Category Archives: MySQL

How real-time data streaming and integration set the stage for AI-driven DataOps

The next BriefingsDirect business intelligence (BI) trends discussion explores the growing role of data integration in a multi-cloud world. Just as enterprises seek to gain more insights and value from their copious data, they’re also finding their applications, services, and raw data … Continue reading

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SAP and databases no longer an oxymoron

This guest post comes courtesy of Tony Baer’s OnStrategies blog. Tony is a senior analyst at Ovum. By Tony Baer In its rise to leadership of the ERP market, SAP shrewdly placed bounds around its strategy: it would stick to … Continue reading

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NewSQL pioneer Clustrix delivers free software-only kit to demo shard-less MySQL scaling, unveils a poster child use at Twoo

There’s a lot to like about MySQL databases if you’re a start-up, until success comes knocking a bit too fast. When big data demand soars then MySQL can sour on making the transactions needed on time. Sharding the application and … Continue reading

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