For all of those participating in the Oracle NoSQL Database community and following the product evolution, there have been a number of changes emerging on Oracle OTN for the NoSQL Database.
At the recent NoSQL Now! conference in San Jose, Andy Mendelsohn, SVP Database Server Technology at Oracle delivered a double punch announcement of both the world’s first Engineered System for NoSQL and a move to the open source business model of per server annual support subscription.
These two options highlight (more...)
Often, when people talk about NoSQL technologies, there is an attempt to categorize the solutions. In a new Adoption Trends breakdown by InfoQ they also take this tact, providing the following categorizations: Columnar, Document, Graph, In-Memory Grid, Key-Value. I think this definitely has some utility, yet in another respect, misses the (more...)
Back in 2005, I was the Project Lead for JSR220-ORM tooling in Eclipse. Sun’s JSR220 project was the early POJO persistence standard for Java that became the EBJ 3.0 spec, the predecessor of the JPA Interface found today in every Java download.
In the same timeframe, Oracle announced it (more...)
I was pinged by one of my favorite database technology sites today, ODBMS.ORG - informing that Dave Segleau, the Director of Oracle NoSQL Database product management spent some time talking with their editor Roberto Zicari about the product. Its a great interview and I highly recommend the read. (more...)
Since joining Oracle a few months back, I have had the fortune of being able to interact with a number of large enterprise organizations and discuss their current state of adoption for NoSQL database technology. It is worth noting that a large percentage of these organizations do have some (more...)