Topic: database

Teleport 10 released with Passwordless Access

The identity-based infrastructure access management provider Teleport announced Teleport 10 which features Passwordless Access, a single sign-on infrastructure access solution that completely eliminates the need for usernames, passwords, private keys, and other secrets.  Teleport 10 offers scalable identity-based access while greatly reducing the probability of lost, shared or stolen credentials. Teleport Passwordless Access is based … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Shotover

Shotover Proxy is an open source, high performance L7 data-layer proxy for controlling, managing and modifying the flow of database requests in transit.  It can be used to solve many different operational and interoperability challenges for teams where polyglot persistence (many different databases) is common. Shotover can be deployed in many different ways including as … continue reading

Oracle Enterprise Manager improves automation in latest update

Oracle announced its Enterprise Manager 13c release 5 which includes big improvements in monitoring and managing automation for Oracle environments, according to the company.  The new release adds fleet monitoring, management and data movement across the entire IT estate, whether that’s on premise or in the cloud. EM Hybrid Database as a Service now supports … continue reading

Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes and OpenShift enters general availability

Open-source NoSQL database software company Couchbase has made version 1.0 of its Couchbase Autonomous Operator automated migration and deployment utility generally available today. According to the company this is “the first NoSQL database to launch a production-ready Kubernetes operator for open source Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift (coming soon),” Anil Kumar, director of project management … continue reading

Amazon Aurora gets new backtrack feature

Amazon has announced an “undo option” for its MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible relational database. Amazon Aurora Backtrack enables users to go back in time without having to restore data from a backup. “We’ve all been there! You need to make a quick, seemingly simple fix to an important production database. You compose the query, give … continue reading

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