Leveraging the Power of Managed Databases

posted on September 12, 2021


In this video, Sangram Rath (Cloud Architect & Author) walks through the advantages of using a Managed Database, including a demo of the Managed Database service offered by DigitalOcean. To learn more about DigitalOcean: https://www.digitalocean.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/digitalocean Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DigitalOcean Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedigitalocean We’re hiring: http://grnh.se/aicoph1 Duration: 00:31:50 […]

MongoDB’s Latest Database Release Includes Native Time Series Support and More

posted on July 13, 2021


The latest database release of MongoDB, MongoDB 5.0, comes with native time series support and a preview of serverless databases in MongoDB Atlas. It also shows the continued evolution of the company’s application data platform with enhancements to Atlas Search, Atlas Data Lake, and MongoDB’s end-to-end mobile data solution, Realm.

Nutanix and HPE Unveil Database-as-a-Service Delivered through HPE GreenLake

posted on June 11, 2021


Nutanix and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have expanded their partnership to offer Nutanix Era, a multi-database operations and management solution bundled with HPE ProLiant servers, as-a-service through HPE GreenLake, to help accelerate hybrid cloud and multicloud adoption.

Timescale Raises $40M in Funding as Cloud Adoption of Its Database Accelerates

posted on May 10, 2021


Timescale has raised a $40 million Series B investment, led by Redpoint Ventures with participation from all existing investors including Benchmark, New Enterprise Associates, Icon Ventures, and Two Sigma Ventures. Combined with earlier rounds in 2018 and 2019, Timescale has now raised over $70 million.

IBM Acquires Turbonomic, Strengthens AIOps Capabilities for Hybrid Cloud

posted on April 29, 2021


IBM has acquired Turbonomic, an Application Resource Management (ARM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) software provider based in Boston, MA. The acquisition will provide IBM’s clients with full stack application observability and management capabilities. It will help assure performance and minimize costs using AI to optimize resources – such as containers, VMs, servers, storage, networks, and databases.