VoltDB is at the forefront of in-memory database solutions that support 5G. Securing $10 million funding will ensure VoltDB stays at the leading edge in this tech space. VoltDB is an ACID compliant in-memory database with the ability to realize high throughput data from scalable sources such as Kafka, HDFS, and Elastic Search.
As microservices and real-time technology become the norm, in-memory databases such as VoltDB will be an integral component to the data architecture. As VoltDB is one of the first to fully support 5G and stream processing, it may grab a foothold in this niche market which will quickly expand to a business-as-usual architecture pattern.
VoltDB is another vendor to offer cloud native technology adding to the appeal of migrating real time architecture to the cloud.
IBM is changing the terms of its ubiquitous Passport Advantage agreement to remove entitled discounts on over 5,000 on-premises software products, resulting in an immediate price increase for IBM Software & Support (S&S) across its vast customer landscape.
Neo4j, a popular open source graph database, introduced a managed cloud service called Aura. Neo4j’s enterprise product is growing faster and allows it to support small and large customers without on-prem deployment and management of the graph database.
Oracle reported slightly better-than-expected Q2 FY20 results, but despite substantial revenue numbers and high growth areas such as Oracle Cloud, Fusion ERP, and Autonomous Database, it’s unclear when these market segments will accelerate revenue growth materially.
Quest Software’s latest updates to Toad for Oracle adds a new utPLSQL unit test creation module that simplifies database development unit testing, making it easier to incorporate database development in DevOps workflows and reducing the risks of database changes.
Non-profit health plan organization Medica announced that it has selected GuidingCare as its patient-centered care management platform to facilitate care management and capture patient information even when internet is unavailable.
Oracle is aiming to make it extremely easy to shift your VMware workloads to the Oracle Cloud. In addition, it will provide you the capability to choose where your data will reside. This is an important feature for organizations concerned about data sovereignty.
Oracle just reported slightly better than expected Q4 FY19 results with revenues of $11.1B for the quarter and $39.5B for the year, up 3% in constant currency. A closer look at Oracle's change in the reporting of cloud revenues offers some clues about its longer-term cloud transition strategy.