Cloud, mobile, social media, big data, IoT and organisations operating in real-time on a global scale have driven sweeping changes to the database arena
Secret S1 filing comes after MongoDB hired underwriters Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley
Keeping up with changes in the travel industry means always staying ahead of the curve, says CTO Olaf Schnapauff
Couchbase increases change management processing efficiency by 80 per cent, says Nielsen's architect leader, Arvind Jade
CouchDB, Cassandra, Redis and Riak are equally impacted, says Shodan founder John Matherly
Long-time Postgres developer, EnterpriseDB's Dave Page, explains how open-source software development has changed and what's next for the venerable database
MongoDB has 'architectural' problems and has done nothing to improve scalability, claims Couchbase CEO
Bob Wiederhold claims acquisition of WiredTiger was only a 'small step forward' for MongoDB, and that it has merely covered up its scalability issues
Wiederhold says 2016 will be the year of 're-platforming' but are NoSQL vendors struggling to convince end users to take the plunge?
Cassandra's masterless architecture gives it a unique advantage in developing multi-data-centre hybrid apps, claims CEO Billy Bosworth
Washington Post builds a MEAN stack for web development
Scaling up at MongoDB: How CEO Dev Ittycheria wants to make a fifth of the NoSQL database's users paid-for
MongoDB CEO says the firm has to do better at monetising, as less than five per cent of its userbase are currently paying to use the database
Battle of the 'bases continues as Couchbase produces research refuting Mongo's claims
Tests using the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark find that MongoDB has taken on board users' feedback and improved scalability in its 3.0 release
Budget airline deploys Couchbase to help it become more responsive to passengers' 'sob stories'