NoSQL is getting another big push with Membase, a database that looks and acts like the popular Memcached caching server.
There's much hype around NoSQL databases, but are developers using them in the real world? One development shop tells me yes.
Facebook becomes a "gold" sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation, noting that Apache provides the optimal development environment for the social-networking giant.
New tools dubbed NoSQL may help developers achieve Internet-scale for their database driven applications.
Carnegie Mellon researchers believe flash memory and feeble processors can do what conventional servers can't: power Internet sites at low power and low cost.
New techniques and technologies are increasingly augmenting the relational database in large-scale distributed computing.