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Databases are the framework of many businesses nowadays. With many websites relying on fast and efficient access to their data, keeping track of updates and changes is more important than ever. Packt Hub is here to help you find the latest news on databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest developments in data storage and access.

FaunaDB brings its serverless database to Netlify to help developers create apps

Today, Fauna, announced the integration of its serverless cloud database FaunaDB with Netlify to help developers build and deploy modern stateful serverless apps. As...

Key skills every database programmer should have

According to Robert Half Technology’s 2019 IT salary report, ‘Database programmer’ is one of the 13 most in-demand tech jobs for 2019. For an...

MongoDB Atlas will be available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace and will be a part...

Yesterday, the team at MongoDB, the general-purpose data platform announced the availability of MongoDB Atlas on Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The team further announced that...
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LXD releases Dqlite 1.0, a C library to implement an embeddable, persistent SQL database...

Dqlite (distributed SQLite) is created by the LXD team at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu. It is a library written in C that implements...
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After Red Hat, Homebrew removes MongoDB from core formulas due to its Server Side...

In October, last year MongoDB announced that it’s switching to Server Side Public License (SSPL). Since then, Redhat dropped support for MongoDB in January...
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FaunaDB now offers a “Managed Serverless” service combining Fauna’s serverless database with a managed...

Today, FaunaDB, announced the general availability of FaunaDB managed serverless database service. The new service will provide Fauna’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and...

TimescaleDB goes distributed; implements ‘Chunking’ over ‘Sharding’ for scaling-out

TimeScaleDB announced yesterday that they are going distributed; this version is currently in private beta with the public version slated for later this year....
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After PostgreSQL, DigitalOcean now adds MySQL and Redis to its managed databases’ offering

Today, DigitalOcean, the cloud for developing modern apps, announced that it has introduced Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis, the popular open-source relational and...
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Amazon introduces PartiQL, a SQL-compatible unifying query language for multi-valued, nested, and schema-less data

Yesterday, Amazon introduced a new SQL-compatible query language named PartiQL, which is a “unifying query language” that allows you to query data regardless of...
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GraphQL API is now generally available

Last month, the team at Fauna, provider of FaunaDB, the cloud-first database announced the general availability of its GraphQL API, a query language for...

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Kubernetes 1.16 releases with Endpoint Slices, general availability of Custom Resources,...

Yesterday, the Kubernetes team announced the availability of Kubernetes 1.16, which consists of 31 enhancements: 8 moving to stable, 8 is beta, and 15...

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Bad Metadata can get you in legal hot water

Metadata isn't just something that concerns business intelligence and IT teams; but lawyers are extremely interested in it as well. Metadata, it turns out,...

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