SLIDESHOW: Gartner’s 19 In-Memory Databases for Big Data Analytics. Amid the big data boom, the in-memory database market will enjoy a 43 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) – leaping from $2.21 billion in 2013 to $13.23 billion in 2018, predicts Markets and Markets, a global research firm. What’s driving that demand? Simply put, in-memory databases allow real-time analytics and situation awareness on “live” transaction data – rather than after-the-fact analysis on “stale data,” notes a recent Gartner market guide. Here are 19 in-memory database options mentioned in that Gartner market guide. Find out more
CrateDB: Tackles Machine Analytics with Scale-Out SQL Database. Developers who want to analyze big, fast-moving machine data without the complexity of a NoSQL database have another option in CrateDB, an open source, scale-out SQL database that just became generally available today. The CrateDB project began two years ago when a group of German programmers felt dissatisfied with the database options available to them for storing and analyzing fast-moving machine data, including security log files and sensor data from the Internet of Things. Find out more
VIDEO: But I Need a Database that _Scales_. Aaron Spiegel reviews common scaling techniques for both relational and NoSQL databases, discussing trade-offs of these techniques and their effect on query flexibility, transactions and consistency. Find out more
GRAPH DATABASES: How Neo4j is Taking Graph Databases into the Mainstream. Q&A with Neo4j CEO Emil Eifrem on the development of the graph database, his biggest competition, and taking on the enterprise. Read the rest
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