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Among the concerns is the increased risk and complexity associated with running SQL Server in any public cloud, where high-availability (HA) clustering configurations can be challenging to implement—and can increase the overall cost of the solution.
The Teradata lawsuit claims there has been decade-long campaign of trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations by SAP over development of its highly successful HANA in-memory database.
Oracle continues to build out its autonomous enterprise concept with new cloud services that use artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate tasks and offer predictive insights.
SAP's new C/4HANA solutions suite helps businesses cater to their customers without resorting to "creepy" user data collection and management practices.
Microsoft announces SAP HANA-certified Azure instances that pack up to 4TB of memory.
Harmon.ie’s flagship solution is one of the first enterprise applications to use the Microsoft Graph to identify topics from Office 365 apps, thereby creating natural workflows that increase productivity.
Storing clean data is a critical ingredient for businesses to do accurate analyses, yet many enterprises are still relying on manual and inefficient processes to clean and prepare it.
NoSQL database adds a smart data hub framework, support for Docker containers and improved data integration in 9.0-5 version.
Redgate's time-saving extension comes to Microsoft's cross-platform database management tool SQL Operations Studio.
New features within the company’s cloud, relationship management, and relationship intelligence offerings aimed to help companies implement best practices for GDPR.
Oracle is extending the capabilities of its enterprise Autonomous Database in the cloud with the addition of autonomous analytics, application integration and developer services.
Among the Neo4j 3.4 database enhancements are horizontal scaling, 3D geospatial search, performance improvements of more than 50 percent and numerous operational improvements.