Tag: apis vs sql



  • CData Couchbase Driver Update

    by Jerod Johnson | October 14, 2020

    Couchbase Server is an open-source, distributed, NoSQL document-oriented engagement database. CData Software's Couchbase connectivity solutions offer unparalleled performance and functionality for integrating with live Couchbase data in all of the popular BI, reporting, and ETL tools you ... [read more]


  • High Performance Drivers for Relational Databases

    by Jerod Johnson | June 16, 2020

    At CData, we are most commonly known for technologies that enable SQL access to SaaS, cloud, and other non-relational data sources. With application and data storage becoming increasingly distributed, solving the diverse connectivity needs of modern BI, ETL, and data integration has been ... [read more]


  • API Driver Simplifies Long Tail Data Connectivity

    by Eric Madariaga | January 07, 2020

    Connect Any Application to Any API API integration has become a critical factor in driving overall business strategy as more and more data now lives outside of the firewall, stuck behind an explosion of APIs and web services. With the growth of SaaS cloud computing and the widespread adop... [read more]


  • High Performance Drivers for Amazon DynamoDB

    by Jerod Johnson | October 18, 2019

    Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. DynamoDB enables you to have a dynamic, scalable database without worrying about hardware provisioning, setup and configuration, replication, software patchi... [read more]


  • Signed, Sealed, Defended: The Case for Secure Services

    by Gabriel Torok (PreEmptive Solutions) - Guest Post | October 16, 2019

    Cloud-based APIs and services are super-charging apps and revolutionizing software architecture and development practices. One of the most significant shifts has been the migration of critical application logic away from the application itself and into remotely-hosted services. Given the ... [read more]