Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new Oracle MySQL HeatWave on AWS solution provides the single database platform that fulfills topmost customer transaction processing, analytics, and machine learning demands and delivers definitive price performance advantages over rival solutions including Redshift, Snowflake, BigQuery, and Synapse.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the introduction of Oracle Database Services for Azure is empowering Azure customers and applications with full access and integration to OCI database services through unified portals as well as delivering a simpler, more flexible cloud architecture that fulfills customer multi-cloud demands and sharply differentiates the Oracle and Microsoft multi-cloud proposition.
Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcement of MongoDB 6.0. As customers look to innovate and garner better insights into vast quantities of data, they need simplified data platforms and an overall improved developer experience. MongoDB is laser focused on delivering the developer data platform and these announcements build on this holistic vision.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why the general availability of Apace Iceberg on Cloudera Data Platform advances the ecosystem-wide mission of expanding openness for data lakehouses while handling data anywhere across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, as well as addresses increasing enterprise demand for improving time to value for their data science teams while operating at the speed of innovation while avoiding vendor lock-in.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why Snowflake’s recent Unistore launch represents a notable divergence from the company’s portfolio development strategy of using a single, specialized platform to address the evolving data warehousing and analytics demands of customers, emulating the converged database portfolio development strategies of rivals such as Oracle who already offer market-proven transactional and analytical capabilities.
Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements coming out of the MongoDB World conference in New York this week. During the event MongoDB announced a raft of updates, including updates to Atlas, its core database offering, and launched a Developer Data Platform. It’s clear that MongoDB wants to compete in a crowded marketplace, but can it manage that?
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why Pure Storage’s new Portworx portfolio enhancements, including general availability of Portworx Data Services, meet growing developer demand for swift ease of use combined with elastic scaling and automated capabilities as well as strict organizational requirements for data protection and access control across fast-growing Kubernetes development environments.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the Oracle Exadata Cloud X9M debut can enable Oracle to defend and upgrade its vast X9M/X8M customer base through OLTP and Analytics performance and scale advances that maintain existing costs as well as create the differentiation needed to compel rivals such as AWS and Azure to take swift heed of Oracle’s latest cloud database portfolio development and marketing moves.
Futurum Research Senior Analyst, Steven Dickens provides in depth analysis of the news coming out of MongoDB’s live event of the updates to the core general purpose database platform.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his analysis of the recent announcement by HPE of SQL data management vendor Ampool. HPE is building out capabilities for mission critical data management as a service with this acquisition that will complement both the Ezermal and GreenLake platforms, doubling down on streamlining the data management stack.
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