Displaying items by tag: PostgreSQL

Kasten by Veeam's K10 V5.0 Kubernetes data management platform focuses on risk management strategy and streamlined CI/CD pipelines.

Published in Data
Wednesday, 09 February 2022 11:31

OVHcloud expands database-as-a-service offerings

Cloud computing company OVHcloud now offers six database-as-a-service solutions in collaboration with European software company Aiven.

Published in Business Software

Instaclustr unveils its OpenSearch and OpenSearch DashboardsOpen source as-a-service company Instaclustr’s OpenSearch and OpenSearch Dashboards on the Instaclustr Managed Platform are now available.

Published in Open Source
Friday, 29 October 2021 12:11

Babelfish for Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL goes GA

AWS's Babelfish for Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition – a service that allows applications written for Microsoft SQL Server to run directly on Amazon Aurora with little to no code changes – is now generally available.

Published in Cloud

A vulnerability in the Oracle WebLogic Server product of Oracle Fusion Middleware is one route through which Linux malware, observed by researchers at Trend Micro to be attacking Huawei Cloud, a relatively new cloud service provider, gain access to systems.

Published in Security

PostgreSQL joining Cassandra, Kafka, Redis, and other open source data technologies as a fully- and expertly-managed service part of Instaclustr’s growing platform

COMPANY NEWS by InstaclustrInstaclustr, delivering reliability at scale through its fully managed platform for open source data technologies, today announced the addition of PostgreSQL to its Managed Platform, now available in public preview for Instaclustr customers. Managed PostgreSQL offers complete database management and optimization, along with comprehensive support and monitoring backed by Instaclustr’s team of PostgreSQL experts.

Extending its "breadth of expertise and geographical footprint" is Instaclustr, whose acquisition of the German and US operations of "credativ" delivers "expertise supporting PostgreSQL and other open source data technologies."

Published in Deals

Amazon chief technology officer Werner Vogels has claimed an article by CNBC about problems faced by the company's website on Prime Day, its made-up holiday in July meant to boost sales, had nothing to do with Amazon Web Services and the new database that Amazon is using. He described it as "silly and misleading".

Global retail giant Amazon experienced problems with its retail website on its Prime Day, the company's made-up holiday in July meant to boost sales, because of problems in migrating from Oracle's database to its own technology.

FileMaker 15, a new release of the application development system for OS X, Windows, iOS and the web, delivers new or improved features in the areas of mobility, automation and integration, ease of use, security, and performance.

Published in Business Software
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 10:34

Microsoft to release SQL Server for Linux

Microsoft will make its SQL Server available for Linux by mid-2017, according to Scott Guthrie, the company's executive vice-president for its Cloud and Enterprise Group.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

A variety of developer tools, frameworks and libraries exist to simplify the goal of supporting multiple types of device from a single codebase. One of the latest is Embarcadero FireDAC which supports a wide variety of databases and platforms.

Thursday, 04 October 2012 10:36

OS X Server update includes security fixes

Apple released version 2.1.1 of OS X Server last week, but has only just revealed the security content it delivers.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012 14:29

Squiz Cloud spreading to Melbourne

Squiz has revealed plans to add a Melbourne data centre to its cloud hosting service.

Even the most Microsoft-ardent developer will know web hosts favour Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP over Windows, IIS, ASP.NET and SQL Server. Thanks to virtualisation the days of dual booting are over. Here is how to set up a streamlined LAMP development environment on any Windows PC.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Monday, 18 January 2010 07:57

LCA 2010: Wanna kill a FOSS community?

As free and open source software becomes more and more a part of mainstream computing, it is common to find large commercial organisations taking a big interest in FOSS projects, sometimes to the extent of taking over such projects.

Published in Open Sauce




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