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BI Categories, Data Mining

Evaluating databases for sensor data

March 18, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

The world has become “sensor-fied.” Sensors on everything, including cars, factory machinery, turbine engines, and spacecraft, continuously collect data that developers leverage to optimize efficiency and power AI systems. So, it’s no surprise that time series—the type of data these […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

How to choose the right NoSQL database

February 5, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

NoSQL databases arose in response to the limitations of using SQL (Structured Query Language) for database queries. NoSQL databases store and manage data in ways that enable high operational speed and a level of flexibility not found in traditional relational […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

The Evolution of AI Graph Databases: Building Strong Relations Between Data (Part One)

December 29, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

When it comes to cybersecurity, some enterprises still take it with a grain of salt. But make no mistake about it: No one is safe. Companies such as BBC made it into the list of victims of the most significant […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

How InfluxDB revved up for real-time analytics

April 13, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

Analyzing data in real time is an enormous challenge due to the sheer volume of data that today’s applications, systems, and devices create. A single device can emit data multiple times per second, up to every nanosecond, resulting in a […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Data in 2023: Efficiency, Scale, and the Road to Deep Learning

February 13, 2023

Via: Database Trends and Applications

In 2023, companies will live and die by their data strategies. Massive increases in information generation, the cloud, and innovative technologies will be top of mind for database managers, all while an uncertain economy continually threatens budgets. For companies to […]


Software & Systems

5 reasons developers love GraphQL, and 5 reasons they hate it

January 9, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

If your team is building an API, there’s a good chance you’re thinking about embracing GraphQL. If you’re a developer who wants to search for data, there’s a good chance the next generation of databases will want you to send […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

10 databases supporting in-database machine learning

December 19, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

Amazon Redshift Amazon Redshift is a managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service designed to make it simple and cost-effective to analyze all of your data using your existing business intelligence tools. It is optimized for data sets ranging from a few […]


Software & Systems

How to work with logging in EF Core 7

November 10, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

Entity Framework Core (EF Core) is a modern, open-source, object-database mapper that simplifies data access for .NET applications. EF Core enables you to work with data from a variety of sources including relational databases, non-relational databases, and even in-memory data. […]


Software & Systems

Aerospike Cloud Empowers Enterprise Teams to Adopt Aerospike 6

November 2, 2022

Via: Database Trends and Applications

Aerospike, Inc., the real-time data platform leader, is offering the early availability of Aerospike Cloud on AWS, providing developers and development teams the full power of the multi-model Aerospike Database 6 delivered as an on-demand, pay-as-you-go, fully elastic service. Aerospike […]


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Why database design choices matter to developers

July 26, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

Software developers today have more options open to them. They have tools and services that can help them build new applications quickly, then launch those services to customers globally, and then scale them up to meet growing demand. Microservices architectures […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

What is NoSQL? Databases for a cloud-scale future

June 24, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

One of the most fundamental choices to make when developing an application is whether to use a SQL or NoSQL database to store the data. Conventional databases, meaning relational databases that use SQL (Structured Query Language) for queries, are the […]


BI Users, Business Users

5 tips for choosing the right database

March 15, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

The database that you choose today will impact your application and development efforts far into the future. Yet a developer’s choice of a database tends to be an emotional decision, and developers often choose a database based solely on what […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Property Graphs vs. Knowledge Graphs

January 5, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

One of the greatest strengths of graph databases is their ability to treat “relationships” between the data as being as important as the data itself. They show a visual image of a graph in response to queries. Graph databases are […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

The future of the operational data warehouse

December 16, 2021

Via: InfoWorld

In the last five years, we’ve seen the cloud data warehouse, exemplified by Snowflake and BigQuery, become the dominant tool for large and small businesses that need to combine and analyze data. The initial use cases are usually classic decision […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

7 Essential Data Science Skills for Every Employee

June 3, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

First and foremost, what, exactly, is Data Science? Data Science is a multidisciplinary field that uses processes, algorithms, and systems to obtain various insights coming from both structured and unstructured data. It is related to data mining, machine learning, and […]


BI Users, Business Users, Software & Systems

This startup wants to help traditional businesses effectively adopt blockchain

May 18, 2018

Via: The Next Web

Blockchain’s moment in the sun is finally here. It’s remarkable. Databases are a fairly unsexy technology, but blockchain has made the distributed database idea both mainstream and cool. The rush on cryptocurrency, highlighted by Bitcoin topping out at $20,000, has […]