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Today's developers have a vast array of databases and APIs upon which to build their products. Developing a data extraction framework for integrating the various data sources that can survive changes over time is a challenge however. This article looks at best practices for such integrations.
Pivotal has announced the contribution of the HAWQ analytics engine and MADlib parallel machine learning library to the Apache Software Foundation.
Smoke Reports released an API for access to the cannabis industry's largest product database. Data includes seed company, strain, producer, product and batch.
Amazon has announced the availability of Amazon Aurora, a MySQL-compatible, relational database engine designed to be highly scalable and extremely fast.
Six APIs have been added to the directory including one for Mozilla's virtual reality project. Also added are many client libraries provided by Diffbot for use with Diffbot APIs.
The new Google Cloud Bigtable gives developers access to the same database technology behind Google Search, Gmail, YouTube and Analytics.
Orchestrate has announced that the Orchestrate Events API now features the ability to search, filter and aggregate time series data.
After seeking out people in the developer community who shared their data interoperability issue, Yet Analytics received surprising help from the US Department of Defence.
MarkLogic 8 focuses on developer experience, semantics, and bitemporal data management in latest upgrade.
DBaaS startup Appbase has announced the public launch of the Appbase platform and real-time, events-based database API. The company is aiming to become a "Twilio for databases."
DreamFactory Software's new support for IBM DB2 databases enables developers to invoke legacy data by using REST APIs.
Software providers can now utilize the DBMaestro Open API Platform for product development and database release automation services.
Enterprise mobile app developers can now use DreamFactory to REST-enable Oracle databases allowing companies to quickly mobilize Oracle data, using standards-based technology.
The Orchestrate enterprise service and the Orchestrate.io API can be used to rapidly build highly scalable enterprise applications.
Orchestrate has announced the addition of geospatial search to its all-in-one database service, allowing developers to build complete database-driven apps.