Posts Tagged DbaaS
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mongoDB has several cloud database as a service offerings available, and ties in nicely with the Heroku Ruby on Rails application platform.
I was just reading through Embarcadero Technologies’ Database Trends Survey Report for December 2010. One of the most interesting tidbits is on page 24. When asked which upcoming technology will have the greatest impact on the database industry, more than one-third of survey respondents (34%) selected databases in the cloud. Virtualization ranked second with 27%, then solid state […]
With the recent launch of Database.com, I thought it necessary to do a long-overdue revamp of the Database as a Service Product Directory. As always, if you have any comments, please send them to me for consideration. One of the key things I did in this version is remove Platform as a Service (PaaS) options […]
I just got back from CloudExpo East 2010. I had a wonderful time visiting NYC, meeting new people, and reconnecting with some old friends. Here’s my take on the state of cloud databases and Database as a Service (DbaaS) from the show.