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The NoSQL term is losing its luster already as databases in the cloud increase in complexity and functionality.
Even with all the hype around NoSQL, traditional relational databases still make sense for enterprise applications. Here are four reasons why.
Ready to join GE on the big data bus? Come to this year's Hadoop World and hear about how companies large and small have embraced Hadoop.
Cloudera and Quest software are partnering to provide connectivity between Oracle and Hadoop.
Public cloud computing vendors are offloading "commodity" IT functionality to large multi-tenant data centers. How can these vendors differentiate themselves, and what should you look for in a cloud service.
New techniques and technologies are increasingly augmenting the relational database in large-scale distributed computing.
IT departments struggling to keep legacy data alive should consider a new cloud-based storage offering from RainStor.
Two seemingly unconnected pieces of news signal an interesting market test: can standard relational-database software be effectively delivered from the cloud?
A basic database service, though in beta testing, joins Amazon's Elastic Cloud Computing and Simple Storage Service.
Oracle just signed up Symantec as a certified Unbreakable Linux partner, but that's not the real story. The real story is why Oracle cares about Linux at all.