COMPANY NEWS: Hazelcast, the real-time intelligent applications platform, announces the new Hazelcast Platform, enterprise software capable of serving as a single platform for transactional, operational and analytical workloads. The Hazelcast Platform combines the capabilities of a real-time stream processing engine with in-memory computing to deliver a simplified architecture that is highly performant, scalable and reliable.
Database vendor MongoDB has announced MongoDB 5.0 with native time series support, along with improvements to MongoDB Atlas, Atlas Search, Atlas Data Lake, and Realm.
Identity provider Okta has announced Okta Starter Developer Edition, which will provide developers with the tools needed to embed Okta authentication, authorisation and user management into applications at scale.
Google Cloud and Databricks are working together to make the Databricks data platform available in containers on Google Cloud.
Global enterprise database and application vendor, Oracle, announced its new cloud Autonomous JSON Database, bringing NoSQL APIs and SQL functionality, high performance, ACID support and all the core capabilities of MongoDB but at less cost.
A strategic partnership between Intel and Google Cloud is intended to assist the adoption of hybrid cloud by enterprises.
Database maker MongoDB has become the second company to switch licences in a bid to make money, changing its licence from the AGPL version 3 to something called the Server Side Public Licence, in order to prevent companies that use it as a service from not paying, either in code or cash.
Back-up and disaster recovery company Veeam has left a database of its own customers' data, amounting to more than 200GB and including details of more than 445 million customers, exposed on an Amazon-hosted IP, a security researcher says.
The company that produces the open source cross-platform document-oriented database MongoDB has denied that it has any direct ties to the CIA, despite the fact that the spy agency's venture capital arm is listed as one of its investors.
Unified identity management provider Centrify had expanded its big data security solution with support for NoSQL as part of the establishment of strategic partnerships with leading NoSQL vendors Couchbase, DataStax and MongoDB.
Node.js and MongoDB hosting provider Modulus has released a free iOS app to simplify the mobile monitoring of applications running on its platform.
Rackspace's ObjectRocket - MongoDB as a service - is now available to the company's Australian customers.
Application Performance Management provider Compuware claims its newly released APM for Big Data now gives organisations deeper insight into big data workloads and transactions to quickly find the root cause of “slow jobs and failures in minutes, instead of hours or days.”
Progress Software's DataDirect Cloud service simplifies the integration of cloud-based and other systems with applications running on the Progress Pacific application platform as a service.
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