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Build it and they will come: JetBrains gets grip on MongoDB with v2020.3 of database IDE

While an IDE for database or SQL programmers might sound weird at first, it actually can be pretty […]

MCubed Online: Join us for one day of practical tips for real-world machine learning

There’s one thing that hasn’t been disrupted over recent months. Machine learning and AI continue to push their […]

For data scoffers: Elastic slings workplace search into free tier, trials query language, flexible ingestion

Elastic has updated its portfolio to version 7.9, which comes with an overhauled Kibana, data ingestion help, additional […]

JupyterLab extension Elyra toasts first major release with code snippet helper

Elyra, a set of extensions for JupyterLab Notebooks, has reached its first major release – just three months […]

Apache Kafka 2.6 eases rebalancing pain, improves insight

Users waiting for the June-scheduled release of distributed event streaming platform Apache Kafka 2.6 finally have the means […]

Round-up: BigQuery Omni, Fluent Bit, Swift, Wicket, and more

BigQuery starts wandering off to other clouds Google Cloud’s data analysis product BigQuery might become a little more […]

CUDA, woulda … did: Nvidia makes CUDA 11 generally available, mostly pushing its next-gen architecture

Developers who were excited by Nvidia’s May announcement of an upcoming CUDA release can finally hop over to […]

Apache Samza 1.5 wakes up to new job runner and container placement options

Distributed stream processing framework Apache Samza has hit version 1.5 with a simplified job submission workflow to cover […]

Databricks hands MLflow to Linux Foundation, speeds up Delta Lake, and pushes pandas on Spark forward

Data science conference Spark+AI Summit is still in full swing. Organised by Spark experts Databricks, it naturally lent […]

What’s the point: Google AI, JetBrains’ big data tools, Subversion, Docker <3 Azure

Google’s AI teams used the last days of May to share their advances in natural language generation evaluation […]