Monthly Archives: September 2019

New Features in Navicat Data Modeler 3.0

Before implementing a database of any kind, a sound model of the data needs to be developed. This process, known as data modeling, requires an analysis of the things of interest to your organization and how those things are related … Continue reading

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Implementing a Database Infrastructure

I recently received a question about how to put together a database environment from scratch. This is a quick question that requires an in-depth answer — usually moreso than can adequately be explained over email or texting. Furthremore, to do … Continue reading

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Ancelus: an Intriguing New Type of Database

There are many different DBMS types and products on the market these days. We have relational, key/value, document, wide column stores, graph, in-memory, multi-model, and even pre-relational DBMS types. It is rare to see anything truly new and interesting in … Continue reading

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