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Organizations are moving on-prem databases to the cloud and deploying new ones, causing the cloud database market growth. Check out 10 major trends that are driving this growth.
As a new generation of databases emerge, cloud-native technology is what sets these modern databases apart from those of the past.
25 years ago, a terabyte was a lot of data. Today, we’re talking exabytes—a million times larger. Watch Cloud Wars Minute for more.
It’s no secret that customers are placing high demands on their data. To that end, Cockroach Labs has seen massive growth by focusing on customer expectations & delivering scalable serverless solutions in multiple industries
Three groups of providers are pushing innovation across the cloud database competitive landscape; one has unique advantages going into 2022.
The database market has become a battleground, as industry incumbents, cloud-native startups, and the Big 3 public cloud providers compete.
As cloud databases reach over $2.9 billion in funding, these 10 database startups are making major contributions to this market.
Four predictions for 2022! I’m betting on a BOOM, a POOF, a BANG & that one #cloud leader will hit $100 billion in cloud revenue next year.
The cloud database market is accelerating faster than ever. This infographic showcases the market’s vibrancy of 2021 with startups like…
Oracle moving into the financial-services business underscores a larger and quite extraordinary trend among the Cloud Wars Top 10
On the company’s Q1 earnings call, Larry Ellison said the new Oracle MySQL cloud database is 100X faster than Amazon Aurora and 10X RedShift.
New cloud-native features are transforming the popular DataStax database into more than an on-premises enterprise heavyweight.
Chief Product Officer Ed Anuff describes how the DataStax scale-out database helps companies win in today’s data-driven economy. [Sponsored]
Its databases and analytics technologies are helping to drive breakneck recent growth for Google Cloud under CEO Thomas Kurian.
Investors are betting that database vendors Neo4j and Firebolt could be the next big thing in the red-hot, $50 billion database market.
Pinecone Systems is demonstrating the performance advantages of a vector database, powered by machine learning, such as IT threat detection.
Snowflake popularized the concept of “data cloud,” now other vendors are latching onto it. Hear more from John Foley on a new podcast ep.
In a market already crowded with database DB, data warehouses, data lakes, and other technologies, how new and different are data clouds?