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.
Cloud Database Battleground brings together the top database minds from the vendor and analyst communities to debate the opportunities and challenges of data management in…
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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?
Snowflake processed one billion queries in a single day, CEO Frank Slootman revealed during the company’s Q1 FY2022 earnings call.
Sponsored by Oracle. A souped-up in-memory query accelerator called HeatWave gives MySQL huge advantages over Amazon’s Redshift & Aurora DBs.
Could storing databases in outer space make planet-side storage units less of an issue? Plus much more on this new podcast episode.
The complexities of database migration were highlighted unexpectedly on recent earnings calls for Snowflake and Google Cloud.
Amid unprecedented data volume growth, I talked with John Foley about how database vendors like Snowflake and AWS are driving innovation.
Sponsored by Oracle. As companies embrace in-house software dev, Oracle’s new low-code APEX Cloud Service delivers power, speed & security.
Snowflake continued on its high-growth trajectory in Q4, with cloud revenue jumping 116% to $178M and overall revenue soaring 117% to $190M.
Sponsored by Oracle. Moving to Oracle enabled LogFire to leverage full elasticity for cost optimization, enhanced security & lowered TCO.