NoSQL player DataStax has announced the availability of a managed cloud service, which is now available on AWS, but will expand to Azure and Google soon.
The 'Little Database That Thinks It Can' is still talking big, looking at a world where developer love and business interest in data apps can give it a long-term future. One grizzled and scarred survivor of the 'Database War-To-End-All-Wars' contemplates a fresh outbreak of conflict.
NoSQL vendor DataStax has unveiled a new CX strategy that signals a move away from tech-heavy discussions, towards understanding business problems.
Getting new Doddle stores up and running now takes 14 days or less, down from six weeks, thanks to the development for in-store staff of a new Android app running on Couchbase.
CIO Bill Wilkins explains how the company’s approach has changed over the years to provide customers with more advanced analytics.
NoSQL continues to grow in relevance amongst enterprise buyers and Basho wants to target those making IoT investments.
Dev Ittycheria explains how he is now seeing companies migrate their existing workloads away from existing databases to MongoDB.
Barclays, one of the world’s largest banks, explains how it is modernising its IT in order to cope with new digital banking models.
At MongoDB World, we got an update from David Strickland of MyDealerLot, who moved his entire platform off of SQL Server into the cloud, and can now speak to some real results. The ties between cloud, analytics and customer experience are a highlight of his story.
Each year, MongoDB has some cool surprises in store with their Girls Who Code partnership. At MongoDB World, I sat down with MongoDB's Meagan Eisenberg and Francesca Krihely for an update. They also shared stories of their own career obstacles, and the prospects for change.
When UPS acquired i-parcel, it wasn't a typical talent and code extraction. At MongoDB World 2016, UPS i-store's Yursil Kidwai told me how they moved from acquisition to innovation driver inside UPS. That journey also involves a move to MongoDB, and what Kidwai and his team call operations 2.0.
The utility company is hoping that by having full access to its data within one MongoDB platform that it will be able to better predict when things go wrong.
Market research specialist YouGov is going all in with MongoDB and has seen great performance improvements as a result. It is now also considering AWS.